Sasquatch Tracker Associate Relocates…

Patch for webHello Sasquatch Fans of all Ages… I hope all is well with each of you…

 

Sasquatch Tracker Associate Doug Shepherd has moved to Oregon!

Doug contacted me out of the blue just over a year ago and we have been discussing all things Sasquatch since then.

After a few emails, Doug told me about his plans for some independent research in the Cordova, AK area. I readily agreed that he had selected a prime location and Doug agreed to share the research results with Sasquatch Tracker. (See 2015/05/O – Cordova, AK for Doug’s results.)

After several emails discussing various research methods and ideas, and reviewing the information regarding the incident in Cordova that he forwarded to me, I knew Doug was serious about research. Doug eagerly volunteered and assisted me with a handful of projects including conducting field interviews, follow-up investigations and chasing down a few leads on tracks and castings. Doug even conducted an expedition with a witness at a remote cabin! Doug was also one of my field testers for the Evidence Collection Kit and contributed some valuable feedback.

Doug told me he is relocating near some recent Sasquatch activity and intends to keep up with his personal research. Sasquatch Tracker wishes him the best of luck and I anticipate hearing about his activities…

Thank you for all you have done, brother… Your assistance is going to be missed!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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About Sasquatch Tracker

I am a private and independent researcher currently concentrating my search for Sasquatch and Marked Hominids in the northern frontier of Alaska. The primary focus of my research, field investigation and expeditions are in the interior of Alaska and the border area of the Yukon Territory.
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1 Response to Sasquatch Tracker Associate Relocates…

  1. Doug Shepherd says:

    Thanks Michael, I enjoyed the research up in AK! You have a great website, and lots of good research going on, good luck on that! Now we are in eastern Oregon, and just this week am starting research in the Elkhorn Mtns, should be interesting.

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