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Stars of the Show

For over 15 years Todd Standing has been conducting expeditions, documenting chronicles and interviewing people regarding the subject of Sasquatch.  In 2006 he publicly showed 2 separate crystal clear Bigfoot videos he himself filmed which he used to petition the Canadian government for species protection of Bigfoot.  The petition was certified and tabled in the Canadian House of Commons.  The media response was enormous with hundreds of Newspapers, Television networks, radio stations and websites that receptively presented his work across the globe.

Todd Standing

Since then he has filmed Bigfoot on multiple other occasions.  In 2013 his cooperation expanded dramatically after taking two PhD's into the field and convincing them his Sasquatch research is authentic.  That combined with the unprecedented success Todd was able to achieve with the skeptical "Survivorman".  Guiding Les into regions abundant with Sasquatch tracks and markings that left him impressed.  Each episode of “Survivorman Bigfoot” showcases real life close encounters with these giant primates. Leaving the expert outdoorsmen “ With chills”  as these amazing creatures moved within 50 yards of their position, recorded on camera, in live action, on multiple occasions.

Don Jeffrey "Jeff" Meldrum

Jeff Meldrum is a Full Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology and a Professor of the Department of Anthropology at Idaho state University. Meldrum is an expert on foot morphology and locomotion in primates. Meldrum has published numerous academic papers ranging from vertebrate evolutionary morphology, to the emergence of bipedal locomotion in modern humans and Sasquatch.

John Bindernagel

John Bindernagel spent his professional career as a wildlife biologist after gaining a PhD from the University of Wisconsin. He had an international career as a wildlife advisor with CIDA and the UN working wildlife conservation in East and southern Africa, Iran, the Caribbean, and Central America. He worked in most Canadian provinces undertaking wildlife surveys as well as wildlife conservation and management projects.  Dr. Bindernagel sadly passed away in 2018 and will be greatly missed.   We will always be grateful for his wisdom and warmth.

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