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Sasquatch Tracks takes a scientific look at whether there are large animal species that remain undiscovered. With special emphasis on the Sasquatch in North America, the show looks at claims of apelike “relict hominoids” and other animals purported to exist in various parts of the world.
 
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On this special holiday edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team calls in from remote and snowy corners across the globe for a historical deep-dive in pursuit of the true story behind the first purported relict hominoid ever to have risen to worldwide fame, the yeti, or "Abominable Snowman." In addition to the origins behind its name, we look at the h…
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the gents lead off with a discussion about the influence of classic late-night radio on modern Sasquatch podcasts, and why finding a balance between entertainment and the presentation of scientifically literate perspectives on the issue of relict hominoids is important to the citizen science effort. Then we are …
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, after a bit of discussion geared around the Halloween season, we are joined for a lengthy discussion with Matt Pruitt, a longtime researcher of the Sasquatch mystery and current member of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy (NAWAC). Matt Pruitt grew up in the mountains of Northeast Georgia, and has been cond…
 
On this installment of Sasquatch Tracks, we lead off with some discussion of legendary wild men the likes of Enkidu, the beastly companion of Gilgamesh in the famous Mesopotamian epic. We also discuss historic encounters, and an update on the strange happenings at Crater Lake, Oregon from over the years. We also check in with a few emails from list…
 
Have you ever heard of a "Hoop Snake"? This is one of many frontier legends that were popularized throughout the 19th century, but Micah leads off with a recollection by a family member who claimed, as a child, to have seen such a creature. Also on the subject of myth and folklore, we look at the claims that a large creature might have been discove…
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, after opening news and discussion, we turn our attention to an often-overlooked aspect of the discussion about America's Relict Hominoid: what does the government say about Sasquatch? It may come as a surprise that on many occasions, government agencies have weighed in on the subject, which includes the Departme…
 
As the gents of cryptozoology get behind the microphone for another installment of Sasquatch Tracks, Micah debriefs Jeff and Smoky about his recent studies in the history of Sasquatchery, and the surprising amount of information that can be found in the historical record in America pertaining to stories of "wild men" and ape-like humanoids througho…
 
On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, we continue our discussion with Idaho State University professor of Anatomy and Anthropology Jeff Meldrum, Ph.D., as he answers more of our questions about the scientific study of Sasquatch. Picking up where we left off with Dr. Meldrum on the last installment of the podcast, we get his ideas and opinions on the…
 
On this edition of Sasquatch Tracks, we are joined by Idaho State University professor Dr. Jeff Meldrum for the first in a two-part series that will examine how science can be applied to the study of Sasquatch. Meldrum holds a doctorate in anatomical sciences with an emphasis in physical anthropology from the State University of New York at Stony B…
 
On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, after a discussion of animal tracking where Jeff fills us in about his recent experience making paster castings of a set of well-preserved black bear tracks, we are joined by the legendary big-game tracker, conservationist and Sasquatch seeker Peter Byrne. At age 94, Byrne may be the world's most accomplished pr…
 
On this inaugural edition of Sasquatch Tracks, we introduce the team (you can read more about us here) as we sit down to talk about who we are, what we aim to do with Sasquatch Tracks, and the role of "citizen scientists" in the study of nature and unidentified species. We are then joined by phone for an interview with naturalist David George Gordo…
 
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