Olympic Project is Determined to Collect Data and Predict Bigfoot Behavior

Posted by: Guy Edwards on October 28th, 2014

Derek Randles (center) at the March 2013 Olympic Project Expedition

“The patterns start to paint a picture of what that animal is doing” — Derek Randles, founder of the Olympic Project

The Peninsula Daily News picked up on the Bigfoot research and documentation happening in the Olympic Peninsula by Derek Randles and his Olympic Project Team. Among the highlights of the article are some of the insights and suggestions of bigfoot behavior based on the data gathered so far.

Read the whole article at Bigfoot Lunch Club: Derek Randles Gets Press for Olympic Project and Reveals Sasquatch Insights

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Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event HopsSquatch.com.

One Response to “Olympic Project is Determined to Collect Data and Predict Bigfoot Behavior”

  1. dconstrukt responds:

    if you read the article he says something very interesting…. they (big foots) watch over elk calving areas.

    which ties into something i’ve been saying over and over.

    use computers.

    plot the data…. food patterns, animal patterns etc.

    there IS a pattern.

    And this guy seems to verify this.

    so maybe they target young elk as their main food source for that time of year?

    why not just find where these areas are… camera trap them and boom?

    or really target the elk instead of the bigfoot… one will lead you to the other.

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