East Texas Bigfoot Tracks to be Featured on Finding Bigfoot

Posted by: Rob Gaudet on February 12th, 2015

Finding Bigfoot is going to use my video investigation of the Lake Wright Patman prints in an upcoming episode.

See also:

East Texas Bigfoot Track Find Investigation
Update: Hunting Guide Finds (Bigfoot) Track in East Texas
Hunting Guide Finds (Bigfoot) Track in East Texas

Rob Gaudet About Rob Gaudet
Rob (Cajun) Gaudet has been a Sasquatch investigator for over 10 years. His objective is to document unequivocal proof of the existence of Sasquatch, with the purpose of leading to the protection of the species and their habitats. His passion has lead him to participate in over 50 investigations seeking just the right type or amount of evidence to meet his goals. In 2011 Rob founded a group called Squatch Unlimited, which has collected an enormous archive of video, audio and photographic evidence of creatures, footprints, screams, tree breaks and habitats. He and his team have also uncovered hundreds of old newspaper accounts of Sasquatch creatures, some of which date back to the 1700’s. In 2005 his research resulted one of the most compelling photographs of a cryptid ever taken, the Beast of Seven Chutes. The creature in the photo still stumps researchers and scientists and has yet to be identified. Besides Squatch Unlimited, Rob founded the Bigfoot Leaders Alliance, a small group of well known and established leaders in the Bigfoot community. He is also member of several other research organizations, the American Bigfoot Society, a board member of the Mid-America Bigfoot Research Center, MABRC Louisiana State Director and a member of Southern Bigfoot Investigators.





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