I’m back thankfully!!

Posted by: Steve Kulls on August 12th, 2014

Hi gang… after a much needed rest, I am slowly easing myself into operational mode.

First, I think everyone is shocked and saddened at the loss of Robin Williams, not only being 63 but in the manner in which he has passed.


Many folks don’t know this but when I was a teenager, I had a friend who committed suicide hours after basically saying goodbye to all his friends, talking to them one last time. I spoke with him about an hour and a half before he took a .357 to the mouth. It gave me a prolific manner in which I look at suicide.

Let’s all take a minute to remember those friends we have that struggle with depression, and the devastating toll it takes not only on them but their family members and friends. Let’s reach out to them and make sure they are “ok.”

And if they need help… stage your own intervention. Get them the help. If this message saves one person down the road, it has served its purpose.

On June 24th, I began working again as a private investigator once again, and my area covers five surrounding states. So I am on the road constantly during the week but have access (unless I am in God’s country) to email, internet and social networking.

On July 2nd this year my apartment flooded due to the malfeasance of the property caretakers. So we immediately packed and made an emergency move which worked out for the best.

So now we are into a month of casual unpacking. Soon to be in the field with the Squatchdetective Field Team again, and happy to get the Massachusetts contingent up and running.

We’re finalizing some reports from Vermont, thanks to our man there, Frank Siecienski and help from author Paul Bartholomew.

Squatchdetective Radio will be returning sometime in October as both Chris Bennett and I are looking forward to getting back into the hot topics of the Bigfoot world, and I am toying with a new format as well.

Lot’s of nothing has happened since my “vacation,” but since I’ve been nosing around things have been popping up like crazy.

#SteveKulls #SquatchDetective

Steve Kulls About Steve Kulls
Steve had a lifelong fascination with the Bigfoot phenomena since an early age. In 1998 after reading "Monsters of the Northwoods", and learned that there were numerous sighting reports close to his residence in upstate New York. He began to investigate extremely skeptical but soon changed his mind. Squatchdetective.com was the creation of Steve Kulls, aka "The Squatchdetective" Steve launched Squatchdetective.com with a national outlook in December 2005. In September 2006 he created Squatchdetective Radio. Steve has appeared on numerous local news programs around the country and national venues such as Fox and Friends, and interviewed in print in over 100 newspapers over the last ten years. Steve has appeared on the History Channel the National Geographic Channel, featured on several programs, and authored two book, "Fifty Large," and "What Would Sasquatch Do?" Steve is a former Licensed Private Investigator, in New York, and a former retail investigator of 18 years, a Firefighter and Paramedic

7 Responses to “I’m back thankfully!!”

  1. Goodfoot responds:

    “Prolific manner in which I look at suicide”?

    Wrong word, but I haven’t a clue as to which word you meant to use.

  2. Steve Kulls responds:

    Meaning fruitful or bearing fruit. It has given me insight.

  3. airforce47 responds:

    Hi Steve,

    Glad to see your back and sorry to hear about the flood. I’ve always considered suicide the act of an insane mind and while we should make every effort to detect and help those afflicted we shouldn’t personally blame ourselves when it happens.

    Robin Williams was one of my favorite comedians and I’ll never forget his role in “Good Morning Vietnam”. I spent a year there as an aerial photographer with the 600th Photo Sq. The movie told it like it was to the best of their ability to reasonably duplicate things. I will miss Robin’s inputs and humor but he has left us a legacy in film for the future to remember him by.

    Glad to see you return to Squatching. We’re moving to Austin TX to be with the family. My best,

  4. hoodoorocket responds:

    @ airforce47

    I always have and always will reserve the right to end my life if I so choose.

    Lookout! There may be insane people all around you!

    Must be very disconcerting for you to discover that, lol.

  5. airforce47 responds:


    Sometimes the circumstances of life justify the actions and I’ve had friends who were exposed to Agent Orange do it. They were painfully dying of multiple cancers and didn’t wish their end-of-life time to be stoned on pain killers.

    It appears from what has been said so far that Robin Williams was depressed and perhaps about his addiction problem. I just wish somebody caught him before it happened and he got the chance to change his mind. He was just a couple of years younger than I am. My best,

  6. hoodoorocket responds:


    Well, you and I, we are not dead- our stories not yet written. Let’s fill the book with hell and vice and bite the dog when bitten.

    I’ll raise a shot of fiery rye and toast to you this evening, and several more for all of those who’ve rose and took their leaving. Good night, and joy be with you all.

    An old verse to all our friends still living:

    “But now the time is drawing near,
    when here no longer I can stay,
    There was ne’er a comrade ever I had,
    But was sorry at my going away.
    But since it’s happened so with me,
    That you’re to rise and I’m to fall,
    Come give me the parting glass,
    Good night and joy be with you all.

    Be with you all, be with you all
    Good night and joy be with you all
    So fill to me the parting glass,
    Good night and joy be with you all.”

    A verse that’s older still to all the ghosts we carry:

    “I do protest, within my breast,
    Your memory I’ll not neglect;
    On that record I’ll lay arest,
    Hell’s fury shall not alter it.
    All I desire of earthly bliss,
    Is to be free from guilt or thrall;
    I hope my God will grant me this:
    Good Night, and joy be with you all.”

  7. airforce47 responds:


    Thanks and my best. I have sadly after encountering the species 5 times and reading a great deal on the subject reached the same conclusion the late Dr. Krantz did. In order to save the species from perhaps eventual extinction at the hands of our species we will need a specimen body.

    Even given recognition and changes in our usage of forested land I’m not sure we can protect them from extinction. We’re slowly carrying out another mass extinction ourselves on a scale seldom seen in our planets history. And who knows we might join the exodus into history. Have a good one.

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