David Paulides and Harvey Pratt
Dave Paulides holds 2 degrees from the University of San Francisco,and has a professional background that includes 20 years in law enforcement.A boyhood camping experience with his father in the late 1960s sparked his interest in Bigfoot.In 2004 he formed North America Bigfoot Search where his investigative and analytical experience were invaluable in researching Bigfoot sightings.He spent 2 years living among the Hoopa tribal members,listening to and recording their Bigfoot stories.The Hoopa Project is his first book, based upon his experiences in the Bluff Creek area of Northern California.. Considered one of the leading forensic artists in the United States,Harvey Pratt has spent over 42 years in law enforcement,completing thousands of witness description drawings and hundreds of soft tissue reconstructions.His work has assisted in thousands of arrests with the identification of unidentified human remains throughout America. Harvey’s gifted renditions of the witness’ sightings are illustrated in the “Hoopa Project” and even more illustrations by Harvey in David’s sequel book “Tribal Bigfoot.” For “Tribal” David investigates more reports coming out of NW California where he also revisted the Hoopa reservation and asked witnesses to submit their sighting descriptions to Harvey for Tribal’s illustrations. In “Tribal Bigfoot” David also travels to Oklahoma and Minnesota where he begins to realize the true nature of Sasquatch via DNA tests. The sequel tells of how David follows the evidence and discovers they are more human than ape and learns from Native American elders that the Sasquatch understand the Native American language.”Hoopa Project” and now “Tribal Bigfoot” are a must read. Guest host Mike Hall.