Steve Wilkins and Steve Schauer / W.A.S.R.T.
Steve “Mojo” Wilkins and Steve “Too Risky” Schauer founded the Washington Sasquatch Research Team(WASRT)in 2009.The WASRT are a professional team of researchers dedicated to the research, study, and preservation of Sasquatch (Bigfoot) species in the State of Washington. In their first year of researching as a team in the Mt. Rainier area, they have found significant evidence of the creature’s existence, including close encounters, sighting’s and numerous tracks.The WASRT are dedicated to identifying and preserving this species in the wild, protecting them on the State and National level against harm, harassment, capture and killing without any lands taken from the public. They believe this creature has roamed these lands according to Native American lore, to before the Native Americans time and is held in great regard.Their goal is to implement the specie’s natural curiosity by baiting (visual/scent/food) to entice them into their camp implementing a huge array of electronics, video, parameter alerts, and lighting to get multiple sources of video footage that will stand up to the utmost scrutiny.Steve “Mojo” Wilkins is a retired Navy Chief and combat veteran who currently lives in Auburn WA with his 9 year old son, Kyle Wilkins, who also is a part of the research team. Steve has been conducting research for over two years and has not had a sighting to date. Steve “Too Risky” Schauer was a U.S. Army Ranger and an Aerospace Machinist who currently resides in Tacoma, WA. Steve had his first sighting in 1985 where he saw the sasquatch in his high beams, where he had a rare full view of the face. Join Nite Callers Radio as we continue our series and welcome Steve Wilkins and Steve Schauer from the state of Washington.