Cindy lives on Canada’s beautiful rain forest “Vancouver Island”. She has been enjoying the rough outdoors since she was young girl hunting with her father. Her love for the great outdoors continues to this day.
Cindy has been studying field research of Sasquatch Sightings and behavior since 2007. Her personal encounter with a Sasquatch was featured on the History Channel’s ‘Bigfoot the Definitive Guide’ as well as National Geographic’s ‘Paranormal’.
Cindy recently started “Hominidae Enigma Microscopic Hair Analysis“ to study Sasquatch/Unknown hair samples from areas associated with Sasquatch sightings. She has become the “go to” researcher within the Bigfoot community for unknown hair analysis has received and analyzed numerous samples, including samples taken from the nesting area currently being investigated by the Olympic Project.She holds a diploma in Animal Sciences, and studied chemistry and biology. She also has trained horses as well as Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs.
Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher from Oregon. A past BFRO investigator, he is the Lead Investigator for the Tillamook Forest Research Group (TFRG) as well as a member of The Olympic Project. He is also the founder of The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.squatchcoffee.com).
A native of Scotland, Shane Corson, has had an interest in crytids since his youth. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove head first into the subject of Bigfoot. His 2013 sighting in the Mt. Hood National Forest served to deepen the passion of his pursuit. Shane is a core member of both The Olympic Project (www.olympicproject.com) and the TFRG as well as a member of Bigfootology.