On the Trail of Bigfoot: The Discovery (2021)

I just got back from Seattle a week or so ago and let me tell you, Bigfoot is just accepted out there. And you can see exactly how he can walk out of the terrain there; it just fits.

In Seth Breedlove’s new documentary, a sasquatch research group operating out of the Olympic Peninsula area of Northern Washington believe they have finally uncovered definitive evidence.

The Olympic Project is unlike many groups trying to find Bigfoot as they are “an association of dedicated researchers, investigators, biologists and trackers committed to documenting the existence of Sasquatch through science and education.”

They aren’t just a bunch of dudes in the woods knocking on trees and making what they think are sasquatch calls. Additionally, they utilize “comprehensive habitat study, DNA analysis and game camera deployment” all with the goal of getting actual empirical evidence.

In this film, the team travels deep into the forests of the Pacific Northwest and uncovers a nest site that may hold the key to understanding what people are encountering around the United States.

I always enjoy the work that Small Town Monsters puts into these and I found this the best of their Bigfoot films. The Olympus Project feels like the best opportunity for man to learn more about the creatures that live amongst us.

On the Trail of Bigfoot: The Discovery is now available to purchase or rent wherever you digitally watch movies. You can also check out the following documentaries by Small Town Monsters:

On the Trail of UFOs: Dark Sky

On the Trail of Bigfoot

On the Trail of Bigfoot: The Journey

MOMO: The Missouri Monster 

Terror in the Skies

For more information, visit the official Small Town Monsters site.

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