|Mike Green Captured a Bigfoot with a Thermal Camera|
Matt Moneymaker, co-host of the TV show Finding Bigfoot says of the video, "This is the most important footage of a Sasquatch since Paterson/Gimlin film taken over 40 years ago...”
Mike Green will be visiting the Archdale library to speak and answer question. You cane read the details below reprinted from the Courier Tribune.
ARCHDALE — Bigfoot researcher Michael D. Greene will talk about his nationwide quest for the legendary beast at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2, at the Archdale Public Library, 10433 S. Main St., Archdale.
The event is free and the public is invited.In search of Sasquatch, Greene has traveled from Bella Coola, British Columbia, to the Teslin River, Yukon Territory, to Bluff Creek, Calif., to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, to the Adirondack Mountains of New York state, Florida’s Everglades and to North Carolina, where he now makes his home near Salisbury. He has a thermal film image of what appears to be a Sasquatch moving through the North Carolina woods at night and in 2011 was filmed by an Animal Planet crew for the show “Finding Bigfoot.”Greene has a master of science degree in behavioral psychology, is a court-qualified Questioned Documents Expert and for 20 years was Chief Investigator for a state fraud bureau.He is a pilot and a former EMT and an 18-year member of the National Ski Patrol. When not “Squatching” he can be found sailing his catamaran “ALL I ASK” out of Norfolk, Va.For more information, contact Jonathan Farlow at (336) 431-3811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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