Researching bigfoot is an equal opportunity endeavor. It doesn’t matter if you are male or female, young or old, like chocolate on your peanut butter or peanut butter on your chocolate. People in the bigfoot research community are as diverse as the theories and opinions on the subject.
Still, ask the public to name a bigfoot researcher and you’ll most likely hear only “Matt Moneymaker”, “Cliff Barackman”, “Renae Holland” and “Bobo” due to the popularity of Animal Planet’s show “Finding Bigfoot”. There are many more respected researchers in the bigfoot community. We would like to introduce you to three who were interviewed on The Vickie Travis Show.
Re is an investigator for the Florida BFRO and manages their Twitter and Facebook accounts.
She has an extensive background in outdoor land and ocean survival as well as mountaineering. Her experience includes trans-sailing the Atlantic, climbing three of the seven summits, and backpacking in remote places throughout the world. Add to that her lifelong interest in bigfoot and you have a dedicated researcher who is not intimidated by Florida’s vast swamps.
Re discusses with Vicki Travis reports she’s investigated for the Florida BFRO and information about bigfoot in general.
Sybilla is a BFRO Investigator in Texas and a professional artist. She uses her talent to help witnesses recreate the bigfoot they encountered. During the process Sybilla also counsels and supports those traumatized by seeing something they’re told doesn’t exist.
Recently Sybilla embarked on a cross country trip to work with witnesses one on one. You can participate by subscribing to her blog “Sketching Encounters“. There you will be able to view the sketches, audio, thermal, and photographic evidence she collects while working with the witnesses, all of which will be uploaded in real time.
Ronie is a BFRO investigator from Tennessee who has investigated several habituation cases. Families in these situations, especially the children, are often frightened and stressed because they don’t understand their unusual neighbors. Ronie counsels these families and eases their fears through education. She and Sybilla Irwin co-authored a series of children’s books “The Adventures of Big Doot and Little Zoot” to help the children. She also created a line of “Sokskwach” to use as therapy objects.
In her interview with Vicki Travis, Ronie discusses her habituation cases and the families involved.