Cliff Barackman's growing interest in Bigfoot phenomena drove him to travel to various parts of the country to look into the mystery. It was in college that Cliff's interest in Bigfoot moved from a quirky interest to an obsession. On his first expedition to Bluff Creek, California in 1994, he stumbled across possible Bigfoot footprints, as well as tree damage evidence and a possible hair sample.
Cliff's interest in physical evidence led him to take a keen interest in footprint casts. Over the years, what started out as the gathering of a few Bigfoot souvenirs has eventually led him to holding one of the largest cast collections in the country. A former member of the BFRO, and a current investigator for Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot, Cliff's expert opinion, level-headed approach and analytical mind have proved invaluable. When numbers need to be extracted for the sake of data analysis, or when a footprint needs to be permanently recorded, he is there to offer his unique skills.
According to radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long, there is more scientific evidence for the reality of near death experiences (NDEs) than there is for effective treatments of certain forms of cancer. He joined guest host Connie Willis (email) to present his strongest argument yet for the underlying truth of those who have died and returned to share their tales. First hour guest, Cliff... More »Host: Connie Willis
In the first half, meteorologist Scott Stevens discussed strange weather patterns, weather modification, and chemtrails. In the latter half, Bigfoot investigator Cliff Barackman talked about his search for the elusive Sasquatch, what type of evidence stands up, and various projects he's involved in, such as the TV show, Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet. ... More »Host: George Noory
During the first half of the show, Dr. Neal Barnard, president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, discussed health aspects of food and nutrition, and also addressed the problem of food contamination. ... More »Host: George Noory