Matt Moneymaker is the president of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. Founded in 1995, the BFRO was the first national Bigfoot research organization and is still the largest and most respected organization of its type. The BFRO organizes field expeditions in the U.S. and Canada where clusters of sightings occur. These expeditions have yielded several sightings and numerous recordings of vocalizations. Matt led the expedition that obtained the Skookum Cast in 2000, and he will be leading a well-equipped expedition to a remote portion of Michigan's Upper Peninsula in July 2007.
Paranormal researcher Heidi Hollis discussed Shadow People and provided new information on the "Hat Man," a form of evil incarnate. In discussing her research into Shadow People, she said the phenomenon can take many forms, including "big, hairy, shadowy spiders," cats, streaks, clouds, or instances where "a head is directly connected to a set of broad shoulders and, at times, you can see red glowing eyes." Hollis noted that she has received numerous reports of malevolent Shadow People, saying "the most common physical contact that these Shadow People do to people is jump on their chest and choke them." Hollis also talked about the "Hat Man," a being that she originally had thought was another incarnation of the Shadow People, but was overwhelmed with letters from people insisting that it was solid. She described the creature as having "a Zorro-type hat. He wears a three piece suit and a cape or a long trench coat." Other attributes ascribed to the "Hat Man" included oc ... 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