Rhettman Mullis saw his first Bigfoot swimming in the Puget Sound from the Olympic Peninsula to Whidbey Island while standing on the back of Washington State Ferry going to Victoria, British Columbia. That was in the summer of 1977 and he was 10 years old.
That started his journey as a Bigfoot researcher and over the next 36 years he would continue to spend time reading about and studying accounts of Bigfoot. It was the mid-1990′s when he formed Sasquatch Investigations and Research: Bigfoot, and began conducting field research, investigations and various field experiments. During that time he began coaching others to have their own experiences with Bigfoot with reported success from others.
Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the baffling mutilation of a horse in TN, an accelerating die-off of the moose population, a decrease in Monarch butterflies, and the continuation of the mysterious booms. First hour guest, researcher Rhettman Mullis shared updates on the search for Bigfoot, and related hybrids. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, Bigfoot researcher Rhettman Mullis shared his latest findings on the mysterious creature. Open Lines followed. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed ET artifacts & dragonfly drone technology, a dolphin die-off in Peru, and the crisis of trees dying all over the planet. First hour guests, scholar of Bigfoot history, Steven Streufert, and Sasquatch researcher Rhettman Mullis reported on a planned study by Oxford University to test DNA samples of the elusive creature. ... More »Host: George Noory