Dave Paulides holds two degrees from the University of San Francisco, and has a professional background that includes twenty years in law enforcement and senior executive positions in the technology sector. A boyhood camping experience with his father in the late 1960s sparked his interest in Bigfoot. In 2004 he was one of the founders of North America Bigfoot Search where his investigative and analytical experiences were invaluable in researching Bigfoot sightings. He spent two years living among the Hoopa tribal members, listening to and recording their Bigfoot stories. The Hoopa Project is his first book, based upon his experiences in the Bluff Creek area of Northern California.
David Paulides joined George Knapp in the first three hours to discuss his new book about people that have disappeared in the national forests and elsewhere. "Missing 411- Hunters" chronicles hunters who have vanished under very unusual but... More »
Investigator David Paulides, who has become an expert in the large number of mysterious disappearances happening in American national parks and forests, discussed disturbing cases and the unusual patterns that appear with many of them. In instances where young children vanish, many times they are found miles... More »
With undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of San Francisco, David Paulides has worked in law enforcement in the San Francisco Bay Area - on everything from street crimes, SWAT, and vice, to a variety of assignments in the detective division. He has become an expert on the disproportionate number of mysterious... More »
George Knapp welcomed researcher and author David Paulides, who provided an update on his investigation into mysterious and baffling disappearances in national parks, including how his latest research now takes him to urban areas, where he is finding evidence that fits his criteria for the unsettling phenomenon that he has... More »
Researcher and author David Paulides, who worked in law enforcement in the San Francisco Bay Area, talked about the disproportionate number of mysterious disappearances happening in our national parks and new hair-raising cases and the patterns associated with them.
Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe, discussed the continuing West Coast die-off of sea stars; concerns that warming ocean waters will allow new viruses, bacteria and microbes to attack marine life; and information about a USAF Lt. Colonel sharing his firsthand briefings and experiences with extraterrestrial... More »
Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed a huge volume of water that might explain this planet's oceans, new cases of the strange sound mystery, a 1981 eyewitness of a dragonfly drone, and a US Army cryptographer who was briefed about UFOs.
David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, joined George Knapp for the entire 4 hour program to update us with even more bizarre stories of missing persons in national parks and forests throughout the United States, as well as other countries. He described additional victims, new locations and circumstances,... More »
Former lawman turned investigative journalist, David Paulides, discussed patterns of missing persons in America's national parks and other rugged wilderness areas, and how these disappearances fit a peculiar set of circumstances that defy logic.
Sunday's show was a replay from 3/25/12, when George Knapp was joined for the full four hours by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, for a discussion on a series of weird and odd disappearances in U.S. national parks... More »
David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist and Bigfoot researcher, joined George Knapp to discuss more missing person cases from national parks and forests that government agencies seem to be less than interested in seriously investigating.
First hour guest, former Nevada governor Bob... More »
George Knapp welcomed ethno-pharmacologist Dennis McKenna, who has been studying plant hallucinogens for over forty years, and they discussed the groundbreaking work McKenna did with his brother Terence, the great raconteur of wide-reaching philosophical ideas.
George Knapp was joined by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, for an extended update on his captivating research into mysterious vanishings from our national parks and forests.
George Knapp was joined for the full four hours by David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist, for a discussion on a series of weird and odd disappearances in U.S. national parks and forests that no one to this day can explain.
Filling in for George Knapp, Ian Punnett was joined, for the latter half of the program, by Bigfoot researcher David Paulides and forensic artist Harvey Pratt for a discussion on the relationship between Native American cultures and Bigfoot as well as their... More »
George Knapp examined the Bigfoot mystery with writer Philip Spencer during the second hour and David Paulides, noted researcher and author of the Hoopa Project, for the remainder of the show. "It's hard to describe what you feel when you see something like this," Spencer said about his own Bigfoot sighting. Spencer detailed his investigation of the "Panther Rock" cave... More »