Philip Spencer grew up in Anderson County, Kentucky, in the town of Lawrenceburg.Blessed or cursed with an insatiable curiosity for everything, he has been seeking answersto the mysteries of life, death and the paranormal since childhood. A 30-year veteran investigator, he has amassed hundreds of case files in his research of strange events thathave occurred around the world. Bigfoot however, is the author's preferred area of researchas in Anderson County, Kentucky, there have been many sightings of the enigmatic creature known the world over. His first book, The Wildman of Kentucky, The Mystery of Panther Rock, entails these sightings and much more, taking the reader on a journey into the heart of the "Dark and Bloody Ground" one of the most active paranormal places in the nation also known as "The Frazier Land."
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 in Kentucky, a hotbed of paranormal activity. "Over time, it just seemed to me like all these events were occurring around this cave," he said, citing a litany of anomalies, from unusual animal prints, Bigfoot sightings, strange lights and sounds, and even the mysterious disappearance of a family that had settled there. He also played some audio of potential Bigfoot sounds (Listen: Win | Real), captured by a resident of the area. During the latter half of the program, David Paulides talked about the Hoopa Project, a long term effort aimed at finding Bigfoot evidence focused on Hoopa, California, where his res ... More »Host: George Knapp