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SASQUATCH-360 is a new way to enjoy Interactive Bigfoot Hunting.

If you can't get out into the field now you can search around us as we work our way through the swamps.

This is our very first attempt and learned some very valuable lessons to improve the experience for our viewers and users.

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Simply type in www.Sasquatch360.com and go straight to work searching for the big guy.








Where have we been?!?!

After a very long, hot and humid summer, Florida moved into a very long, hot and humid fall/ winter.
Now that 2016 is finally here the temperatures have started to fall off enough to get back into the swing of things.

AND, now that all broken vehicles have been replaced with new ones the team is once again ready to hit the swamps.

The first in-depth multi-day expedition that will require access only by canoe/kayak is scheduled for March 2016.
Participants for this expedition are as follows:
Kevin Thomas Kehl Teri LyngeJason BallOmar TorresWolf TorresRobert RobinsonNick TudorGeorge McGeeMike GomezThe exact location of this expedition is a closely guarded secret but it has been revealed that it is in a part of Florida that has had many reported sightings according to the BFRO.

Stay tuned for more info as it comes out.

TRAILCAM DEPLOYMENT IN ACTIVE SIGHTING AREA

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This past weekend Kevin Thomas Kehl, with the assistance of Nick Tudor, deployed his newest trailcam with stealth technology.  It was placed in an area that is full of wildlife and has even had a recent Bigfoot sighting, as well as some conspicuous foot prints.
This is his first deployment of the camera so it will be a short test duration.
This is in the same vicinity that Robert Robinson recently had 2 cameras stolen so hopes are high that this camera will return safe and with good evidence.
Check back soon for stills and videos from the camera next week.
In the meantime enjoy the pictures below of the adventure out into the swamps for deployment.







FRIDAY NIGHT HIKES

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The colder weather is quickly coming to an end here in Florida so in order to maximize the amount  of time we get out in the thick swamps some of the FBI have instituted:
 "Friday Night Hikes" As the sun sets we head out into known sighting areas.  From Lettuce Lake to the Green Swamp we try to hit them all as well as utilize a little of the "Ambassador Project" to offer gifts.
Here are some of the latest shots from the Friday Night Hikes.














The FBI never go out into the field without a grenade! The Survival Grenade

The Research Continues...

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Kevin Thomas Kehl spent the afternoon searching the woods and swamps around the area where the team discovered the torn up palms and possible bedding last week.
"I found what  appeared to be a footprint although I'm not totally convinced it was (see below). 
There was a lot of standing water out here today due to the rain from the last cold front.  While I was walking through the swamps looking for an appropriate spot for "The Ambassador Project" I took lots of pictures. At one point I heard a loud thud and breaking sticks on the ground. I was not able to find what it was. It could very well have been a hog....I'm not sure at this point. I covered a lot of ground in a short period of time and the one big thing I did notice was the lack of torn up palms such as the ones Rob, Nick and I found last week."







Return Trip to Discovery Area Breing Planned

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A return trip to the area where the FBI discovered the amazing evidence of palms being pulled up by the root is currently being planned.
Winter is passing by and Florida will very quickly turn into the intolerable hot and humid days of spring and summer.
The team will be returning to investigate the area further and in addition  Kevin Thomas Kehl will be focusing on this area for his "Ambassador Project"
 "I believe that this area will produce proof of the existence of the Florida SkunkApe"                                                                                Kevin Thomas Kehl