Discover Sasquatch Team

Our “Freshly Experienced” Team!

Future Team Member in Training

Here at Berkshire Mountain Sasquatch (BMS) we take the phrase “team work” to the next level! As a team we strongly believe it takes more than one researcher group to find the answers needed in proving the existence of Bigfoot/Sasquatch. As you’ll see we are a well diversified team!  Hopefully this will garner an “out of the box, think tank” that will emphatically come up with new innovated ideas.  These new ideas will balance against the old tried and true methods in Sasquatch research.  We like to think of ourselves as “Freshly Experienced”!

Meet the Berkshire Mountain Sasquatch Team

 

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Chris leads Discover Sasquatch Investigations and has been involved with teams doing extensive work not only with his own in New England, but in Florida and Missouri as well.

Why are you interested in Sasquatch?
My interest or better put, my passion for the whole subject goes beyond most. At the beginning I did my investigations for all the wrong reasons ($). Now it’s all about the truth and most of all to bring awareness to all. If I could just get someone thinking about them walking the forest, then I did my job.

What you do and enjoy in life besides Sasquatch?
I love my life outside of Sasquatch. To clarify I have 2 grand children I would die for as well as the love of my life, Maria. She supports everything I do; other than her returning to the woods… She is aware. Very aware!

What steps do you think are needed to reach the ultimate goal?
I have been taking baby steps for 7 years now and have learned a lot! You have to remember these guys know life by the seasons and not by living their lives on a time clock, so you must be patient. If you do not love the search, and you’re doing it for money, then you should just pick up a fishing pole instead.

 


Larry has been with BMS since the beginning and has consequently seen and heard it all! He’s experienced them following us as well as when the knocks and rocks fly. Larry was even hit with an acorn in back of head. He’s is my go-to guy and couldn’t imagine BMS without him!

Larry


Why are you interested in Sasquatch?
Simply put, I think it’s fascinating!

What you do and enjoy in life besides Sasquatch?
I like waking in the woods, working on trucks.

What steps you think are needed to reach the ultimate goal?
The ultimate goal for me is to see a Sasquatch.

 

 


Pedro came to team last year and most definitely has the drive to get the job done and is a real asset! Going on his second season he is looking forward to more exploration and I feel he will be a major contributor to our discoveries.

Pedro

Why are you interested in Sasquatch?
I became fascinated with Bigfoot in my late teens – early 20s. Once I began doing some research the interest became even greater with all the encounters I read about and taking in the different perspectives from field researchers and scientific hypothesis.

What you do and enjoy in life besides Sasquatch?
Even Though Bigfoot is a great interest of mine, I’m a very busy family man. I love watching sports, (especially football on Sunday) and when the opportunity presents itself, I love to golf!

What steps you think are needed to reach the ultimate goal?
From years of reading others experiences, regardless if it’s true or not, it seems to me that this repetition is key to building trust. It just depends in the length of time. Patience is a virtue is it not?

 


Michael and Shana are our newest members.  They fit right in having the same goals and ideology as BMS. They are fast learners and bring youth to our team. We call them the “misfit class” 2022, which will be their first full season with us. We are happy to have them, and look forward to what we can find together.

Shana

Why are you interested in Sasquatch?
I live on a lot of wet lands and when I was little I would always go walking through the woods and would find weird structures. You’re not allowed to hunt in the area ruling out hunting blinds. So now I am particularly interested in researching for Sasquatch, because I want to search for what formed those structures.

What you do and enjoy in life besides Sasquatch?
I am a carpenter and I enjoy camping, baking, fishing and going for bike rides.

What steps you think are needed to reach the ultimate goal?
If the woods go silent and we are making noise, listen to where the weird noises like the hooting and knocks are coming from. Turn on the tri-field meter and go towards where it screams. Watch for foot prints to see which direction they are coming and going.


Mike

Why are you interested in Sasquatch?
I am interested in Sasquatch research because ever since I was a little boy, when out fishing with my dad I would feel eyes staring at me and I would not hear any birds or anything around me. For this reason it makes me feel there is something out there that needs to be discovered.

What you do and enjoy in life besides Sasquatch?
I am an assistant teacher. I love fishing and camping with my family.

What steps you think are needed to reach the ultimate goal?
I think the tri-field meter is key to finding what is out there. We need to go towards the direction where the meter is acting out.