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Dave McCullough: Bigfoot in Massachusetts
She-Squatchers welcome Dave McCullough to THE JOURNEY Radio Show to discuss BIGFOOT in Massachusetts!
Dave McCullough Bio:
I was born in 1965 in Lowell Massachusetts, where I still reside. As a young child, the television show “In Search Of” with Leonard Nemoy sparked my interest in Cryptozoology. I learned about the ridicule factor in 6th grade while getting laughed at by my teacher while looking for books on the subject.
After a longtime interest and reading information on the internet in the 90’s my eyes were opened to the fact that it wasn’t just a West Coast phenomena. The book Monsters of the North Woods by Paul Bartholomew really hit home and I realized that New York and New England has had a long history amongst native people and early explorers involving the Sasquatch in the Northeast.
In 2005 I went from being an avid reader to someone who wanted to be more hands on. My interest increased after attending a BFRO expedition in White Hall, NY. After talking to several local eye witnesses, one being a police officer, about their experiences, I was completely hooked. This started my love of the outdoors having never experienced hiking and camping growing up in a city environment.
Having the accessibility to travel the East Coast as an adult, I started investigating the sighting reports in my area. After the BFRO Expedition I joined the NESRA Research group and attended several expeditions with them in the years since. One of them being part of the group that was used in a Monster Quest episode “Big Foot in New York”.
Not long after that, in September of 07, I was researching alone and shooting video in an area with many reported sightings. I inadvertently recorded some unusual sounds in the woods that were very similar to Wood Knocking. Along with the knocking I also recorded some animal sounds that remain unexplained. I am hoping to have these professionally analyzed by a bioacoustics lab and welcome anyone skilled at deciphering and identifying these sounds.
In 2008, I attended one of the first expeditions that included several different research groups of the East Coast in Virginia. These groups investigated continuously for two weeks straight.
Since then, I have been to the West Coast multiple times. I have made great friends from my time in California and Washington State as well as many more all across the country. Since April 2012 I have been researching with Squatchachusetts where I am currently active in Massachusetts.
In the warmer months I enjoy kayaking, camping and all other outdoor activities. I am hopeful to have my own clear sighting one day.