Fuzzy photos and shaky videos are all part of a long history of Bigfoot sightings that dates back to 12th century woodcuts, which depict knights in combat with large hairy human-like creatures. Could it be that these creatures have intentionally avoided human contact or were they nearly eradicated in the middle ages? Rhettman Mullis reveals several historical Bigfoot sightings and explains his multidisciplinary approach to hunting Bigfoot in this interview with George Noory originally webcast April 9, 2014.
In the summer of 1977, Rhettman A. Mullis Jr. saw his first Bigfoot swimming in the Puget Sound. That started his journey as a Bigfoot researcher. Over the next 36 years, he would continue to spend time studying accounts of Bigfoot. He currently heads, Bigfootology, which is a global team of scientists and field experts dedicated to the study of the global Bigfoot phenomenon using modern scientific technology, processes, and the multidisciplinary approach to research and problem solving.