Thursday, February 1, 2018

Thom Powell Interviewed by the Sasquatch Syndicate Team


Two digital media professionals on a fishing trip in the Pacific Northwest stumbled upon an intricately decorated clear cut somewhere way out in the woods.  They described this on the air and a listener immediately called in to inform them, to their surprise, that they were describing a bigfoot deal. Always up for exploring a good controversy, down the rabbit hole they went. That was 1992 and here they are 25 years later, still a bit puzzled but still exploring this hirsute and enigmatic mystery.    

Thom Powell first met Chuck at a 2016 bigfoot conference in Bremerton, WA. From this chance meeting came an enduring connection.  Over a period of months, Thom and Chuck continued a dialogue that gradually led Chuck right over the edges,  The 'Edges of Science', that is, which happens to be the title of Thom Powell's new book.

Soon after the signed copy of Edges of Science landed in the hands of for Chuck's son Hunter, the Sasquatch Syndicate was born.  Two years have now elapsed and Chuck and Paul have just taken things to a whole new by presenting this exclusive podcast interview of Thom Powell.

Whether you are of the 'flesh and blood' ape or homin camp, the paranormal, or even the alien view of sasquatch origin, we have something for you. This wide-ranging interview with Thom Powell covers the numerous and varied facets of the sasquatch mystery. The interview is fun, it is open, and it is a definite paradigm shifter.  

You can find the whole interview at the Sasquatch Syndicate Website or you can listen to it it just by clicking on this link

The Sasquatch Syndicate, by the way, is a Washington State non-profit organization that promotes research efforts that contribute to the wider recognition of the sasquatchs' existence, no matter what they turn out to be.
Signed copies of Edges of Science can be ordered from the author at this link. Unsigned copies can be purchased at Amazon.com but if you listen to Chuck and Todd's whole podcast interview with Thom Powell, you might not even need to buy the book.

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