Washington Sasquatch Research Team (WASRT)

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Season 10  Episode 1

Steve "Too Risky" Schauer

1962 - 2017

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WASRT asks the age old question:  Does Bigfoot really exist?

Season 10  Episode 2

KOMO 4 TV (Seattle Refined) interviews WASRT Co-Founder Steve "Mojo" Wilkins

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WASRT announces the passing of Steve "Too Risky" Schauer

‚ÄčIt is my sad duty to announce the passing of our Co-Founder, Steven "Too Risky" Schauer.  Risky was an outstanding asset to our team, especially in the early years when we were striving to do new and different things in our search for Sasquatch.  He was instrumental in helping expand our technical capabilities and researching potential expedition areas here in his home area of the Pacific Northwest.   He was a master back woods navigator.  The team will not be the same without Risky, but he would want us to press on.  I have no doubt he will be looking down on us as we continue our quest.   

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Welcome to the WASRT Homepage!  We are a small team of researchers established in 2009, operating in the Pacific Northwest, primarily in the State of Washington near Mount Rainier.  Due to it's lush forests, mild climate and abundant wildlife, the area is a mecca of Bigfoot activity.

-- Steve "Mojo" Wilkins

    Co-Founder, WASRT

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