Mojo and John set up for the first day in the filed and recon the area for the camera trap that will be deployed.
WASRT breaks out the quad copter for some
aerial footage around camp.
Introduction to our 2016 research season. The team has a lot of new things planned, so stay tuned. We hope to capture some fantastic evidence to share with the world.
Murphy's law comes to camp as the team
works to fix a bug in one of their camera
traps. Dean joins up with John and Mojo.
Mojo, John and Dean prepare for "Operation Crybaby". A very unique, multi camera trap that will be deployed later this week. The system uses two self powered, self contained camera set ups along with an audio box to blast audio in hope of drawing the Sasquatch into the trap.
Team WASRT has their final day/night in the field, finishing up their first of many expeditions this year. They review camera trap evidence and walk the area for signs of the illusive Sasquatch
Last day of their June 2016 Expedition. More thermal camera footage plus field audio
recordings of responses to John's howls. Listen to the response.
June Expedition Day 1. Setting up the trip wire camera traps Day 1
Team WASRT's multi cam tripwire proof of concept is verified. The men review footage from their second night of trap deployment and collect evidence they were not expecting.
First day of the expedition, the team is researching in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark who explored the area 211 years ago.
The drone is down! The team runs into some bad luck flying the professional drone and has a controlled flight into terrain.
The team sets up a thermal camera trap along
the same road where Mojo thought he had a
rock thrown at him. Watch the thermal footage as it run all night long. Very interesting.
Once again the team sets up another thermal trap to run all night along an active game trail.
Camera traps are set nearby and the team does aerial recon with the Phantom 3 Professional drone.
Expedition Videos from 2016
Dean arrives and the men set up the camera trap for "Operation Crybaby". The team hikes away from camp to set up the multi-cam system in hopes of obtaining video and audio evidence. Also, the men deploy their first ever drone to survey the surrounding forest.
Before hitting the field, John and Mojo put the
final touches on their camera traps.
The team collected video and audio from the first night of the camera trap and set up for another night. This time, instead of using baby crying sounds to lure in the creatures, the use alleged audio of bigfoot howls and screams that were collected over the years.
Washington Sasquatch Research Team (WASRT)
The team does some field fabrication and
creates a hillbilly parabolic mic in order
to improve audio recordings of vocalizations.