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Episode XXV Lisa Shiel talks about Bigfoot, The Mystery of Lake Champlain, and Strange Michigan

11Sep

Lisa Shiel is a bigfoot/ufo/paranormal researcher.  Lisa always tries to view events through a scientific lens.  Try as I may, I can't get her to speculate...which really tells me that she researches her stories first before she comments on them.  I really enjoy talking to Lisa because she is such a pleasant spirit.  Part of this interview is about Sasquatch.  We also talk about "Champ".  Have you heard about Champ?  Champ is our version of the Lochness monster that lives in Lake Champlain in New York.  Are you up for werewolves?  Hope so...uh...cause that is part of the discussion as well.  Lisa has co-authored a book that will be coming out soon called Strange Michigan.  So as you can guess we cover a lot of wierdness.  Do I believe in all of these things?  No, but I am open to at least hearing about them.   

 Is there a coverup when it comes to bigfoot, similar as there seems to be with ufo's?  Why would someone do that?  I really don't want to go into conspiracies but it makes you wonder why more hardcore evidence hasn't turned up.  Yes, Waye Braver, I know what your thinking.  "It's because they don't exist."   Perhaps so.  Perhaps not.

Some food for thought:  I got an email from Jen Cupples and while kayaking with a group in Lower Michigan they had an unusual encounter.  Someone or something was shaking an entire tree quite noticibly.  Jen also shared with me an email from some other people that have witnessed similar events and seem to believe that it was caused by a sasquatch.  The individual in the email claimed this is how a bigfoot lets you know when you're in its territory.  This would also explain why others have had rocks thrown in their direction whenever they wander into an area that has had bigfoot sightings.  Possible?

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