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 Post subject: Robert W Morgan
PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 6:13 pm 
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Robert W. Morgan (b. 1935), a native Ohioan, is the founder and chairman of the American Anthropological Research Foundation and longtime bigfoot researcher. He began this organization in 1974. He had his own personal encounter in Mason County, Washington in 1957, and has some rather controversial ideas about the origins of what he calls the "Forest Giant People" which indicates that he believes these creatures to be more humanlike than non-human primate-like. He was the original host of Artist First's Bigfoot Central Radio Program as well, and currently hosts the AARF Show on Blog Talk Radio. His official biography is as follows: Initially, millions of people around the world became familiar with Robert through the 1974 feature docudrama film BIGFOOT: MAN OR BEAST (originally entitled The Search For Bigfoot) that appeared in theaters and televisions around the world. It is still considered the benchmark of excellence in its genre even after 30 years. He generated millions more when he appeared on David Wolper's record-setting TV documentary, MONSTERS: MYTH OR MYSTERY for the prestigious Smithsonian Series and the Motel Williams Show. Morgan's more recent and repeated appearances on Ron McConnell, Art Bell, Larry King, Tom Snyder's shows and countless more TV and radio programs certainly grabbed the attention of sympathetic and serious-minded seekers.

In 1991 Morgan penetrated the Caucasus Mountains, the Crimea, and finally sat in the shadow of the walls of the Kremlin of Moscow with a refugee Tibetan lama where he learned the answers to crucial questions: who are these elusive forest giants called bigfoot, yeti, alamasti, and sasquatch, what is their true relationship to other humans, and why does the survival of the human species depend upon their preservation?

In the early 21st Century, Morgan became involved in a case with an individual named "Bugs," a hunter from Texas who called the Art Bell show one night while Morgan was a guest and claimed he had shot two bigfoot creatures in the mid-1970's and buried the bodies somewhere in the Lone Star State. Bugs claims to have a map to the location which it is claimed was given to Bell, but Bell denies he has the map, and the map is to be released on the event of the mysterious hunter's death. Morgan claims to be the catalyst of the law passed in Skamania County, Washingtonin 1969 protecting the hunting or killing of a Bigfoot in that area. Morgan is considered by some to be quite controversial because of his views and he is considered by some researchers to not generally be well-respected by most researchers today.

External Links: http://www.trueseekers.org http://www.blogtalkradio.com/THEAARFSHOW

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 Post subject: Re: Robert W Morgan
PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2016 4:57 pm 
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He attended this year's Ohio Bigfoot Conference and was inducted into the Ohio Bigfoot Hall of Fame, and deservedly so. I was fortunate enough to meet him and got a signed copy of his Field Manual and a picture with him. His organization is releasing his Cassettes onto CD soon.

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