Many have tried to locate Bigfoot ON foot, looking and listening for him (NOTE: Subscribers may not be able to hear Bigfoot, but they can still listen to this show!), but few have succeeded. One researcher has decided that the best way to find this elusive creature is to fly overhead, low and slow, which means using a blimp.
If a drone can spy on you, it can spy on Bigfoot too. Anthropologist Jeffrey Meldrum plans to fly a remote-controlled blimp containing a thermal imaging camera over the mountainous areas of the Western US. The aerial evidence will be sent to teams on the ground that would "try to make contact." Meldrum thinks that Bigfoot may have descended from a giant ape that once inhabited Asia and crossed the Bering land bridge to North America.
In Reuters, Laura Zuckerman quotes him as saying, "The challenge with any animal that is rare, solitary, nocturnal and far-ranging in habitat is to find them and observe them in the wild; this technology provides for that."
Will tomorrow bring more proof that Bigfoot is real--or that aliens are here? Whitley knows that the Visitors are here and he has since the beginning. He came up with a solution to the question of who and what they are.