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On the Show — Aleksandar Petakov


Gene Steinberg

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Aleksandar Petakov.pngAleksandar Petakov is a documentary filmmaker, adventurer and avid outdoorsman constantly searching for the unknown. Traveling across North America and the world, Aleksandar has looked into various Cryptozoological creatures like Sasquatch, the Loch Ness Monster, the Lake Champlain Monster, Mystery Big Cats as well as other Fortean phenomena and mysterious places like the Bridgewater Triangle and done many documentaries on these topics and more. Aleksandar has chronicled over 50 Bigfoot sightings in his home state of New Hampshire. He is a Small Town Monsters crew member and has searched far and wide for Sasquatch in the “Bigfoot: Beyond the Trail” documentary series on YouTube which has amassed over 11 million collective views on the platform.

His most recent film on YouTube: The Alaska Bigfoot Highway: Bigfoot Beyond the Trail

Cohost this week: Tim Swartz.

Updated! Recording Date (including After The Paracast):
Thursday, August 31 at at Noon Pacific (2:00 PM Central)
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Broadcast and Streaming Date:
September 3
 
Aleksandar has an extraordinary knowledge of the strange creatures in our midst, and provided fascinating stories and the history of Bigfoot research around the world during our main episode and After The Paracast.

For someone so young (like 30), he's got a wealth of experience.
 
Interesting and knowledgable guest. I do question the sasquatch researchers who do look at it from a strictly flesh and blood perspective though. From my opinion there's too many cases that have a level of high strangeness to simply ignore that aspect of it and I find it troubling that a lot of researchers believe the first hand stories that fit in with their flesh and blood narrative but simply refuse to acknowledge those that don't fit in with that narrative.
 
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