Any time I see a podcast with David Paulides on it, I download it. Always entertaining. However, I don't believe in Bigfoot/Sasquatch etc. It's still entertaining to me. If you listen to early podcasts, when Paulides first started his books, he attributed these disappearances to sasquatch. It seems he's changed his tune now. Also, do these people really exist? Books on his website are expensive, I'd like to get one, might get the compendium before the end of the year. Looking at other online sites, they are twice or three times what he charges on his site. He's hinted at, and many others have, that if sasquatch was acknowledged, they would be immediately endangered, and protected. Supposedly they're all over the western hemisphere, and possibly in the eastern hemisphere. For the USA, the confirmation of their existence would shut down the logging and tourism industry. Again, I don't believe this theory, but that's Paulides reason as to why the park service won't comply with his FOIA requests. I didn't check to see if they have a national database of missing visitors, but I would think it would behoove them to do that. If you want to be entertained, and tell ghost stories around the campfire, I would definitely check out his interviews. BTW, I believe in a county in either Washington or Oregon, it is illegal to kill a sasquatch. This ordnance was passed to prevent people from accidentally shooting a hoaxer confused but some bigfoot nuts will swear up and down that that is proof of the federal government acknowledging the existence of sasquatch. Be careful looking for podcasts or articles etc, a lot of these people are downright nuts. Teleporting sasquatches, with telepathic powers that knock on trees to mess with us... Entertaining though.