Shane Corson

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Shane Corson is a prominent figure in the realm of Bigfoot research, known for his involvement with the Olympic Project. He co-founded this group, which focuses on investigating and studying evidence related to the elusive creature in the Pacific Northwest, particularly around the Olympic Peninsula.

Corson’s passion for Bigfoot research was sparked at a young age and has since led him to become a key member of the Olympic Project. He has contributed extensively to field investigations, employing scientific methodologies and technology to gather data and evidence related to Bigfoot sightings and behaviors.

His dedication to the subject has earned him recognition within the Bigfoot research community, and his work with the Olympic Project has been instrumental in advancing our understanding of this cryptid creature. Corson’s commitment to rigorous investigation and his collaborative efforts with fellow researchers have made him a respected figure in the field of cryptozoology.