J. Robert Alley

Dr. J. Robert Alley has researched Sasquatch for more than 40 years.  Working with leading Bigfoot investigators, Alley has focused on forensic evidence, eyewitness reports, and historical Native lore.

As a field investigator, the Alaska resident has examined reports from Canada, the Pacific Northwest, and Florida.  He also has analyzed Washington state police reports of Sasquatch sightings.

Dr. Alley is a retired professor of Anatomy and Physiology at University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan.  He holds degrees in anthropology and physical therapy from University of Manitoba, and Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

“Raincoast Sasquatch” is an excellent and enjoyable introduction that brings readers up-to-speed on the Pacific rainforest Sasquatch with rich background, sketches, first-hand reports, and Native beliefs.  Dr. Alley presents his investigations with an expert’s perception and a page-turning style that will engage even skeptics.

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