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Using his spotting scope to observe a far off clearing, Russell has just seen the most compelling sight in his 40 years as a Bigfoot researcher: a massive dark figure standing up and walking away on two feet into the treeline! As Russell begins the mile-long trek towards where he saw the figure, Mireya and Autumn continue to explore the river in the team’s newly-narrowed target zone. Mireya spots a promising print in the sandy bank, but after some examination, she determines it to be a bear that double-stepped. When Russell completes his journey, he discovers that the creature was heading directly towards the federally protected land, where the team cannot enter. He calls Ronny and Mireya on radio and sets up a rendezvous at basecamp to coordinate the hunt. The team is shocked by the footage, especially Mireya, who confirms that the creature is not a bear. All four team members immediately take off in pursuit.

For the first time in history, an elite team of investigators use an advanced data algorithm to analyze five decades of Bigfoot sightings to pinpoint when and where to encounter the elusive beast. Armed with the results and state-of-the-art technology, they journey deep into the unforgiving Oregon wilderness to prove once and for all that Bigfoot is real.
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