This formula was used on the successful ‘Skookum Expedition” which yielded the famous “Skookum Cast”. It was also featured in the television shows “Close Encounters”, “Sasquatch, Legend Meets Science” (Discovery Channel) and many other expeditions.
Dr. Bambenek, aka. Dr. Juice, is a lifelong outdoorsman who has performed some groundbreaking research in the area of animal pheromones. Dr. Bambenek provided us with a pheromone blend that was created for the sole purpose of attracting a large primate. These pheromones may well have played an integral role in helping to attract a sasquatch into the area.
At 9:30 PM, we began our sound broadcasting protocol for the evening. Before dark, I had deployed a primate pheromone chip supplied
by BFRO curator Dr. Greg Bambenek. I was sitting about 30 or 40 yards away from that chip in an elevated observation platform about
15 feet off the ground. Suddenly, at about 11:30 PM, I heard heavy foot falls in the brush to my east. They startled me because they
sounded as if they were only 20 or 30 yards away and I did not hear them approach. The animal moved slowly north and south, pacing
back and forth. I strained in my night vision equipment to see something, but all I saw was brush. This behavior went on and on. It was
just pacing back and forth, moving very slowly. Occasionally I heard big sticks breaking under the foot falls. My mind began to race.