On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, the fellows of the Appalachian Institute for Hominology Studies are joined by Josh Moss, a researcher who uses GIS data and mapping software to analyze the Sasquatch mystery. 

Josh's professional background is in environmental science and archaeology, but in recent years he began to turn his attention to the discussion about Sasquatch in North America. Since becoming involved, Josh has created maps of several regions of the continent, particularly those showcasing data for specific states in the United States. Josh Moss joins us to discuss what kinds of trends his data analysis has revealed, and how they might reveal new information about the study of Sasquatch and its environment. 

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