Last weekend I interviewed Glenn, a Bigfoot hunting expert. Here are some highlights and quotes from our conversation.
Tell me a little bit about your day-to-day job and responsibilities.
– Computer Systems Engineer
– St. Luke’s Health System
– Maintain computer systems, especially virtual
– Run applications to support health care
What types of communities are you involved in?
– Elk’s Club
– Ghost hunting/Bigfoot hunting/Alien group
– Man Club/Drinking Club
– Family community
What are some of your favorite hobbies and interests?
– Biggest one: reading
– Collect guns
– Make costumes
– Bigfoot hunting
– Ghost hunting
– Alien hunting
– Motorcycle riding
– Shooting guns
– Power armor
What is your dream job?
– Holy smokes, I’ve never thought of that.
– Sitting on a beach?
– I don’t actually like having to do things.
– As soon as you consider it a job, it’s no longer fun.
– Owning a motorcycle/car shop/garage
– Tools! Tools! Tools!
What about Bigfoot hunting is particularly interesting to you?
– I think it’s [life] boring without the mystery.
– I like the idea of the unknown.
– Investigating things that aren’t um… concrete.
– Outside the realm of boring.
Can you give me any background information involving Bigfoot hunting?
– So I’ve always been pretty open minded [about Bigfoot], yet skeptical.
– I may not believe in it, but I don’t rule it out entirely.
– Why not?
– It disgusts me how people think we know everything
– We discover new things every day.
– Humans are just so wrong.
Can you tell me about a specific incident involving Bigfoot?
– Pear tree.
– Bite patterns, DNA samples, hair.
– Tall grass
– Indention of toe prints.
– Things we don’t notice in our day-to-day interaction with the world.
Tell me what everyone should know about Bigfoot.
– People discount the idea of Bigfoot because of pop culture.
– Life has become so boring because we think we know everything.
– Truth of the matter is… we discover new things every day.
– So I guess you can keep an open mind.