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He is also an accomplished jazz guitarist holding a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Long Beach.The field caller was born and raised in Manhattan Beach, California, and has been interested in bigfoot since the 1980s.In season four, the team traveled to China in search of the "yeren", and Nepal in search of the "yeti".Season 5 of Finding Bigfoot debuted on June 8, 2014, as opposed to November when the last two seasons started. The "Finding Bigfoot" cast and crew revisited California to attend the 50th anniversary festival while filming the 100th episode of the show. The 100th and finale episode was released on Animal Planet. Animal Planet has received criticism for Finding Bigfoot and Mermaids: The Body Found Several episodes of the first season received heavy criticism from the four 'Finding Bigfoot' members themselves, for the editing style that Animal Planet used, to make it appear that a horse and a person were unidentified by the team, and what they were remained unknown.After visiting all three witnesses, the team will collect the member who was doing the solo night investigation and select an area to do their final night investigation.For the final night investigation, the team usually devises a unique plan to try and attract a Bigfoot, usually involving noise or light, by using boats on a lake, or silent electric ATVs.
In 2014, Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia met Fay at Fenway Park before a game and gave him an autographed baseball bat with a Sasquatch logo on the bottom of it.
As a child, she and her father spent quality time together "squatching" and watching bigfoot movies.
An episode begins with the Finding Bigfoot team driving to a location on the trail of photographic, video, audio, or eyewitness evidence of a Bigfoot.
After the witnesses tell their encounter stories, they are asked to mark their sighting locations on a map, which the team then uses to look for a pattern of sightings.
The team will then visit three of the best-reported encounters, that are usually close to one another.