From Nite Callers Radio
Todd Holliday grew up in central Minnesota where he and his brother spent a lot of time with their father, Pops, hunting, camping, and fishing throughout the whole state. Pops was handicapped so he was not able to take the boys into really remote areas. However, once Todd joined the Boy Scouts, he did canoe trips 50 miles into the BWCA Boundary waters canoe area; which encompasses the northeast east corner of the state bordering Lake Superior. Wetland, bog, rivers, lakes, and wilderness became a part of his world early on. Todd now resides in Oregon and arrived there after traveling across country from Wisconsin to Montana, then to Florida and back to Colorado. After Arizona, he made his way to northern California and up to Eugene Oregon. Todd is true adventurer and nationwide traveler.
He is currently staying at a Vets camp and is working on getting into a house there in order to have a base to work from. He then plans to explore the northwest corner of the country. After that, Todd will make his way to Alaska. Todd’s interest in bigfoot began with his first encounter at the head waters of the Mississippi. The headwaters form a large circle and where it bends to go south, it meets the Pine River. South of that, there are old abandoned Iron ore pits that fill with water after they dig down so deep and run into large springs. These pits are stocked with trout. Todd had a close encounter at one of these pits. He has had other encounters in states as well.