Michael Johnson is the driving force behind Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies. Michael came to Colorado in 1977 from northern Kansas. He instantly fell in love with the mountains and Colorado and has spent countless days and nights exploring its majesty.
Michael got started in this endeavor in the 1990’s after finding 17″ footprints in the snow at Rampart Range during Thanksgiving break. In the same location, Mike had a Class 1 Bigfoot sighting when he saw a male Sasquatch in person. This sighting was investigated by the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO).
Being very comfortable in the woods, Michael is well adapted to search for the legendary creature in the most remote areas of Colorado, in all four seasons. Mike is a family man and is very spiritual, whether it be his religion or his search for his Indian heritage. He is painfully honest, which has been his biggest challenge in this field, much to his surprise. Mike is interested in both the scientific side and spiritual side of the Sasquatch Equation, which makes him a unique individual in the field today.
The Pikes Peak Historical Society invites you to learn more about Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies at their monthly Chautauqua (free program) on Sunday, June, 11th at 2:00 pm at the Florissant Library. The Library is located adjacent to the Florissant Community Park on 334 Circle Drive in Florissant. This program is presented as a public service of the Pikes Peak Historical Society. Admission is free and refreshments are served. No reservation is required but arrive early, seating is limited. For more information call 719-748-8259 or 719-748-3861.
Source: Jeanne Gripp, Pikes Peak Historical Society