Todd M. Neiss, bigfoot witness turned researcher has been an active investigator for more than 24 years. In 1993, while conducting military training in the Oregon Coast Range, Neiss encountered three of these elusive giants. A former skeptic, Neiss’ life was forever changed that day.
Since then, he has conducted numerous expeditions and investigations with some of the leading experts in the field. Most recently, the American Primate Conservancy sponsored a full-scale expedition in the Broughton Archipelago; a cluster of uninhabited islands between the British Columbian mainland and Vancouver Island. Dubbed Operation: Sea Monkey, Todd assembled a renowned team of researchers for a 6-day excursion to explore these remote islands to search for evidence of Bigfoot.
Along with Diane, his wife and research partner, they plan on building a world-class Bigfoot Interpretive Center somewhere in the Pacific Northwest. This facility will house a museum, auditorium, conference center, laboratory, class rooms, exhibit hall and interactive displays. Currently, Todd is serving as an Active Duty Soldier in the United States Army and is a veteran of the Iraq War.