Billy Willard, CEC, CES Director
Billy Willard is president of an environmental consulting firm and has an education in environmental science. He oversees various types of environmental assessment and cleanup projects (e.g., leaking underground petroleum tanks, environmental site assessments, and soil/groundwater remediation) and has been in this profession for over 18 years. Billy is an OSHA HAZWOPER Supevisor and holds many other credentials. Billy became interested in the Bigfoot phenomena early in life as a kid after watching such movies as the Legend of Boggy Creek and the Creature From Black Lake. In 2005, Billy and his son's Josh and Tim formed Sasquatch Watch of Virginia. Billy is currently director of Sasquatch Watch of Virginia.
Billy hosts an internet radio program every Tuesday night at 9 pm Eastern on the Blogtalk Radio Network called Sasquatch Watch Radio. Each week he has guests from around the world that include Bigfoot researchers and eyewitnesses. The past shows are archived and available for listening.
Billy has been a speaker at many conferences, those which include the Ohio Bigfoot Conference, the East Coast Bigfoot Conference, the Chautauqua Lake Bigfoot Expo, Cabela's "Strange, Rare and Unusual Sightings", Creature Weekend and numerous other events in the State of Virginia.
Billy has investigated many sighting locations and interviewed many eyewitnesses since 2005. Billy has also logged many hours in field research.
Billy can be reached at www.SasquatchWatch.org, by email at email@example.com, or at the Sasquatch Watch of Virginia Hotline at (703) 445-4287.
Brandon, Co-Director & Investigator
Doug Mulkey- Co-Director & Investigator
great pride in the professionalism and confidentiality of the group along with the scientific field research conducted. He believes that we can study and prove the existence of these creatures without the need to kill one. He encourages anyone who has had a sighting or an encounter with a bigfoot within the state to share their story with us.
Pete Wilson, Investigator
everything in motion, including reading John Greens book "Sasquatch: The apes among us", the rest is history. Pete enjoys family time, fishing, hunting, hiking, camping and off-roading which all works well for bigfoot research. Over the years he has found footprints and heard suspected bigfoot vocalizations but an actual visual encounter has eluded him thus far. He enjoys his time out of doors and meeting with fellow researchers as they work together to try and prove the greatest mystery of our time. To contact Pete, go to http://montanabigfoot.weebly.com/
Adam Frye, Investigator
Adam Frye lives in the Shenandoah Valley with the Shenandoah National Park in his backyard. He has spent alot of time deployed with the various battalions of the 116th Infantry Regiment. At home he works for a construction supply company. He spends the rest of his time with his wife and children. He has been interested in Bigfoot ever since watching shows about it on TV around the age of 12. When talking to his neighbor, he was amazed to hear that he had seen one only a mile from his home. His neighbor wasn't sure what it was. Adam printed out some pics of Bigfoot drawings off the internet at school and when he showed him the reaction was "Oh my god...that's what it was!". That was his first Bigfoot investigation. Fast forward ten years and he took a digital camera to the area and he found signs of what he believes to be a latrine area. Alot of the pics can be seen here on the Sasquatch Watch of Virginia photo section. He has continued to find more possible evidence to this day. He has recently purchased a microscope to study hair and has a plan for collecting it. Adam keeps in constant contact with the W.V.B.I.G. He believes that sharing ideas and techniques helps out in this research. In addition he believes that habitualization is the answer in discovering this elusive creature and does not support killing the creature to prove it's existence.
Garry Kendrick, Investigator
Jason Willard, Investigator
Jason Willard has spent most of his life living in Prince William County. He is an Assistant Manager at a grocery store. In his spare time he enjoys time with his wife Renee and his three precious kids. Jason has always been interested in bigfoot and the unexplained. In October 2008 he had his own encounter in Prince William County which has him really excited. Whenever given the chance he is willing to stay out all night to investigate.
Tom L became interested in the possibility of an uncataloged ape-like creature with friends who enjoy hiking and studying wildlife in the outdoors. He first became interested interested in the phenomenon with a client who has developed into a close friend. Tom feels that the biggest return on this hobby is the opportunity to further enjoy the outdoors with friends.
Charlie P., Investigator
Charlie is a retired police detective with 27 years of investigative experience. Charlie became interested in the Bigfoot phenomenon during the 1979 investigation of the Mount Vernon Monster. Charlie lives in the Haymarket, VA area and loves the outdoors.
J.S. Harrison, Investigator
J. S. Harrison became fascinated with the Sasquatch/Bigfoot Phenomenon at a young age. He is a Native of Southwest Virginia and enjoys hunting & other outdoor activities in his free time. His research in cryptozoology peaked after his sighting of a "Black Panther" several years ago. He also has a great interest in paranormal research and had a hair raising encounter with the "Shadow People" at Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Ky. He holds an Associates Degree in Applied Science.