Les battles extreme wind.
Tierra del Fuego: Wind Storm
Les faces a fire ant infestation.
Grenada Jungle: Fire Ants
Les creates a shelter from the rain.
Grenada Jungle: Surviving A Rainstorm
Les has a close call on horseback.
Tierra del Fuego: Transportation Troubles
Les makes his own fishing gear. Will he catch dinner?
Frigate Island: Fishing For Dinner
Les uses a found lighter, wood and a rubber shoe to build a fire.
Frigate Island: Making Fire
Les journeys to a remote community in British Columbia where sightings of the Bukwas, or Sasquatch, are common and belief in the creature is a given not a myth.
The Legend of the Bukwas
As Les prepares to venture up a trail that has had reported sightings of the Bukwas, he finds an interesting and inexplicable display of bones and flattened grass.
Strange Sighting on the Shore
Les uses his tracking skills and keen observation of the big picture to explain what caused some strange signs in the woods that some might consider “mysterious.”
The Power of Suggestion
Les looks over a vast forrest noting there is certainly room for an intelligent creature to go undetected, but proving whether it exists or not belongs in the hands of scientists performing observation based science.
The Burden of Proof
No matter what he’s looking for, Les’ first objective is to survive in the bush. He talks about how he will ration his supplies for his night on the mountain, and reflects on what he’s seen so far.
I'm a Survivalist
Les knows that sometimes evidence can be misleading. By casting bear tracks he demonstrates how the bear’s steps can often be mistaken for a Bigfoot footprint.
Les believes the only way to prove Bigfoot’s existence is with scientific evidence, not anecdotes. He hides a battery of high tech, infrared, motion cameras to potentially catch something on film, covering his tracks along the way.
High Tech Observation
Science dictates the need for statistics about the mystery of Bigfoot for Les, so he uses his survival skills to hike deep into the mountain and search for caves or other shelters that could hold clues to its existence.
Let's Go Exploring
Les reviews a Bigfoot tracker’s evidence caught on film, and explains how "pareidolia" - the psychological phenomena of seeing human faces in objects might be responsible.
Curious, But No Smoking Gun
Les visits a Bigfoot hotspot in East Texas, and lays out a battery of high tech equipment in a controlled environment to gather something definitive during his stay.
Les Goes High-Tech in a Hotpot