|Date of Birth||1935, Ohio, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Robert W. Morgan rates highly as one of the single most passionate, dedicated and controversial of Bigfoot true seekers. Robert graduated from Lincoln High School in Canton, Ohio in 1954. Morgan first saw Sasquatch in March, 1957 and became involved in full-time research on Bigfoot in 1969. He has participated in numerous expeditions to find Sasquatch. In 1974 Robert founded the American Anthropological Research Foundation (AARF), which is an organization committed to researching and documenting everything pertaining to Bigfoot. In addition, Morgan is the executive director of AARF. Moreover, Robert has served as the host of the weekly radio program the AARF Show. Morgan has made guest appearances on various talk shows that include Art Bell, Larry King, Tom Snyder, and Ron McConnell. Robert appeared as himself in the TV special "Monsters! Mysteries or Myths?," the fantastic documentary "Bigfoot: Man or Beast?," and the sadly lackluster "The Mysterious Monsters." Morgan not only wrote and directed the offbeat and intriguing backwoods horror cult favorite "Blood Stalkers," but also acts in the film as a nasty redneck psycho. He wrote the script for William Grefe's enjoyable killer shark opus "Mako: The Jaws of Death." Robert frequently lectures at colleges and universities all across America. Robert W. Morgan lives in White Fish, Montana.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders