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10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty Bios

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Dan & Dave

Dan & Dave

DAN & DAVE
Native American Brothers

Daniel Greene is a paranormal junkie who works as a Youth Counselor. He had an experience with Bigfoot in his youth in Northern Michigan and since then he has researched Bigfoot throughout the years. Greene is also a very serious UFO hunter and has been for more than twenty years. He plans to use this experience to help find Bigfoot.

David Green works as a Security Officer. Green is positive that he has seen a real Bigfoot in the High Sierras just a few years ago.

Daniel and David Greene are Native American brothers who are lifelong believers of Bigfoot. They plan to implement their native culture to draw Bigfoot in, including use of sweet grass, smudging and native blessings. Both brothers work in the incarceration system and believe that their experience in observing inmate populations is invaluable, while their Native American heritage also gives them a distinct advantage in hunting Bigfoot.