2019 MHMC Guest Speakers > Dr. Rob Alley
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Dr. Rob Alley

As a retired adjunct professor, Anatomy and Physiology, University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan., Dr. J. Robert Alley has 50 years of interest in sasquatches in western Canada, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. A physical therapist since 1974, he also holds degrees in anthropology (Manitoba:1971) and a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine (CMCC-Toronto:1983). In 1974-75 he worked with the late Rene Dahinden investigating the original Patterson-Gimlin film and police sightings of sasquatches in Washington State and throughout western Canada. From 1989 until 2019, he has been an Alaskan field investigator with an interest in reported behavior, hair, tracks as well as native oral traditions. Author of “Raincoast Sasquatch - The Bigfoot/Sasquatch Records of Southeast Alaska, Coastal British Columbia & Northwest Washington from Puget Sound to Yakutat” (2003), Dr. Alley has also made appearances on documentaries and internet radio. Currently conducting research and field investigations in Clackamas County, Oregon and the Pacific NW, Rob may be contacted through roballey18@gmail.com or at Rob Alley/Facebook.