Cooking with love!


Rob Shorey comes to us with more than just the basics pertaining to the outdoors. An expert survivalist and outdoorsman for over 3 decades in the field of tracking, his expertise in the pursuit of creatures, myths, and mysteries is invaluable to the organization. 


Biscardi’s first company relating to Bigfoot research was “Amazing Horizons Corporation” in 1971. Tom talks about how he got into Bigfoot research:

“I was watching John Carson in 1967, and I saw the first 8mm footage that Roger Patterson took of the Bluff Creek incident. I said to myself, ‘How the hell can we send a man to the moon, but we can’t find this creature’.”

“I went to the library and researched my predecessors, to see what kind of mistakes they had made, so that I could do better. I then started my own Bigfoot research company to stage expeditions to find the creature.”

The recent Burney Mountain sighting of Bigfoot is the fifth time I’ve seen Bigfoot in 32 years. I’ve always had the love for the myths, the unknowns, and mysteries. When I entered into my freshman year of high school, a guidance counsellor asked me what I wanted to be. I said ‘A palentologist of course, I love the study of fossils and bones.’”

Tom Biscardi’s favorite Biscardism is:

“Positive Attitude” Must Be Followed By “Positive Action” to Achieve….

Says Bicardi,

“There are two types of people, one finds a way,… one finds an excuse. I am the type of person who goes over, under, and around or through any obstacle that stands in my way!!! I can.. I will… I am going to!!! When the going gets tough, the tough get going! Every day and every way by the grace of God I am getting better and better!! I feel happy… I feel healthy… I feel terrific! After all, the mark of a person is not how far he runs from his problems, but how well he meets, faces and deals with those problems. That is truly the mark of a real human being. I can… I will… and I am going to succeed today!!!”

Another great Biscardisms is:

“Excuses are tools of incompetence to build monuments of nothing….”null