Bigfoot Researcher Bob Schmalzbach

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JavaBob is a 61 year old business man and entrepreneur now living in Northern California. Bob recently retired from a twenty plus year career in the High Tech field where he worked as an Equipment Engineering Manager for companies as diverse as; AT&T (Bell Labs-Technology Division), Honeywell, and Integrated Device Technology. He has a “hands on”, scientific approach to problem solving and a strong creative side. His passion has been for developing and running small businesses. Examples of these businesses are; Bob’s Main Street Market, Independent Grocer’s Services, Indian Creek Café, and JavaBob’s Bigfoot Deli. Bob was a member of the Technical Advisory Board for De Anza College, the founder and first President of the Happy Camp Fire Safe Council, the President of the Happy Camp Chamber of Commerce, and he served as a founding member of the Siskiyou County Fire Safe Council. Bob, along with his wife Vickie, worked as Co-Chairman of an ad hoc committee to write the bill that got Public Law 94-142, Education of All Handicapped Children Act passed into law in 1975, and to this day remains very active in working with “special people” through out his community. JavaBob is the author of Monsters Myths and Me, available at Amazon.com. A book that chronicles his experiences as a field researcher attempting to find empirical evidence of the existence of the creature commonly referred to as “Bigfoot”. He also writes and distributes a monthly electronic magazine titled Foot Prints in Your Mind, a collection of articles and odd facts from around the world and pertaining to all things paranormal. – www.searchingforbigfoot.com

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