Barry Webster Bigfoot Paranormal Interview (Photo and audio by Thomas Halek)
Corker Johnston was born on June 2, 1972 in Braham, Minnesota. He is a father, brother, uncle, artist, author, paranormal researcher, CEO and founder of R.C.P.S. Rush City Paranormal Society. He grew up in Rush City, Minnesota and attended the Jacobson Elementary and Rush City High School. While attending elementary school, he was awarded a special scholarship at the Art Institute of Minneapolis, where he eventually earned an Associate of Arts Degree in art. Over the years, as a hobby, he did portraits, auto detailing and murals. While attending high school, he enjoyed being in the choir. His over exuberance for fun never eluded him. In shop class, while cutting a car in half, his buddy accidentally started a fire and almost burned the classroom up. In a teenage altercation at the school parking lot, he was involved in a miniature demolition derby. Corker said, “Those were some of the crazy things I accomplished during my teenage years.”
Corker has 1 sister, Sheila, and 3 brothers, Mark, Todd and Clinton. He has 3 children, Cory Jr., Tatyanna and Cylan. Tatyanna has co-authored 2 books with Corker and Cylan is working on becoming a recording artist. When Corker’s nephew, Duddy, was asked what he thought of his uncle he replied, “I can’t ever recall a dull moment when uncle Corker is around.” Duddy suggested to ask his uncle about a certain doll they had given a Mohawk to and named her Mrs. T.. When Cocker was asked about it, he replied, “ Wow, that was a long time ago, but we got in big trouble for that one, the doll was my sisters.” Duddy also said, “His uncle always has a unique way of expressing himself, through his art or writing books.” When Corker’s brother Todd was asked about him, he got a smile on his face and said, “Corker was 7 years younger, and as kids he was always getting in the way.”
Corker’s interest in the paranormal started when he was a kid. In the house, he grew up in he saw a ghost and heard noises above his room. His x-wife whom he had been with for twenty-four years is gifted paranormal researcher. He said, “ She has crazy abilities and can dream about something before it happens.” Cocker started the R.C.P.S. Rush City Paranormal Society in 2008. He has thousands of followers and 8 active investigators. When asked if he is afraid of spirits or demons he replied, “I am more afraid of the living than the dead.” He has been on several talk radio shows. Below is a video of a talk he had with Scott Tepperman and Paul Bradford of GHI Ghost Hunters.
GHI Ghost Hunters
As a writer he has written 2 books about his paranormal investigations, Acheri Demon Haunting: The True Story of Paranormal Case 263 and Case 263: Aliens & Demons.
In the future, Cocker plans to do something with the paranormal and kids on TV. Write another book on a case in Canada. Adapt one of his books into a screenplay and produce a paranormal TV show, touring the United States interviewing clients on their paranormal experiences.