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Dee McCullay is a Canadian born filmmaker, seen on Travel & Escape, Destination America, & TruTV (Paranormal Survivor). He is one of the leading Canadian paranormal documentarians having produced both Television and web series including Dark History. Dee is also a horror filmmaker, his multi-nominated horror films include Fallacious, Border Patrol, & Scars. He is also the Producer Director of the viral hit Sasquatch on Lake Superior I & II. Dee also creates music under ODDZ & is highly skilled in photography. He has also been seen in TV news, news articles, radio, podcasts, magazines & reviews.




I would say if you are getting into film the way I did, bypassing school and just going for it… it’s a tough life. There is no guild. It’s sheer will and determination. It’s getting up in the morning and being a do-er. It’s looking at your work and criticizing it to death and continually striving to make it better or top it. Never give up on the dream. Just don’t stop.

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Dee McCullay Premiering Northern Lights (A UFO Documentary) at TBay’s Culture Days

Dee McCullay, Producer/ Director of Northern Lights will be making a public appearance for the premiere of his newest film, NORTHERN LIGHTS (A UFO Documentary) during Thunder Bay’s Culture Days at Magnus Theatre on September 29, 2018 at 10:30 AM followed by a public Q&A on his filmmaking career.



Be sure to come check out this engaging and entertaining documentary before it’s official release, and join in this amazing public celebration of culture and the arts!

Check out the trailer in the hyperlink below!

Northern Lights (A UFO Documentary) Trailer

Founded in 2009, Culture Days is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a national network of cultural connections devoted to providing Canadians with opportunities to participate in, and appreciate, all forms of arts and culture. Through an annual three-day national celebration each September, hundreds of thousands of artists and cultural organizations in hundreds of cities and towns come together and invite Canadians to participate in free interactive and “behind the scenes” activities to discover their cultural spirit and passion. As a leading national voice for the active and engaged cultural life of all Canadians, Culture Days provides support, tools and resources to a wide variety of artists and cultural organizations to help them unite the country through engagement in culture.



Northern Lights A UFO Documentary – Trailer 

Catch Dee on September 5 with Jen Kruse of She-Squatchers to discuss Sasquatch on Lake Superior I & II at 10 PM EST

Rock 94 Interviews Dee McCullay on Northern Lights (A UFO Documentary) – July 13, 2018

Call out for Dee McCullay’s Northern Lights Documentary hits the News shelves – July 10, 2018



  DEE MCCULLAY ANNOUNCES NEW UFO DOCUMENTARY There has been something strange in the night sky over Northern Ontario in years passed, and it's not natural phenomena... Northern Lights (A UFO Documentary) ©2018 THUNDERSTRYKER FILMS/ Reject International It's true we've...

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June 16, 2018 2 MEN ENCOUNTER SASQUATCH - GIVE CHASE THE DUBREUILVILLE SASQUATCH Date: Sunday, June 10, 2018 Location: Hwy 519 between Dubreuilville & Hwy 17 2 men were traveling on highway 519 on Sunday afternoon, after a day of fishing, when they happened upon the...

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Dee McCullay – Sasquatch on Lake Superior News

Dee McCullay

CBC News: FilmMaker turns Camera to Sasquatch Legend

Dee McCullay Sasquatch on Lake Superior on Radio Canada: Un documentaire sur le Sasquatch du lac Supérieur

Dee McCullay on TBT News talking about the production and reception of Sasquatch on Lake Superior – Original Airing Date November 13, 2017 TBTNews

Dee McCullay Article – Documentary Explores Sasquatch Sightings in NW Ontario


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