WHERE ARE ALL THE PICTURES?
"If Bigfoot exists, where are all the photographs?" This is the question most often asked about the bigfoot phenomenon. This Bigfoot photo and video gallery is an attempt to answer that question. Some of these are known hoaxes. Some are undetermined. Some you may have never seen before. One of them is one of the most famous images in the world. These are presented here for your consideration.
An odd photo on Flikr
This photo showed up on a Flikr account but has since been removed. Is it Bigfoot? See the photos and read the details >>here
THE zack hamilton bigfoot photo
Three Sisters Wilderness, OR, 1950's - Zack Hamilton brought some film in to be developed which showed a photo of a possible Sasquatch. He told the photolab worker that he was stalked by the creature; Hamilton never returned to pick up developed pictures. view enlargement | >> view report
The Patterson/Gimlin Film
On October 20, 1967, ex-rodeo cowboy Roger Patterson and partner Bob Gimlin filmed what appears to be a female Sasquatch traversing a sand bar in Bluff Creek. The film's authenticity has never been disproven. >>details...
The FREEMAN FOOTAGE
Paul Freeman, a USFS worker, claimed his first sighting in 1982. The veracity of Freeman's claims has been the subject of debate. However, Dr. Jeff Meldrum purchased Freeman's entire collection of foot casts for $2000, claiming the tracks contained dermal ridges. The date of this video is unknown.
The Snow Walker Footage
This footage was allegedly created by the producers of the UPN network TV show, Paranormal Borderland. It shows a dark figure stumbling around on a snowy hillside.
Don Keating's White Sasquatch Film
The Annette Crews Photograph
This photograph was taken in 1992 or 1993, by Annette Crews, 10 miles NE of Morton, WA. >>details
The Minnesota Iceman
In 1968, cryptozoologists Sanderson and Heuvelmans examined a purported "creature" corpse, frozen in ice, exhibited by Frank D. Hansen. The creature had been shot through the eye.
Due to the number of visitors and the cost of bandwidth, we are unable to make the complete gallery available on this page. However, in the >> media archives << , you'll find literally hundreds of photos, videos and documents related to bigfoot.
If you have a photo or video of what you believe to be a Bigfoot, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to digitally enhance all audio/video and images free of charge. Please note that OregonBigfoot.com does not offer monetary rewards for films or photographs. To do so encourages hoaxers.
Exclusive video and photos in our media archives include:
Jesse Cantu's SasquatchNW FilmEXCLUSIVE
July 1997 - While filming a swampy area in Pierce county, WA, Jesse Cantu noticed a large black figure standing in the grass. Three weeks later, he returned and filmed the same spot: there was nothing there. The area has a long history of bigfoot sightings. The video is available in the media archives.
Strange Footage from Texas EXCLUSIVE
This video was taken by researcher Lugo Raimondo on the Houston's Farm. If it's simply a "stump", why was it no longer there a few months later when the investigator returned? Available in the members' media archives.
BRAIDED TREEs EXCLUSIVE
This video footage filmed in Northern California shows unexplainable damage to trees we found in an area in which a long-term witness had ongoing encounters and we had some of our own... Available in the members' media archives.
DO NOT ENTER EXCLUSIVE
New video from British Columbian researcher Leo Selzer details strange tree formations, tree breaks, bark peelings and a possible track . Available in the members' media archives.
The Charleston, OR photo EXCLUSIVE
Find out more in our media archives.
DEADER THAN A DOORNAIL EXCLUSIVE
Coshocton County, Ohio is a well-known Bigfoot hotspot. In 2001, Robert Sutton came across nearly a dozen duck caracasses strewn about the ground and several lodged in trees. View the video, available in the members' media archives.
TRACKS IN THE SNOW EXCLUSIVE
In February 2001 near Molalla, Oregon we found tracks with a 3 1/2' stride on Poopanelly Creek Rd. View the video, available in the >> members' media archives.