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“It really creeped me out…”


[As always, witness name and contact information is kept confidential]

The following report was submitted to Oregon Bigfoot on 10/17/11. The witness states that his sighting occurred in Macon County, NC, nearest town Highlands, near Highway 64 on August 05, 1995. It was late afternoon, 5 p.m., and the witness was in between Cliffside Recreation Area and Bridal [Veil] Falls. The boulder at the scene was fairly distinct as none of the others were even half its size. There was one witness, 29 years old at the time.

The most thorough field report I’ve ever seen… and a word about asshats.

Holy Cow! :D OB member Nancy just sent in her field report from her and Bill’s latest outing to the Shasta/Trinity area and boy, was it a doozy. Uploaded today are 16 pages worth of detailed field notes, 45 sound files and over 130 photographs of tracks and other evidence. This is, by far, the most detailed research report I’ve ever seen. Kudos, Nancy, to you for your dedication and incredible thoroughness! You are an amazing woman and a credit to our field!

Report Analysis #1: “Mother and child”

Most of us are pretty comfortable with the idea THAT bigfoot IS. That it exists. But WHAT is it?

That has been the main focus of my research for the last 20 years. I’ve come to some tentative conclusions about the nature of Sasquatch – but my conclusions are always tentative because the plain and simple truth is that we don’t know, and can’t possibly know, yet.  That said, sharing those conclusions with you without context and example would equate to asking you to simply “trust me”, based on 20 years of research, and I don’t feel that’s fair.

Bigfoot’s head: pointed or rounded?

More goodies from the database.

The fact that I have a text field on the submission form that allows the observer to state, IN THEIR OWN WORDS, the shape of the head brings some interesting data forward. The question on the report submission form is stated as follows: “Was the head rounded or pointed or ?”

The trouble is trying to get accurate numbers of round heads, pointed heads, egg-shaped heads, conical heads, oval heads, oblong heads… well, you get the picture.

A new way to find Bigfoot?

Sure. If scientists would believe their own data and start to take the subject seriously.

Autumn’s commentary below… in bold.

Read this one and weep.

Bigfoot’s favorite haunts revealed

London, July 7 : A team of scientists has applied ecological niche modelling to predict the mythical Bigfoot’s favorite haunts in the United States.

Conservation biologists often need to predict where rare species are capable of living – for selecting the best site for a national park, for example, or forecasting how badly a species’ range will suffer as the climate changes in the future.