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The Faces of Bigfoot

Updated on November 16, 2009

Pacific Northwest Bigfoot

"We observed each other for a minute, when his expression when from curiosity to a scowl... I ran"
"We observed each other for a minute, when his expression when from curiosity to a scowl... I ran"
The sasquatch was behind a large boulder.
The sasquatch was behind a large boulder.

Working with Witnesses....

Is truly an honor to have the opportunity to work with individuals throughout the United States who have seen these fascinating creatures. All have been changed by the experience... Some radically. Witnesses have experienced uncontrolled crying, (men included), and many became so distraught they were physically sick for days. Many say they will never feel the same way about being in the woods after dark.

The question I get asked the most is: "What are they?"

I'd be lying if I said I knew. Their obvious intelligence is what astounds me and many other researchers.Their ability to avoid being caught on trail and thermal cams is legendary. Very recently on a research location here, in Texas, the trail cam was pushed downward to shoot two photos of the crushed rock driveway...and then righted again.

I also frequently get asked, "Why me"?" Why are they hanging around my house?" Or "Why did it step out into the road at that time?"  Again, I am at a loss... Sasquatches seem to choose certain people and circumstances to reveal themselves.


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    • Larry Fields profile image

      Larry Fields 

      7 years ago from Northern California

      Although I'm agnostic on the question of the big guy's existence, I'm open to that possibility. I did visit the BFRO website, and was impressed by the quality of the writing in the FAQs.

      The strongest argument I've seen is the analysis of limb-length ratios from the Patterson footage. And that rules out the man-in-the-gorilla-suit hypothesis.

      I don't know how good state-of-the-art special effects were in 1967. But if some kind of fakery was involved in the PGF, it must have cost a pretty penny.

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      8 years ago

      i think bigfoot is real.

    • KCC Big Country profile image


      8 years ago from Central Texas

      Very fascinating, I look forward to reading more from you on this topic. Thanks!


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