They go by the name Bigfoot or Sasquatch ….

Who are they? Are they really out there? How could a large 9’ tall, 800 pound Bigfoot live a secret life in our North American forests? Without undisputed proof of their existence, they are one of the world’s biggest mysteries!

Our North American Native Indians have reported seeing them for thousands of years. They describe Bigfoots as another tribal people, like brothers living side by side. Some think they evolved in Europe along with humans and other hominids, eventually migrating across the Alaskan land bridge with North American Natives. There are ancient pictures (pictographs) on North American cliffs and cave walls depicting Bigfoot. Who drew them? Not sure anyone really knows but they are in fact thousands of years old. How do you explain all of this?

As far as proof, there have been thousands of people all over North America who say they have seen them and there have been many more sightings around the world. Scientists have collected plaster casts of footprints they claim were made by Bigfoot. Samples of hair and scat have been collected and analyzed with inconclusive results, though some say they are from an unknown primate. There have been pictures and videos taken of Bigfoot, but most people do not consider them proof.  The most famous film is the Patterson - Gimlin film taken in northern California, 1967. You will have to consider all this information and make up your own mind whether or not Bigfoot is at home in our North American forests!

From eye witness reports, the following are Bigfoot attributes:

·         7 to 10 feet tall

·         3 feet wide at their shoulders

·         Weighs in at 600 to 1000 pounds

·         Hair 3 to 4 inches long, colors vary from black, brown, blond, reddish, gray

·         Human like facial features

·         Bi-pedal with running speeds from 30 to 35 mph

·         Thick neck, has to turn shoulders to move head side to side

·         Dark color skin, large eyes

·         Arms hang down to knees

·         Foot print similar to humans, 16 to 22 inches long

·         Excellent swimmer and climber

·         Average daylight vision, excellent night vision

·         Diet similar to bears, omnivore

·         Habits include: rock throwing, stick knocking, howling, whistling, chatter talk, makes

           tepee like tree structures and stacks rocks