posted on Jul, 6 2013 @ 07:55 PM
For those who are not aware of the fact, bigfoot very well do exist. I suppose for many it will take seeing one to believe, and that is slightly
understandable. But all one must do is look at the plethora of credible evidence to conclude that sasquatch do exist. At the very least, someone who
is aware of all the evidence available should not be able to dismiss the phenomenon as anything but what eyewitnesses claim it is, namely a giant
The author of this article apparently does not know too much about the subject, as is obvious by many of the claims that were made. The fact that this
sasquatch was white or grey is not unusual in the least. The majority of these animals are of a brown or reddish brown color, some darker than others,
but white and grey are fairly common, just not as common as the darker colors. And bigfoot are found throughout the US and NA, not just in the PNW. Of
course there are going to be more sightings there, considering the sheer amount of forested land, as well as the large numbers of potential witnesses
who frequent these wooded areas.
But I had my sighting in Texas, and the majority of states have a grouping of sightings. It makes sense considering the sheer amount of unpopulated
and unvisited forested land available in most states. For instance, people do not tend to think about the actual amount of acreage we are talking
I have done much research into the subject of sasquatch, especially after my encounter, and it has become obvious to me that those who say there is no
evidence available are simply mistaken. Bias also runs deep, and many are opposed to the idea for their own reasons. But they would be wrong, and they
will be proven to be wrong in due time. But it is hard to document an animal that is both elusive, similar to other animals in NA, but who is also
intelligent. It does not take much to avoid a human in the woods, as sasquatch can see, hear, or smell us coming long before we can see them. In fact,
it seems they sometimes simply remain still, utilizing their natural camouflage and taking advantage of the fact that it is hard for us to see things
in thick woods unless there is accompanying movement.
There are great arguments for EVERY single statement a detractor can make regarding the existence of these animals, and I myself have made many of
these types of arguments several times, although not much on ATS. This site is not a very good one for bigfoot researchers to share and collaborate,
but sometimes there are interesting threads on the subject. During my research I have learned of the sheer amount of local monster stories across the
continental US, and looking into the specifics and testimony of those who experienced interactions of some sort with said monster, it has become
apparent that many times sasquatch is responsible for the activity.
Even some Native American tribes attributed ghostly traits to sasquatch, but like us, it is due to a lack of understanding. For instance, these
animals can move quite silently, which makes sense, and they can almost disappear quickly. Well, it seems that they disappear, but they simply utilize
cover in a very clever way. And they do it fast. Like other types of primates, sasquatch likely have the ability to look at a scene or situation much
faster than a human. Sort of like how researchers can flash numbers all at once to a chimp, and have it respond with the correct sequence the number
appeared. Most people could not do this, simply because the numbers are not visible for a long enough period of time. So a sasquatch can likely peek
out from behind a tree and take in more information than we would normally think they could.
There are many more little tidbits of sasquatch information that need to be learned by researchers, because this lack of understanding is part of the
reason why we have not documented them yet. But the truth is that there is both much physical and anectdotal evidence, including thousands upon
thousands of eyewitness sightings. And contrary to popular belief, mainstream science is not out there attempting to document sasquatch. Why would
they, when most scientists are already biased towards the idea to begin with?
And not to mention that all researchers that I know of have been going about this in the wrong way. If anyone has seen the Finding Bigfoot show, they
will be familiar with the methods that most researchers use. And those methods are not likely to work. There is little incentive for a sasquatch to
approach humans in the woods, period. And usually they will not purposefully get close enough to allow for us to get good visual evidence. It is not
that they know what we are doing, as they probably don't care, they just don't have any reason for allowing us to get close to them. This is partly
because of their intelligence, but it is probably mostly just instinctual. Instinct alone can produce great things in the animal world, so think of
that with intelligence as well...