Evidence Of A Predator

We find bigfoot evidence of a large predator throughout Colorado on our investigations.

These are some of the examples of what we find often. I have three sets of bones in my freezer ready to be tested at any time to anyone willing to foot the bill.  These bones could very well contain the DNA of the culprit.

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This unique collection of Elk bone evidence was obtained at a recent investigation of a new location in Central Colorado.
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Recently, Robin Roberts and three guest investigators saw three Sasquatches in this area.
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Dave Ottke and Michael Johnson revisited the area with the two guest investigators, Joe and Jeff, in October of 2013.
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Dave and Michael saw two Sasquatches one evening as well, which were black in color.
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Unfortunately, no good photos were obtained.
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This is on a steep north slope with a stream that drains into a deep ravine.
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This is a collection of their findings.
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Photo one is a large X clearly marking to other Sasquatches that the area is occupied.
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Photo two is a small Elk jaw bone found behind the X.
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Photo three is a larger Elk skull found with three vertebrate near the X.
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Photo four is Elk skull cracked in half laterally like a nut.
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We presume to access the brain cavity. This is unique.
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I have found 5 skulls last year at our NW Elk camp location and none of them were broken in this fashion.
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Photo five is a large Elk bone with meat still on it from a more recent kill.

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Bigfoot Predator Evidence Bone

This Elk bone was found in Utah by Brad Corless near his Sasquatch research area in the High Uinta’s.
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Please note the spiral fracturing of the bone and no teeth marks, which is often associated with a Sasquatch type of kill.
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We believe this is due to their twisting of the bone to get to the prized bone marrow.
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This type of fracturing with no teeth marks is found frequently in Colorado as well, especially at our Central Colorado location.
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These are photos of predation within our research area from the last trip.
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Deer, elk, turkeys and rabbits are consumed by our friends to survive no different than we would.
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Generally, our research has shown small, younger animals are preferred eaten bones and all for the calcium and marrow.
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Plus, little evidence is left.
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The deer legs and elk are always broken the same.
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The hair is not consumed for the most part.
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This is the first head I found and it was near their home location.
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Photo one is year old cow bones
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Photo two is deer leg with signature Sasquatch break
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Photo 3 shows two legs from a fawn and hair pile.
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Photo 4 shows a freshly consumed rabbit, all that is left is the skull an me fur.
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Ants are found on the skull cap.
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Photo 5 shows signature deer leg break with deer skull
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Photo 6 shows deer legs from same animal as in  photo 5 with 10 feet of each other

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The first set appears to be sheep is my thought based on its size,shape and structure.
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2500 head of sheep come through this area annually and the feast is on.
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We find new sheep bones almost every year. They are often accompanied by a feather.
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In photo one these bones are graced with the presence of a Stellar’s Jay feather.
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These bones appear to be severely broken at the joints and thoroughly gnawed on as well.
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This could very well be an instance of Sasquatch predation.
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Our Northwest location contains a large ravine. It is steep and deep.
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Two streams converge above and funnel into a deep ravine below.
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As these streams drop off the ravine gets steeper and steeper along its walls.
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It is almost impossible to negotiate with out a rope or harness. It creates a natural choke point.
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Anything coming up the valley from below must negotiate the choke point.
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This is the killing field. Elk are funneled up the lower portion of the ravine to the choke point and killed there.
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I have seen three full grown cows calling to their calves below in the ravine.
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They never came out even after hours of calling. Eventually, they leave without them.
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These three photos are of a small Elk calve that was consumed in the lower portion of the ravine.
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It was found under a pine tree in the choke point. All that was left was hair and hooves.
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No bones, no ribs, no skull, no neck, no legs. It is like it was consumed bones and all.
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It was not up in the tree, nor was it covered up. It lay in the open under the tree.
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Bears and Mountain Lions often cover their kills. This was not the case.
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The interesting thing is these young bones contain marrow, which is a coveted food source along with the liver is our thought.

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Central Colorado Bigfoot Evidencer 11/04/12 by Michael Johnson

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These are just a few of 30 odd pictures I have of lower deer legs I have found in one area in Central Colorado that is about 1 acre.
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No other parts of the deer are found.
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Not the head, the body, just this.
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They appeared to be broken off, not cut.
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They have teeth marks eventually from many animals, but not cut marks, so I leave them.
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The most important part is where I find them.
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I find them in a line or off a trail used by the Sasquatches in the area.
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It mirrors the road and is about 30 feet in in the heaviest of woods.
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It is also in a ravine.
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It mirrors the road and is about 30 feet in in the heaviest of woods.
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I find new ones there all the time. I find my food plates in there as well.
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I found a dead dog there too covered up with sticks this Memorial day.
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This a place the Sasquatches leave what they don’t want and the Turkey vultures, Coyotes, Ravens and Crows know it too.
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I have been followed by them in this area many times.
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In fact, I camp right by it now…

The natural world is a tough world. It is ruthless, but efficient. If you pay attention to the signs, you can learn a lot about what they are telling you. This is where SIR excels as a group in the field.


These photos were found on a recent three day outing conducted in our Central Colorado location by Mike Johnson and Dave Ottke. This is like nothing I have ever found in relationship to fecal matter in the woods. It is unique and different on many levels.

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First, it was found on an old 4 x 4 trail near one of our Sasquatch locations when I accidentally kicked it.
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It was in the road accompanied with hair on the ground in a sandy area.
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What is so intriguing to me is the hair was mostly grey with some of it tapered.
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One strand of this hair was in the poop itself.
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This hair was very similar to the hair collected from the nest in NW Colorado.
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Some of the hairs were thinner, with the gray hairs more coarse just like they are on me.
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It was almost as if the culprit used the ground as a means to remove the fecal matter from its rear extremities.
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Finally, the large poop was seven inches long and three inches around.
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In other worlds, it is quite imposing.
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It is covered in an unusual skin or membrane coating I have never seen in my 38 years in the woods.
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I have been followed by them in this area many times.
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This skin is almost mucous like and is cracking.
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Its size, location, and its make up make it worth investigating further.
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I have sent for assistance in its origins and identification to the science world.
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It is quite human in appearance, except for its size and skin.
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It is an excellent find I am pleased to present to you.
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Photo one shows the compacted area with the hair present on the ground.
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Photo 2 shows the under side of the turd with the skin cracking, the width and girth.
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Photos 3 and 4 the top side with skin and the length.
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Please note other reports from other organizations in Colorado have found this type of evidence in the past with an unusual feces specimen with a skin, but nothing more became of it.
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We intend to get answers if we can and share the results with you.

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The photo below is of a large pile of scat that was found in dense woods in 2010. In fact, we left it not really knowing its significance.

I e-mailed the photo to Dr Jeff Meldrum and he said he thought was either Sasquatch or Bear. With this in mind, I drove
four hours up the next day on a Sunday and 4 hours back to collect it.

It is full of elk hair with a few long, black curly hairs in it. It was difficult to find the next day in the dense undergrowth and
heavy downfall.

Sasquatch Scat From CO Research Location 1

Sasquatch Scat From CO Research Location 2

Things of note is the white parasite in it. This is in the middle of the large pile.
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Thus, it was quite fresh. It smelled like a Sasquatch and it was not very old.
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The Sasquatches prey on Elk in this area and are quite successful hunters.
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I have seen many a cow come out of the ravine without its calf.
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The mothers call for hours, but the calve never made it out of the ravine.
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This is the reality of the forest. The predators must eat and they do. It is the natural cycle of things.
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This scat was found just west of our tent about 100 yards away.
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I have awoken Sasquatches there by accident in the day and heard them grunt and run away, so I am hopeful it is what I suspect it is.
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A sample of it was sent to Oxford. The rest has been in cold storage since 2010.
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Photo one is possible Sasquatch scat. Photo two is bear scat.

Thanks as always, Mike J
Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies

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Tommy malphrus October 22, 2012 at 4:55 pm

I live in reevesville, sc and last night about 10:00 pm I heard some animal noise I have never heard before. To describe it would be a type of whoop sounds. It sounded like the animal was looking for something. I did not record the event though I had a camera 5 feet from me. It was extremely loud because I heard it over the baseball game. The sound started moving away from the house. Tommy

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Dennis S. July 28, 2013 at 1:30 am

Mike, Some of the pictures of the Deer Legs with the hair is what I find all the time at Mountain Lion kill sites. I have even found the Mountain Lion tracks with them on occasion when there is snow on the ground. The Lions will sit there and chew all the hair out then bite the lower legs off before carrying the rest of the carcass off to where ever they cache it for later.

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Ms.Falls March 3, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Eww a Bigfoot poop

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Mitchel N. Townsend January 6, 2016 at 4:07 am

You might be interested in a Paper that I recently co-wrote concerning “teeth marks” in Dear and Elks ribs. The evidence is quite compelling.

http://www.rel-mar.com/sdb/

The paper is about Hominin bite evidence that we collected from three different locations around Mount St. Helen’s. The conclusions are found on pages 75-80.

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Olive King March 29, 2016 at 4:51 pm

Hello,
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Thanks

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Mark Ventimiglia May 28, 2016 at 12:55 pm

Hello Michael and the S.I.R. team, first, let me begin by stating that I do NOT think that Sasquatches are predators, carnivores, or even omnivores. My reasoning for this is mainly because, if Sasquatches do exist, being a large ground-dwelling bipedal hominid, I feel that they would have evolved along the same lines as other primates. Take, for example, the gorilla.

Gorillas are ground-dwelling, predominantly herbivorous apes. According to science, they are the largest living primates (Sasquatches notwithstanding). The DNA of gorillas is highly similar to that of humans, from 95–99% depending on what is counted, and they are the next closest living relatives to humans after the chimpanzees and bonobos. Now, since gorillas prosper on a herbivorous diet, I see no reason why a large bipedal primate, such as a Sasquatch, wouldn’t evolve along those same lines as well.

According to nationwide sighting reports, Sasquatches are about as widespread in the United States as gorillas are in Africa. The gorillas’ natural habitats cover tropical or subtropical forests in Africa. Although their range covers a small percentage of Africa, gorillas cover a wide range of elevations. The mountain gorilla inhabits the Albertine Rift montane cloud forests of the Virunga Volcanoes, ranging in altitude from 7,200–14,100 feet, while the lowland gorillas live in dense forests and lowland swamps and marshes as low as sea level, with western lowland gorillas living in Central West African countries and eastern lowland gorillas living in the Democratic Republic of the Congo near its border with Rwanda. I think this points us in the right direction, considering all the places where Sasquatches have been reported to exist.

Just because people have lost their way and taken to hunting, killing, and meat-eating, does not mean that Sasquatches would have done so as well. In fact, I feel that we are the ONLY species on Earth that has no clue as to our True Place in the world. ALL other animals know their True Place—a lion does not graze; an elephant does not hunt—they KNOW their True nature! We do not.

Let me explain myself further, if I may. My theory of early humans being hunter-gatherers is somewhat different from what we are taught in school. Personally, I feel that humans are NOT predators by nature; we ARE scavengers! However, the accepted school of thought is that early humans hunted animals and gathered seeds and grains. This is certainly true for later humans, but I sincerely deem that our earliest ancestors hunted for seeds and grains (ie: as in mushroom hunting) and then gathered them once they were found! We hunted for wild edibles. Thus, we are NOT predators, we ARE scavengers. Why else are TV shows like Antique Roadshow, American Pickers, and all those treasure hunting documentaries such a success? I feel they touch a deep need within us to scavenge!

I experience this same thrill every time I go into the woods to forage wild edibles, and successfully make a good find. It touches a primeval need to scavenge! But the word scavenger has been made to put a bad taste in people’s mouths, as if the act of scavenging is beneath us. That’s sad and unfortunate! Again, arrogance and ignorance has superseded our instincts! A little humility will heal a lot of the damage we have done to the world, if we could only once again know our True Place in the world. Ah, is it any wonder why the Sasquatches avoid us! We have become quite dangerous, and I’m sure that every species on the planet has come to realize this fact.

My theory on how humans came to acquire a taste for meat is very simple. During the last great Ice Age, when vegetation was scarce, I think humans started following the predators around, and simply scavenged scraps of meat from their kills, much in the same way hyenas and jackals steal scraps of meat from the kills made from lions and leopards.

Anyway, with all this being said, let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Mark; I’m 50 years old, and grew up in the woods. Over the past 26 years, I have hiked all over the Rockies, from Colorado, through Canada, and up to 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle. I do NOT hunt, fish, or trap. In fact, I’ve been vegan since 1989. When in the wilderness, I carry NO firearm, bear spray, or even an air-horn. Since I do not enter the wilderness with malice in my heart, and since I do not carry the scent of a meat-eating predator, I have been privileged with many animal encounters—I’ve hand fed wild elk, moose, coyote, fox, and wolf; on more than one occasion, I woke up from a good night’s sleep with animals, such as opossum and raccoons, sleeping ON me! However, in all my time in the wilderness, I have seen absolutely no proof or evidence that Sasquatches exist.

This does not mean I disregard their existence as hoax or myth. I just feel that the countless research groups are going about finding them the wrong way. I have seen many documentaries where large groups of humans, wearing camouflaged gear, spend hours stumbling about the woods making a horrible ruckus, shouting, throwing rocks, using all sorts of high-tech camera gear, trying to catch a glimpse of these elusive creatures. In one video that I saw, the researchers even had a helicopter buzzing the tree tops with infrared and thermal imaging equipment hoping to scan the animals. Yes, the way that these so-called researchers conduct their research is, in my opinion, laughable; in other words, not scientific at all. Just because one has expensive and high-tech gear doesn’t mean that these tools are being employed in a scientific manner.

The photos on your website, of hiding in plain sight, the lair of the Sasquatch, predator evidence, tree breaks, mid-tarsal breaks, tree structures, rock structures, foot prints, hand prints, etc., etc., are, in my opinion, not scientific evidence at all, but merely hopeful musings by your team. I mean, if you stare at clouds long enough, sooner or later, you will see amazing shapes!

Now, I do have an idea on how a successful Sasquatch research operation can be employed, but I haven’t put this into effect as of yet because I am not 100% positive that the results would be beneficial to the species.

While I do respect your organization’s mission statement, especially in regards to assisting with responsible legislation towards species protection and the right to co-exist freely amongst us (I wonder why we won’t apply this same benefit to all of our animal brethren); priding yourselves in trying to always be a friend to them; with no strings attached; not harming one or associating with people who do so knowingly; friendship first and evidence second; making sure that they are always treated with the same dignity and respect everyone should be entitled to by right in our great country (again, it saddens me that we won’t extend this same love to ALL animals that call our nation their home); I still can’t but think that if and when a Sasquatch is successfully proven to exist, their species will fall prey to the same horrors that every other species on the planet succumbs to when at our mercy, or namely, lack thereof.

Yes, I share your desire to want to respectfully educate the public about them and their ways, to seek their trust and friendship as we grow and learn more about them (incidentally, I feel they already KNOW much about us and our ways, hence, their hesitation and reluctance to make contact with us, since we have become the most heartless, cruel, and dangerous creature on the planet; if they do in fact exist, they have clearly witnessed the carnage that we have inflicted upon the world and its inhabitants—they’ve seen us murder countless deer, elk, moose, grizzly, wolf, etc; they have watched from the shadows as we clear cut their ancient forests)!

It is for this reason that I haven’t embarked on my mission to actually find them. But it is my firm conviction that the ONLY way that they will allow us to make contact, is if we humble ourselves in the undertaking. What I mean by this is simple: We MUST enter the wilderness as a Sasquatch (ie: NO large groups, NO high-tech gear, NO unnecessary sounds, NO cooking of flesh or other food).

My original plan was to enter the Pasayten Wilderness (in my opinion, the most likely place for them to exist), completely naked, save for perhaps a Bison hide as my only garment, and live there in the wilderness for at least one full year, existing AS a Sasquatch, foraging only wild edible plants (raw and no use of fire), and walking softly upon the Earth. Of course, for this endeavor to be successful, the entire wilderness area MUST be closed off from hikers, campers, hunters, trappers, and fishermen for the length of the experiment.

Again, I can’t overstate this enough: I am 100% positive that if and when Sasquatches are proven to exist, they will fall to the same sad fate that every other animal on Earth has fallen when it comes to the association of Man, and for this reason alone, I have abandoned my quest to prove their existence. Thanks for understanding.

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