Bigfoot Pictures

This impressive picture was obtained by Ron Petersen, our newest Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies
team investigator, on March 13, 2009 in the front range of Colorado near Pikes Peak.

This shows what we believe is a Sasquatch hiding from Ron after he found its footprints in the snow. Ron also was able to smell the culprit as it hid from him, so he knew it was close by and snapped this photo before he felt the need to leave. He said the smell was very sulfur, like in nature and strong.

Bigfoot Picture With Pointers

This new evidence was recently discovered and is highlighted in this photo for your review. There appear to be multiple Sasquatches in this photo.

Clearly, a whole arm is present separate from the Sasquatch in the center. The arm is bent the wrong way to belong to the individual on the ground. You can see the hand and elbow as well.

The one on the ground is in what I would consider in a birthing type position with the feet forward. You can clearly see the foot at an angle and the black toe nail on one of the digits against the Aspen tree. The thing that is so compelling is how well they blend into their environment in the day time.

The foot design appears very similar to ours, except the black toe nails and fingernails are more similar to those found in the ape family. This evidence clearly shows we are dealing with something different and new. We are excited to bring you this evidence. We hope you enjoy it. Comments are appreciated.

This photo is compelling to me on many levels. This photo originates from an area I know very well. I have had my own
experiences in this area. I saw a Sasquatch myself just south of this well over 10 years ago.

The body shape and head remind me of what I saw long ago. The one I saw was black with black eyes. This one is black as well, but what I find intriguing is how well it blends in. It appears frosted, which is significant since most of our hair samples are gray. Black with frosted gray highlights would be great camouflage in this area in day light and night time conditions.

It is also hunkered down attempting to hide, which is classic Sasquatch behavior. They immolate stones and stumps when some one gets too close some times.

The above photo is grainy because it was pulled out of the image below.  When you follow the footprints, they lead to the top left of the picture.  So the above picture zooms in to the area where the bigfoot was headed (marked by the red box). Note how the tracks are next to large trees, which they use to hide.

Bigfoot Picture Of Footprint Trackline

Bigfoot Footprint Picture from Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies
Here’s a closeup of one of the footprints, which Ron reported were approximately 19″ long and 8″ wide.  By comparison, you can see Ron’s footprint on the bottom of the photo, from a size 10 shoe.
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I have found footprints of various sizes over the years in this area, including 19-20 inchers.
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Last year, S.I.R. held a 3 day event less than a quarter mile from this sighting and some of the prints on our web site came out of that expedition, so that to me makes it even more interesting.

 

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Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies received the below photo from one of our Wisconsin friends. He checks websites for authenticity as a hobby.

He lit up the background on our photo on purpose to highlight everything else in the photo. The faces are clearer and we thought you would like to see this as well. This type of work we appreciate as it further authenticates our work.

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    Mark Piatti December 10, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    Very interesting photo…it takes a while to get oriented to what I’m seeing or think I may be seeing. Is that a head looking straight on just above center of the circle with brow ridges?

    In the unzoomed photo it looks like breasts are visible and they would be above and to the left of the foot in the zoomed section…or am I just seeing female blob-squatch body parts?

    And one other thing…is that a toe? or could it be a side view of left palm and thumb. It is a do-able position though a little awkward for my arm…their arm is probably much more flexible.

    On another note, I want to say “thanks” to S.I.R. for being open about what you are finding and sharing. It is a help to other researchers like myself.

    Cheers, Mark

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    stuart baker December 21, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    Interesting, you’re probably fed up with hearing that? I’ve linked to your site from yowiehunters. I’ve looked and looked and looked and think there could be three, I’m no expert just enthusiastic!

    Where the arrow points to the hand it does look like something “bear-hugging” the tree from behind definately two arms wrapped around fairly high up and perhaps one on either side perhaps helping a youngster up a tree?

    Also the foot is very clear possibly off the one on right of the tree is there any chance of some kind of analysis from a photo pro to see if they can pick out any more details, well done and I think you’ve summed it up with “compelling”.

    I keep looking and think most of the action is going on outside of the circle and just to the left.

    Top work man!

    Cheers Stu

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    Dan Nedrelo February 1, 2012 at 1:25 am

    Guys, wonderful. As your interactions and investigations grow, the number of images coming will be very interesting.

    Very much appreciated that you incorporate diligence and open minded investigations and observations. Plus its been wonderful to exchange regarding vocalization possibilities, methods and ideas.

    Beautiful photography too! That will go along way in presentation along with the descriptions of incidences, experiences and events as they happen. Best of luck.

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    zack shelton April 19, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Fantastic! this is one of the best pictures of there foot that i have seen. There seems to be possibly two more bigfoot in the picture. Great work.

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    rlynne2 June 30, 2012 at 1:57 am

    i really like the pic! great job!

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