Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies Report 06-23-11

by Michael on June 26, 2011

On this bigfoot research expedition, the Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies team found a myriad of tree breaks.

Bigfoot Picture Of Aspen Break
We’ve been researching a new area, and during this June 23, 2011 outing, we founds hundreds of these tree breaks in a 5 square mile radius.
These are unique from antler rubs.
Bigfoot Picture Of Close Break 1
The tree are broken with no horn scrapes or teeth marks on the bark.
There are teeth marks on the leaves only.
We’ve seen breaks from Moose in North Park, Colorado, but they are always accompanied by scat and teeth marks in abundance.
Bigfoot Picture Of Double Aspen Break
Plus, we received a report from a hunter in Northern Colorado, who said that Sasquatch had been eating Aspen leaves, which supports our contention in this behavior.
Bigfoot Fresh Tree Break
Michael has gathered this this type of information during 17 years of studying the Rampart Range area.
He uses this information to hone in on a group of Bigfoot.
Recently, using tree breaks, he got our group within a 1/4 mile of a groups home base.


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C Kiser December 24, 2012 at 12:06 am

Might the tree breaks of edible leaf trees have something to do with just getting to the leaves?


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