Sasquatch Investigations Of The Rockies Videos
The new Sasquatch Investigations Of The Rockies research page will feature videos, which
will give you a better perspective of the evidence that we are finding which reveals
Sasquatch presence in our research areas.
This video shows a presentation from Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies Co-founder Michael Johnson at the Denver Lions Club on April 2nd 2013.
Theresa and Jeff Yelek took Robin and Jon on an outing to a new area.
Four sets of eyes are better than two for sure 🙂 We got to our new area and had hunters around us, so we went to the trailhead and started up.
Just after getting on the trail Robin found a tree that was pushed down to where it was almost broken at the base, but still growing, as if something big had pushed it or jumped on it to bend
Not far from parking area Robin heard a rock clack and rock clacked back and got a response back. So she then whistled and got a response, and so I whistled and got a whistled back it started the hike off to a great start rock clacked back and it got quiet.
The three of us jumped off the trail and hiked around looking for sign. Jon found a hidden path way with a tall 8 foot tall pine tree break and some impressions in front of it the measured 16 long. Two set of tracks or impression where found side by side.
P.S. We are going back this weekend to follow up on another big tree break, which is in the back ground of a picture Theresa took. And think I found another hidden stream in the area, so we’ll hike in and see what we got. Another group of Sasquatch was found up here, so it’s been a great summer for sure. Jeff – SIR
This interesting tree break was obtained by Jeff Yelek while in Northern Colorado investigating one of his research areas.
This video explains one of his findings that day. One branch is intertwined with another, which he feels is significant and wants you to see. We hope you enjoy this possible Sasquatch related evidence.
I went back to our research area and I hiked in. I got back into the valley where we have heard rock clacking with them a month ago.
I whistle tunes when I go there and my whistle is what they know now as belonging to me. I got there and I immediately began to whistle.
I got a response of rock clacks back from my whistles almost immediately. I then responded back to them with some rock clacks.
There responses are so much louder in person and they originated from right in front of me, but you can’t see them. It is a amazing thing to be interacting with these beings of the forest, my friend the Sasquatch.