Just a short video expressing my opinion on the Human or Ape argument, and how in reality the argument, in the end, is really a moot point. That is assuming the Sasquatch does indeed exist.
Two posts ago I talked about taking John Kirk, (President of the BCSCC) to the site of the Classic Jacko capture. Since then, I have taken two other colleagues there, Bill Reid, and another who wishes to remain anonymous, neither of them had ever been to the site. As far as I know before myself, along with Bill Miller, and the late Barry Blount who made a trip to find it in 2009, no other researcher had ever tried to find it. Chris Murphy did attempt to find it but went to the wrong location, and it took some time for myself to convince him of that fact.
One of my colleagues pointed out that until now, no researcher had ever published a video from the the site, either. So we did just that. I hope you find the story of Jacko from the place he was allegedly captured interesting – it is truly a Sasquatch Classic tale.
Found this on YouTube the other day. First time I ever saw it. Taken at a Sasquatch symposium in Bellingham Washington State, in 2005. Hope you all enjoy.
Unwonted Sasquatch is the title of a new documentary film being debuted in Vancouver, BC at 7:00 pm October 28th, 2015.
The screening is open to all those interested and will be held at the Hootsuite Media Inc Theater located at: 5 – East 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC.
Myself, Bill Miller, and John Green were featured in the film. I will be there to answer questions after the showing.
Check out the preview below.
Just a short video here on some of the local history of encounters between Sasquatch and domestic dogs. Outcomes are usually pretty bad for the dog.
The short documentary, ‘The Crandell Campground Bigfoot Incident’ was produced about a year ago by the web site known as ‘Beyond Creepy‘. They did a pretty good job. I still consider this incident one of the more interesting and detailed Sasquatch sighting reports I have personally investigated. It certainly was the most interesting account from the 24 years of researching in the province of Alberta, Canada. I moved to the west coast of British Columbia for good in September of 2002. ‘Beyond Creepy’ has many such documentaries, on many topics of interest, and I do recommend to the reader to check the site out, that is if you don’t mind feeling a little “creep”-ed out afterwards.
Here is a video of my opinion on the ongoing association between Les Stroud, and one Todd Standing.
It is already well known that I put little credibility in the activities of Mr Standing. However, I have a good deal of respect for the work of Mr Stroud. So, is it any wonder, the mind boggles at the fact Mr Stroud is still taken in by this man’s ongoing attention seeking antics. In my opinion, Mr Standing suffers from what I refer to as ‘Ivan Marks Syndrome’; more concerned with being famous and the center of attention than any concern over the possible existence of an unknown primate.
Well, one can only hope that Mr Stroud will see the light before too much damage is done.
This video was was made during the Easter long weekend of 2015. It has already drawn angry responses on youtube, by self-deluded individuals who prefer to attack myself personally, rather than offer any counter-argument.
Just for the record, I am not stating that all such evidence is nonsense. I am just saying that, in 37 years of investigation, so far I have not found any evidence of Sasquatch being involved in any stick structure that I have seen. Nor do I see evidence in the vast number of other investigations done by researchers who assume a Sasquatch is responsible.
You need evidence to make such a statement, and so far all I see is personal opinions, and wishful thinking.
It has been reported again and again: the Sasquatch throwing rocks or other forest debris at people. I have looked into many such incidents myself over the years and I am of the opinion that many such incidents are true. Assuming, of course, that the Sasquatch does indeed exist.
In this video, we review one of the more interesting cases in which I was personally involved. We also discuss one case of hoaxing which the individual involved was throwing the stones himself and trying to convince us that a Sasquatch was responsible (I caught him).
I hope you all find this interesting.