hits counter

Squatchin' with the Daughter, Expedition 4 - The Glenn Thomas site:

Maile and I in the hole!

I have many childhood memories that involve being captivated by stories about sasquatches. One that hit particularly close to home for me (largely because it was said to have happened less than two hours from my house) was that told by a man who initially didn’t want to give his name, but was eventually identified . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the Daughter, Expedition 4 – The Glenn Thomas site:

Squatchin' with the Daughter, Expedition 2, addendum

No real new adventures or information here, but I found a couple of videos that I meant to put into the last installment, so here they are:

Here Maile explains the bag of sand. We collected this gray, granular alluvial sand from the very site of the Patterson/Gimlin film.

 

This is going . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the Daughter, Expedition 2, addendum

Some hazards of Sasquatching: evidence that isn't.

Depression in snow

As with any scientific endeavor, there are essentially two main categories of error that an investigator may encounter: False positives, and false negatives.

Both are pretty simple concepts that are easy to understand, but they can both be sneaky.

Most investigators, or even casual enthusiasts would probably agree that there are plenty of false negatives . . . → Read More: Some hazards of Sasquatching: evidence that isn’t.

Bigfoot/Sasquatch: My "Official" position

Since I’ve been doing some writing on the topic, I figured it was only fair to properly frame the questions, and then make something of a position statement. To be very specific, the position I am addressing is the question:

“Do you believe in Bigfoot?”

The way I see it, there are two parts of . . . → Read More: Bigfoot/Sasquatch: My “Official” position:

Squatchin' with the daughter: Expedition 2, part 2 - The P/G Film Site!

Maile and the Bat Box

(If you’re unfamiliar with what this Patterson/Gimlin film thing is that I keep talking about, here is a brief explanation)

After a fantastic first day of our second Squatchin’ adventure, Maile and I awoke (relatively) early, eager to finally make it to the Patterson/Gimlin film site, then start our journey home. On the way out . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the daughter: Expedition 2, part 2 – The P/G Film Site!

Squatchin' with the daughter: Expedition 2, part 1

Downstream at Bluff Creek

(If you’re unfamiliar with what this Patterson/Gimlin film thing is that I keep talking about, here is a brief explanation)

After our first epic Squatchin’ adventure, Maile and I couldn’t wait to get back to Bigfoot Country. Late in August, as the dust was settling from her birthday revelries, we once again loaded up the . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the daughter: Expedition 2, part 1

Squatchin' with the Daughter: Expedition 1.

I’ve aways been fascinated with Bigfoot. I first learned of the creature when I was five years old, from a cousin who was eight. I hope you’ve all had a cousin like this one, who is just enough older than you that everything they do is cool, and there is no one in the world . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the Daughter: Expedition 1.

Squatchin' with the daughter: Background files - The Patterson/Gimlin film

If you’ve read any of the first three posts in the Squatchin with the daughter series, you may be wondering just what this “Patterson/Gimlin film” thing is.

Here is a fairly compressed version of the story:

The mid 1960’s were a very active and interesting time for those on the hunt for Bigfoot. One of . . . → Read More: Squatchin’ with the daughter: Background files – The Patterson/Gimlin film

New Patterson/Gimlin film images!

After a recent trip to NorCal with my daughter, I stumbled across some very interesting data that I hadn’t previously seen. Apparently, there was a SECOND camera present at the PG film event, and somehow, the footage from that camera has been lost (or, more likely HIDDEN) until now. Here are some of . . . → Read More: New Patterson/Gimlin film images!