5/31/17 Road Crossing Near Morton, WA

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Jun 032017
 

 

The location where a sasquatch was observed running across the road near Morton, WA

At 2:40 pm on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 a security guard (who will remain anonymous) was traveling north on Highway  7 out of Morton, WA.  As he passed a clear cut on his left, he saw a huge hairy figure run bipedally from left to right across the road in front of him, seemingly from the trees bordering the clear cut into the heavy brush on the right side of the road.  The figure was immediately recognized as a sasquatch because of the figure’s size, and its speed.  The sasquatch crossed between one and two hundred feet ahead of him, and it was already in the road when the witness first noticed it.  

The witness was in his patrol car with his K9 police dog companion at the time of the sighting.  He slowed down where the figure disappeared into the brush on the right side of the road in order to see if he could catch another glimpse of the creature, but he saw nothing.  His dog, however, immediately “went stupid barking and bouncing around in his crate” as they slowly drove through the area where the bigfoot crossed.  

In an email, the witness wrote, “There is absolutely no mistaking what I saw.  Full daylight and 150-200 feet directly in front of me.  The animal was 8 to 10 feet tall with dirty blonde colored fur with a white or lighter colored stomach.”  He went on to say there was no way it was a man in a suit because of the size and speed.  He was also willing to take a polygraph test to verify his story.
 
I received his email on June 2nd and immediately called the witness.  I was already familiar with the Morton area from having been on several expeditions nearby, and even obtaining an interesting sound recording there.  
 
We arranged a meeting for that very evening at 6 pm in Morton, WA.  I wanted to get on the scene as soon as possible in case footprints or other spoor were still there.  The weather had been good, so there was a good chance that something might be located.  
 
I met the witness and his sixth grade daughter at the scene and he retold his account to me on camera.  Concerned about his employment, I assured the witness his identity would not be made public by me.  I will only make this recording public with his explicit permission, an agreement I make with all my witnesses.  
 
We looked around for several hours for footprints or sign of the sasquatch’s passing.  Since the witness was unsure as to exactly where the bigfoot ran out or into the woods, it was very difficult to locate anything.  A one hundred yard stretch of woods is a huge area to search, and two days had passed allowing the grass and other plants to stand up straight again, functionally erasing any sign of the bigfoot’s passing.  I did find numerous animal trails, complete with deer and elk prints, but no definitive signs of the sasquatch.  
 
I found the witness to be fully believable.  His daughter shared with me how excited her father was when he shared the story with her over the phone on the same evening he saw the sasquatch.  He spent his own time and money to drive out to the location from his home near Tacoma, WA immediately after picking his daughter up from school.  He wore his uniform to the site, complete with side arm and badge, and he brought his K9 unit out to sniff around as well.  He didn’t believe nor disbelieve in sasquatches before his sighting, but now is very interested in the subject and has started asking his friends and looking online for more information.  
 
If you have any information about sasquatches in the Morton, WA area, or anywhere else for that matter, please contact me and share what you know.
 
Jul 112014
 
The Columbia River forms the boundary between
Oregon and Washington.

My field notes from the Finding Bigfoot episode where we pit Oregon against Washington for the title of the “Squatchiest State” have now been published.  Read the article to learn about what went on behind the scenes, and also to see never-before-seen photographs from the shoot.

Click this link to learn more.

Jul 092014
 
Finding Bigfoot returned to West Virginia for a second time in late 2013.  The expedition was a success, and the team walked away with several interviews with credible witnesses and a recording of what seems to be a sasquatch near the New River Gorge.  My field notes include details not found in the episode, photographs of the locations of sightings, and the audio file from my own recorder on the night we got vocalizations.

Click here to read my field notes.

Jun 152014
 
A footprint in the snow possibly left by a sasquatch in Kansas.

Kansas seems an unlikely place for bigfoots to be found, yet there are a small number of sightings.  These sightings are from areas of suitable habitat, and are reported by seemingly credible people.  The Finding Bigfoot team went to check things out, and my field notes from this expedition have now been published on my official website.

Click here to read my field notes.

Jan 142014
 
The Pangboche yeti relic replicas

My search for the yeti started nearly forty years ago as a very young boy watching documentaries like “In Search Of” about hairy hominoids around the world. Never in my wildest imagination, even after I started doing my bigfoot research, did I expect to have the opportunity to travel to the Himalayas in search of the yeti for myself. Yet that opportunity did arise, thanks to my position on Finding Bigfoot.

In September, 2013 the crew and I traveled to Kathmandu, Nepal to start our investigations. Kathmandu is a busy, crowded city, overrun with swarms of scooters and merchants hocking their wares. The city’s population more than doubled over the first decade of the new century, and its infrastructure is struggling to keep up. Yet in the old market area, Kathmandu’s ancient charm persists.

Jan 062014
 
The crews from Finding Bigfoot and Universal K9.

Texas has long been recognized as great habitat for bigfoot, particularly in its eastern parts. Much of this acknowledgment is due to the combined efforts of local bigfooters and the groups they have formed in an effort to work collaboratively. There is still a thriving bigfoot community (the human kind) in the state, a very well-attended annual bigfoot conference, as well as a sizable bigfoot population to boot. I knew it would only be a matter of time before the Finding Bigfoot team visited the Lone Star State to look for our furry friends.

For the rest of my field notes, click here.