Friday, May 30, 2014

Missing 411 Documentary (Bigfoot)

This documentary contains speculation, some would say of the wild variety. It also contains very fascinating facts and anecdotal evidence at least worthy of consideration. Take it with a grain of salt, but take it in.

Published on Mar 25, 2014

Documentary based on the Missing 411 books by David Paulides.



From a statistical standpoint, the Bigfoot connection to this topic and the UFO topic in general is not to be given much credence. However, from an individual case standpoint, there are a few missing persons cases that are worth considering and a few more UFO Bigfoot connection cases that are compelling.

In regard to a Bigfoot kidnapping a person, there are some Native American accounts and surely there would be a few bad seeds out there in the Bigfoot population, just as with with the human population. None of this evidence is nearly conclusive or should be cause for much concern, given the large body of evidence suggesting these creatures are benign.

As to the UFO Bigfoot connection, Stan Gordon has brought forth some interesting cases, which again, statistically can be ignored. However, in the interest of being open minded and non-dismissive of seemingly honest people, I think it's first important to note the large body of evidence supporting an alien source for UFO reality. If you can get on board with that, the next thing to consider, is the oft reported "screen memories," of abductees. These are false memories planted by the alien visitors to obscure the real events that took place during the abduction. This is perhaps more likely than the Bigfoot being abducted too, and certainly more plausible than sightings of a real-life Chewbacca!
But of course these missing persons cases are no joke at all. They're very disturbing. I hope we can all agree on the petition below if noting else.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Oldest Bigfoot Film in North America - 1948 8mm film shot in Mountain View, Alaska

As shared by Daniel Perez, Publisher of BIGFOOT TIMES 

In the May 2014 issue of BIGFOOT TIMES it was pointed out that the 1962 Colorado Roosevelt National Forest film
made by the late Alfred Bouvier predated the famous P-G film (1967) by several years.  This makes the Bouvier film the
oldest of its kind in the United States.

BIGFOOT TIMES publisher Daniel Perez pointed out that there may be an even older film made by an uncle
of late Joan Jeffers.  In a discussion with Jeffers before her passing, Perez learned that in 1948, Jeffers' uncle had a
Bigfoot encounter and shot an 8mm film of it in Mountain View, Alaska, north of Anchorage.  Perez said the legendary
John Green had given him information, adding that the "uncle was always interested in Sasquatch information and had
told her father he had seen one and filmed it..."  Green further added that the subject was "... just something tall and
hairy walking through a field in Alaska."

The film is reported to be just a few seconds in length and it was first viewed by Jeffers in 1991 while making a video of
8mm family movies.  Perez was able to speak with Jeffers in 1994 and learned that "the film was shot with large
electrical towers nearby  and that her aunt (Jeffers' aunt) had witnessed the event as her husband shot the film while
driving a truck along a road."

This makes the 1948 Mountain View film the oldest of its kind in North America.  While many could argue that it is
the oldest of its kind in the United States, it should be noted that Alaska was just a territory in 1948 and didn't have
statehood until 1959.




Tuesday, May 6, 2014

B.C. Hiker Films Possible Sasquatch in Mountains Near Squamish

Posted by: John Kirk on May 5th, 2014

You’ve heard of blobsquatch. Now there is Dotsquatch. This video is supposed to be of a sasquatch. It must hold the world record for most indistinct blip on video in history.

YouTube video of possible Sasquatch sighting near Squamish, B.C. getting thousands of hits


Screen grab of Youtube video taken by M Lamont of what he describes as a possible Sasquatch sighting in the Tantalus Mountain range near Squamish, B.C. (YouTube/M Lamont)
A B.C. man who claims he filmed a possible sasquatch while hiking in the Tantalus Range near Squamish, B.C. two years ago is getting thousands of hits on YouTube after recently uploading the footage.

The video shows a black dot of a figure apparently moving up the slope of a snow covered mountain.
“I can’t see it very well,” Lamont says into the camera lens. “It’s this little black dot walking in the middle of the snow in the middle of nowhere.”

The video is intriguing because the shape does appear to be moving up the mountain.
“If that’s human why would you walk up that ridge or that snow line?” Lamont asks. “Why would he not just go straight down?”

“Good thing we brought beers,” Lamont jokes. “Maybe we can lure him over here. I don’t know how high we are, but we’re probably close to 7,000 feet and this guy’s just scampering up snow lines like it’s no big deal.”

It’s been suggested the figure is a bear, possibly upright against the slope.
Bear, Sasquatch or somehow staged? What do you think?

This video was only uploaded for the benefit of a couple of friends, we had no intention for it to gather the interest it has. We are not claiming this to be anything other than a strange encounter based on some of the reasons below:
1) We were able to view the subject much better than what the video portrays as it was just a simple point and shoot camera. Contrast was excellent due to the snow behind the subject.

2) The subject was clearly bipedal and was without snowshoes or a backpack and wearing all one coloured clothing. Movement over this kind of terrain in soft snow without snowshoes would have been very difficult and the distance traveled over the given time period would have been very fast for a human without proper snow travel gear.

3) There was a very steep drop off below where the video was shot, easily a 300m sheer face. We were not equipped with climbing gear and a descent around would have been impossible before nightfall.

4) We have encountered bears on the approach to this summit in the past, this video is most definitely not showing a bear or any other wild animal.

5) Perhaps the most reasonable explanation for this video is a very ill prepared hiker, hiking up a difficult section of snowline as opposed to a much easier route, one who is very physically fit and able to cover ground in unusually quick fashion and must have had very large feet as we were breaking through snow crust in just our boots.

  1. Becho responds: I believe this must be a Bigfoot. The speed at which it’s moving is incredible. If you’ve ever hiked across a snow field you know what I’m talking about. It is a very slow go, especially if you are breaking trail.

    The video is good enough to see the arms. It’s no bear. No bear is going to go this fast on two legs for this long.

    Why would a bear walk, bipedal style, on snow? I think four legs, for a bear, would be a better strategy for traversing snow.

  2. Surveyor responds: I agree, it’s very clearly not a bear. It is an erect figure walking bipedally. Also, I don’t know when this was filmed, but shouldn’t bears be hibernating in what appears to be winter or very early Spring?

  3. Goodfoot responds: Without question, this is the dreaded Blobsquatch.

    I do agree, however, that there is no way a bear would traverse the steepness of that snow and ice on two legs. Nor would he choose to go in that direction for any foreseeable reason. He would have gone to the right, or towards the photographer and his buddy.

    A Bigfoot, on the other hand, would probably have chosen to go that way, so as to get to the rock slope, where he would have been much more difficult to track with a camera. And here I am, assuming a Bigfoot would see, or know about, cameras.

    But I stand by my opinion. In all likelihood, this is a Bigfoot, because I have eliminated that it is a bear or a human.

    But the footage ultimately proves nothing, which is familiar territory indeed.

  4. Bodie50 responds: Looks like a dot-squatch. But I believe it is a sasquatch. It would have been nice if the camera guy could have braced the camera / phone against something and stayed on the subject longer.