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65,231.  He’s tall.  He’s dark.  And he’s been spotted everywhere from Australia to the Himalayas.  Exactly who or what is the wild man of mystery we call Bigfoot?  And does he exist outside our imaginations?  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Paranormal?  Bigfoot 

 

65,232.  1967 ... Two cowboys, avowed Bigfoot fans, went in search of the creature and apparently captured it on film.  They recorded a giant hairy female in full stride, a creature that was to become the poster child of the Bigfoot movement.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

65,233.  Hundreds maybe even thousands of giant footprint plaster casts have been taken over the years in an effort to prove the existence of Bigfoot.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

 

79,589.  The first recorded sighting of the Loch Ness Monster occurred in the sixth century ... But it wasn’t until the string of sightings in the 1930s that Nessie hunting began in earnest.  (Loch Ness & Cryptozoology)  Paranormal?  Lake Monsters

 

79,590.  In 1970 came the American invasion led by Dr Robert Rines and a team of scientists from the Academy of Applied Science.   Using new side-scan sonar technology they reported readings which indicated underwater life-forms ten to fifty times bigger than any known fish in the Loch.  Rines would also release these contentious computer-enhanced photos.  (Loch Ness & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

79,591.  Then came the confession that shocked the lake-monster world.  For sixty years the Surgeon’s photo of the Loch Ness monster had stood the test of time.  Then in 1992 a man named Christian Spurling made a shocking revelation.  (Loch Ness & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

 

65,242.  Worldwide people report seeing a strange creature.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Bigfoot Encounters: Paranatural, National Geographic 2013

 

65,243.  But most in the scientific community do not believe this creature exists.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

65,244.  Sasquatch and Bigfoot sightings almost always occur in or near bear habitats.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

 

65,234.  I don’t think Bigfoot is a biological problem.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Dr David Daegling, anthropologist University of Florida

 

 

65,235.  I’m amazed through all the years various people that have been hunting Sasquatch, though the years have not really found any what we call bone or dental evidence of the creature.  That to me would be very satisfying.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Dr Darus R Swindler, Professor of Anthropology, University of Washington

 

 

65,236.  Prince of Wales Island off the coast of Alaska: for centuries the native American community here has reported regular encounters with a tall hairy beast.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot I

 

 

65,237.  The team and I are entering into North Carolina’s expanse of fifty thousand acre Uwharrie National Forests ... A goldmine of Sasquatch reports.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot II

 

 

65,238.  In Florida some people believe that their swamps and forests conceal a mysterious and malodorous monster.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot III: Swamp Ape

 

 

65,239.  The forests of Oregon are another place where unverifiable stories and vague fuzzy pictures get labelled as definitive proof of the existence of Bigfoot.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot IV: Fishing For Bigfoot in Oregon

 

 

65,240.  The rugged wilderness of south-western Washington ... Recently a hiker captured a photo of a lone creature on a mountaintop.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot V: Frozen Bigfoot

 

 

65,241.  The team from the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organisation leave the safety of the USA for the wild Canadian Rockies.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Finding Bigfoot VI: Canadian Bigfoot, Eh?

 

 

65,245.  Strange tales of giant beasts.  Half ape and half human.  Massive footprints of mystery creatures found around the globe.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory)  Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Bigfoot s4e7

 

65,246.  How has it remained so elusive?  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory)  ibid.

 

65,247.  Could such creatures be extra-terrestrial in nature?  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory)  ibid.

 

 

65,248.  From the Yeti of the snow-peaked Himalayas to the Almasty of Russia and the Sasquatch of the western USA every culture has a name for it ... It's about hunting for answers.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Yeti)  Bigfoot Files, Channel 4 2013

 

65,249.  The Himalayas is the birthplace of the Yeti ... Sightings are rare and evidence is scant ... Every part of Himalayas has its own Bigfoot legend.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Yeti)  ibid.

 

65,250.  Polar Bear + Brown Bear = ‘really important scientific discovery’.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Yeti)  ibid.

 

 

65,251.  The Pacific northwest has been home to over a thousand alleged Bigfoot encounters.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Bigfoot Files II: Sasquatch

 

65,252.  I’ve come to where the faith was born over fifty years ago – Willow Creek, northern California.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

65,253.  There were seven samples from Washington State: two were cows, one was a black bear, one was a white-tailed deer ... canine – a wolf or a dog ... a horse in Texas, a raccoon in Arizona, and way up in Michigan – a porcupine.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

 

65,254.  Russia: home to the Almasty ... The Almasty-Neanderthal theory – the idea was developed fifty years ago.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Almas)  Bigfoot Files III: Almasty

 

65,255.  The tale of Zana – the so-called Wild Woman of the Caucasus.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology & Almas)  ibid.

 

 

65,256.  It became increasingly difficult to believe that a giant apeman could stay hidden in the wild.  Over the years the footage being claimed as Bigfoot seemed to get worse and worse.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Morgan Matthews, Shooting Bigfoot: America’s Monster Hunters, BBC 2014

 

65,257.  I became fascinated by this world of Bigfoot hunters and Bigfoot hoaxers.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

 

65,258.  More than seven feet tall, over 500 pounds, bigger than any man ... could it all be one of the biggest cover-ups in history?  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  Conspiracy Files Unsealed: Bigfoot

 

 

65,259.  A giant beast is said to roam North America.  Up to ten feet tall, weighing up to a thousand pounds, and covered with foul-smelling fur.  Many dismiss it as a fantasy.  While others have spent decades collecting evidence trying to prove its existence.  Who or what is Bigfoot?  Could it be true that one of our earliest ancestors is still living among us today?  Is Bigfoot a case of mistaken identity?  Some kind of elaborate hoax?  Or could the truth be hidden in the complexities of the human brain.  (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  BigFoot: The Missing Evidence ***** Channel 5 2014

 

65,260.  Near the top of the trail [Jason] Miller heard something far from ordinary.   (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

65,261.  Stories of primitive humans walking on two legs lurking in the remote corners of the world have existed for centuries.   (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

 

65,262.  Himalayas – in 1951 a team of adventurers was making the first ever attempts to climb Mount Everest ... He discovered a series of footprints in the snow ... New evidence was found – this time in America ... A set of giant footprints ... the name Bigfoot was coined.   (Bigfoot & Cryptozoology)  ibid.

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