Our long time member Tirademan (R.I.P. Scott McClean) compiled this extensive archive of Sasquatch related newspaper articles and donated it to the BFF before his passing. The earliest articles in this collection are from 1818 in Florida, 1877 (Australia), 1884 (Canada) and 1764 (Europe).
Correct. That's what I stated earlier, the shadow is just slightly longer than the actual structure that causes the shadow.
Yes, I agree the sun angle does look pretty close to what we see as far as Patty's shadow.
Yet, in the few frames where you can see her shadow in the PGF the shadows appear quite short.
Where are the lengthy tree shadows that should be present at 1:30 on 10/20/67?
It's kind of cool.
I've heard a total of 4 now. Oh, I was mistaken, the others were all in 2011, not 2012. 2 were in late August less than a minute apart. 1 was in mid September a couple hundred miles north. I've also recorded one knock I'm fairly confident of. That was November 2015. That's a lot of years, a lot of time in the woods. Who knows how many I've overlooked or mistakenly written off as something mundane?
This question is the conundrum wrapped inside an enigma for me. So much evidence (PGF is the biggest) seems to point to continued existence but then...no body, no bones. The toughest thing for me to get past is lack of observed environmental impact. Groups of 600-1000 lb animals should be leaving much more observable traces.
To answer Hifliers OP, I say exist but echo Huntster near extinction or they are minimally able to support a population.
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