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    P-G Filmsite, 1967 and 2018

    Is there still some dispute about the PGF site exact location or are we at a point where nearly everyone agrees where it is?
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  4. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4081 SSRID: 5009 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 01/15/1982 Sighting Time: 02:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): 00:30 Season: 4 - Winter (Dec 20 - Mar 19) State: OK County: Oklahoma Latitude: 35.645317 Longitude: -97.459295 Altitude: 1089.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: G - Hiking Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: 15 Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: Police Officer Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 5 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: B - Black Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO John Green 992982 Researcher: BFRO Curators Confidence: Somewhat Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4081 Biological Evidence Animal Activity Z - Other Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion Weather N - Snow Other
  5. SSRID: 5335 Report Score: 3 Sighting Date: 07/01/1997 Sighting Time: 06:30 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: OK County: Stephens Latitude: 34.440774 Longitude: -97.662006 Altitude: 1032 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: F - Fishing Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 8 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992820 Researcher: BFRO Curators Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66438-oklahoma-stephens-county-july-1997-report-992820/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other
  6. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=1303 SSRID: 5188 Report Score: 3 Sighting Date: 05/01/1942 Sighting Time: 12:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 1 - Spring (Mar 20 - Jun 19) State: OK County: Harmon Latitude: 34.746666 Longitude: -99.806716 Altitude: 1682.10 ft BFRO Class: C - Class C Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: T - Tending Livestock Witness Gender: Female Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: Terrain: P - Pasture / Crop Field Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 0 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO John Green 993038 Researcher: BFRO Curators Confidence: Low Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=1303 Biological Evidence Animal Activity Animal Disposition S - Surprised Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other
  7. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_article.asp?id=76 SSRID: 4898 Report Score: 3 Sighting Date: 03/01/1982 Sighting Time: 12:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 4 - Winter (Dec 20 - Mar 19) State: OK County: Dewey Latitude: 36.123648 Longitude: -99.307078 Altitude: 2095.00 ft BFRO Class: B - Class B Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: G - Hiking Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: 15 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 5 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: C - Cinnamon Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO John Green 991475 Researcher: Hayden Hewes Confidence: Low Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_article.asp?id=76 Biological Evidence H - Hair Animal Activity G - Growling Z - Other Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion Weather Other
  8. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2041 See also: http://woodape.org/reports/report/detail/438 SSRID: 5692 Report Score: 6 Sighting Date: 08/03/1990 Sighting Time: 18:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: OK County: Cherokee Latitude: 35.961440 Longitude: -94.811880 Altitude: 944 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Female Witness Age: 8 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: NAWAC 438 Terrain: F - Forest Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 8 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: B - Black Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO NAWAC John Green 991482 Researcher: Little Rock Democrat Confidence: Low Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2041 Biological Evidence Animal Activity E - Eating V - Vocalization Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other
  9. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2041 See also: http://woodape.org/reports/report/detail/438 SSRID: 676 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 08/01/1990 Sighting Time: 18:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: OK County: Cherokee Latitude: 35.927186 Longitude: -94.838399 Altitude: 751.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 3 - Single, evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Female Witness Age: 8 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: NAWAC 438 Terrain: F - Forest Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: TP - Print (1) Footprint Length: 18 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 10 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO NAWAC John Green 991481 Researcher: Little Rock Democrat Confidence: Low Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2041 Biological Evidence Animal Activity F - Food Gathering Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other O - Odor
  10. See also: https://cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/kelly-af-base-bigfoot/ See also: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66425-texas-bexar-county-aug-1976-report-991884/ This is one article, covering the sighting of two separate creatures, by two people a few days apart. SSRID: 6038 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 08/29/1976 Sighting Time: 07:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: TX County: Bexar Latitude: 29.362901 Longitude: -98.566477 Altitude: 652 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Female Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: Rosa Medina Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 3 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: N - Brown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: Cryptomundo John Green 991885 Researcher: The San Antonio Light Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66426-texas-bexar-county-aug-1976-report-991885/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Q - Squatting / Sitting Animal Disposition S - Surprised Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other
  11. See also: https://cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/kelly-af-base-bigfoot/ See also: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66426-texas-bexar-county-aug-1976-report-991885/ This is one article, covering the sighting of two separate creatures, by two people a few days apart. SSRID: 6090 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 08/27/1976 Sighting Time: 07:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 3 - Fall (Sep 20 - Dec 19) State: TX County: Bexar Latitude: 29.362438 Longitude: -98.568157 Altitude: 651.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Ed Olivarri Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: N - Brown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: Cryptomundo John Green 991884 Researcher: The San Antonio Light Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66425-texas-bexar-county-aug-1976-report-991884/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Animal Disposition S - Surprised Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other
  12. SSRID: 4760 Report Score: 3 Sighting Date: 12/04/1998 Sighting Time: 23:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 3 - Fall (Sep 20 - Dec 19) State: TX County: Montgomery Latitude: 30.142737 Longitude: -95.287951 Altitude: 115 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Female Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 6 Height (in): 6 Hair/fur Color: E - Dark Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992870 Researcher: BFRO Curators Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66418-texas-montgomery-county-dec-1998-report-992870/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other
  13. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4138 See also: http://woodape.org/reports/report/detail/132 SSRID: 6019 Report Score: 4 Sighting Date: 07/01/1983 Sighting Time: 22:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: TX County: Montgomery Latitude: 30.229131 Longitude: -95.502354 Altitude: 190.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: M - Multiple Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: NAWAC 132 Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 8 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO NAWAC John Green 993017 Researcher: Craig Woolheater Confidence: Somewhat Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4138 Biological Evidence Animal Activity V - Vocalization Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion Weather Other O - Odor
  14. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2477 SSRID: 5831 Report Score: 1 Sighting Date: 10/01/1930 Sighting Time: 12:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 3 - Fall (Sep 20 - Dec 19) State: TX County: Leon Latitude: 31.464243 Longitude: -95.747145 Altitude: 196.00 ft BFRO Class: C - Class C Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: I - Hunting Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: Terrain: R - River Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 9 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: N - Brown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO John Green 992756 Researcher: BFRO Curators Confidence: Low Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2477 Biological Evidence Animal Activity F - Food Gathering Animal Disposition S - Surprised Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other
  15. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4137 See also: http://woodape.org/reports/report/detail/125 SSRID: 5881 Report Score: 4 Sighting Date: 08/01/1977 Sighting Time: 21:30 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: TX County: Lampasas Latitude: 31.082661 Longitude: -98.017684 Altitude: 836.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: F - Fishing Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 2 - Scared/Fear Witness Occupation: NAWAC 125 Terrain: R - River Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 6 Hair/fur Color: E - Dark Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO NAWAC John Green 992757 Researcher: Craig Woolheater Confidence: Somewhat Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=4137 Biological Evidence Animal Activity Y - Tree Breaking Animal Disposition A - Aggressive Animal Locomotion Weather Other E - Eye Shine
  16. See also: http://www.bigfootencounters.com/sbs/corsicanatx.htm SSRID: 5753 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 09/02/1977 Sighting Time: 05:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: TX County: Navarro Latitude: 32.101420 Longitude: -96.409370 Altitude: 345 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: D - Driving (road) Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: E - Dark Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 991894 Researcher: Corsicana Sun, C.N. Dougherty Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/66414-texas-navarro-county-sep-1977-report-991894/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Z - Other Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other
  17. Patterson-Gimlin

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Wow .That is awesome.
  18. gigantor

    On The Trail of Bigfoot: Area X Update!

    I watched this new documentary and liked it very much. It has an update on what the NAWAC has been up to on Area X and our own Chairwoman (Hairyman) gets interviewed!
  19. PBeaton

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Takes less time to blow up now that I quit smokin'. 😉😉
  20. Huntster

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    It's in large part a sleep problem. I can't sleep at the appropriate times, then later crash from exhaustion. It's also common in the spring. For a number of years it appearred also associated with cluster headaches, but that also appears to be age related, because I haven't had any of those in a few years. When I had to go to work, anyway, and make things happen, it was pure Hell. At least now I can just blow the world off and stay in bed. Got wifi, streaming, and a refrigerator just 40' away, and safe from bears and bigfeet. It beats the best tent I've got (I know........I did 6 days in a tent in sub-zero temps alone on an ice fishing trip that went bad some years ago.........I got really sick).
  21. Rockape

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Get out of that bedroom and get into the woods. We are of the earth, and when we lose our connection to it we go crazy. In the woods, you will be with god, you will see his wonders and you will understand his way and therefore yours.
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  23. hiflier

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Speedy recovery, Hunster. And you're right, I have read much and learned much myself in the last almost 6 years that I've been here. Only about 20% was about Bidfoot. The other 80% was all the peripheral science and subjects associated around the creature. Be well, my friend.
  24. Huntster

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    ^^^^^^ Just as a footnote, I've sequestered myself in my bedroom for the past several days with the blinds drawn due to another breakdown of some sort. I've been doing a lot of reading during this time. It's remarkable what one can find when one looks for it. "Knock, and it will be opened unto you. Seek, and ye shall find"......... At any rate, cumulative PTSD is extremely common among front line police officers, even those who haven't experienced lots of deadly gunfights themselves simply by dealing daily with murder, suicide, and accident victims, the anguish of victims families, or even just the regular exposure to evil (which is most definitely something I have felt and have a definite ability to detect). But this caught me by surprise! Apparently, the longer one accumulates trauma, the more it affects one's sense of smell! https://www.biologicalpsychiatryjournal.com/article/S0006-3223(17)30567-X/fulltext It was brought to my attention nearly 20 years ago that I had lost my sense of smell, just before or just after I had been shot in the head, and most definitely my worse gunshot injury, and the one that took the longest time to recover from (lost my eyesight in my right {dominant} eye that took years to fully regain). What is amazing is that the damage to the eye healed fully, but my sense of smell appears to be gone forever. Today is the first that I'm learning that it may be associated with PSTD. The PTSD associated with sasquatch exposure, in my estimation, could be particularly damaging with the added factors of others rejecting your claims, including officialdom, in addition to the wonderment one would engage in for the rest of his/her life afterwards over what they had seen.
  25. Huntster

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Well written. I understand. It is indeed difficult to explain, but the word "detachment" is a good word to include. Been there, done that, more than once, and two times that immediately come to mind there was an element of complete surprise on my part. Once I was shot by a sniper, and another I surprised a large bear in a place (but not moment) where I expected one to be. In the bear incident, upon seeing the bear, I reacted perfectly with my actions up to and through my first shot (which was a good one).............and then I "detached" as I watched him roll backward, spin, thrash,...............and then lope away. Much later, back at work, a friend called it "buck fever". I disagreed, pointing out that my actions through the first shot (despite my initial surprise) were immediate and perfect, and he pointed out that "buck fever", which I never truly understood despite being a lifelong hunter, has no required timeframe. To this day, as you correctly write, I can't say he was correct or not, I can't adequately explain it, but it's very real. Moreover, since 2012, when I drove my pickup truck through the ice and to the bottom of a large lake at 44' deep, I've also been dealing with PTSD in a very alert, expectant, and educated way. Unlike 1975 when I was shot and PTSD was still a psychological phenomenon newly recognized in Vietnam veterans and undergoing new, intense, and continuing research, I fully expected to feel its effects after my brush with death trapped in my truck at the bottom of the lake. I even knew what those effects would be since I had gone through them more than once before. I'm learning that I knew nothing, but also that 7 years later I'm still learning that I don't understand so completely that my new experiences really won't be of much help to me or others. I'm quite confident that people who experience sasquatch encounters deal with very unique PTSD effects for the rest of their lives afterwards, and there's really not much they can do about it, even if they're wise enough to understand that they're going to go through it. Suffice it to say that I now strongly believe that PTSD has a definite cumulative effect. Each time one adds another psychological trauma (and that includes emotional trauma like fear, loss, surprise, etc as well as physical trauma), your mental health dies that much more, and recovery might not be forthcoming. My PTSD, starting in my childhood and being built upon every few years since with fresh traumas, emotional wounds, fears, and even major disappointments have destroyed me, and hurt everyone around me. I'm crazy to want to see a sasquatch. Maybe that desire says a lot about why my life is not much more than a collection of regularly scheduled traumas?
  26. MIB

    Sleeping Arrangements While Sasquatching

    Huntster - I have much better toys than a silly little Glock if that's what matters. I didn't not-look because of fear, I "not-looked" because at that moment, it never crossed my mind to do so despite what I heard walk up and stand there. It's hard to explain the detachment, it's not rational, and it didn't hit me 'til a few days later when I was trying to lay out what'd happened to a friend that I realized how out of character not-looking was. THAT is when it started to be disturbing. Madison - It is an amazing camping area. Fishing, too. It's a fairly brutal 9 mile round trip day hike with 1700 feet of climb, then 500 feet of drop which has to be reversed to exit. Done it a few times ... worthwhile IMHO. It was scary the first night dealing with 1 infant and either 2 sub-adults or 2 females ... or more. The adults were edgy and seemed intent on "control" .. I presume it was triggered by the presence of the infant. The second night was pretty cool. It seemed to be a lone adult male. He seemed to assume he was in control to such a degree that he wasn't bothering to assert it. Much less uncomfortable. I'd much rather deal with the alpha males ... on one hand, much more dangerous if they choose to be, but on the other hand, seemingly much less inclined to choose to be. Fun times. MIB
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