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).
Welcome to the forums, Camper!
Bob Gymlan has been mentioned here in the past, but not the particular videos that you posted. I have never really watched any of his videos, but he does seem to be gaining popularity in the Bigfoot world based on the little of that world that I see.
I will try and check these out tonight.
Btw, is his name just a play on Bob Gimlin, or is that actually his name?
I haven't done much over the past few weeks but work, but my workload is slowly normalizing so I am playing catch-up with the Bigfoot field.
I saw his videos on the skull last night when they popped up on the suggestions on YouTube.
I can appreciated that he is willing to put any evidence that he comes across out into the public eye, but the constant refrain that he doesn't have the time or even the interest to do even the slightest bit of investigation into any evidence that he shares gets a bit old. If you are so busy and uninterested, then why even bother with the subject? A good drinking game could be developed around his videos and the phrase "I don't care".
One his latest video he mentions that he has been contacted by some of his viewers about the possibility that it is a large dog skull. His comment about not being familiar with large domesticated dog skulls makes sense. I had to look up what a St Bernard's skull looked like.
He also said that he wants to get measurements of the skull, along with pictures of a known object alongside for scale.
After looking up large dog skulls online, my hunch is that it will end up being exactly that... Attached are a couple of pictures of St Bernard's skulls that seem very similar.