Thursday, October 23, 2014

The EA taping of the Bigfoot show in December 2011

Kevin, Ken, and George hard at work in the Enigmatic Anomalies studio Tampa. They are getting ready to interview the worlds best Bigfoot hunter, Tim Fasano. This was the first time I had ever worked with these guys. In fact, the was the first time I had ever met them and I had no idea it would lead into a long term association. Its funny how these things work out.

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Ken and Kevin setting up the shoot

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Florida Skunk Ape is real

There are all kinds of strange things in florida. It is full of lush tropical vegetation and swamp waters. Animals are here that don't belong here. Its not just Honey Island that may have a Bigfoot type creature walking around.
The photo shown here was taken by Dave Shealy of south Florida. He was in the Everglades one day with a video camera he borrowed from a friend.
He had been observing this area for weeks from a tree stand. This happened to be the same area he had a sighting when he was a kid. Well,  this upright hairy thing walked right in front of him and he shot this video.
Many believe this video was hoaxed. No matter what. Shealy will be the star of an upcoming reality show about Bigfoot on the travel channel. Way to go David.

The Seminole Skunk Ape location project

This short video will give you the general idea of the Seminole Project and what we are attempting to accomplish. We take the responsibility seriously that the Olympic Project has bestowed upon us by lending us the cameras and we are doing our best to make this a success. We have put in a tremendous amount of work to secure the perfect areas for a possible finding. Let me explain.

The areas we have found were test run first after scouting the areas for evidence of natural resources. Water, vegetation, cover and seclusion were high on the list. If we could go for hours without ever seeing another human being then we knew we were in the right areas. Test runs of the Reconyx RC60 stealth cams proved the areas were teaming with wildlife. We then set a permanent deployment for a November media card and battery change out.

All is set and now the areas are full of swamp water and bugs. We could not realistically get back there which is good. Nobody else could get back there as well. With the change of season in November, all should be well.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Trail cam images Summer 2014

What the area looked like in daylight

The cable lock

A very large pig at night

He is big

Compare the palmetto position to the one below

It has moved
This trail cam was in place for the entire summer and early Fall. It took some interesting night images and some great wildlife. I really don't see Bigfoot on any of the images but they are still intersting. A large pig and a wild turkey are the star of the show.

There was a sequence when you could see something moving behind the palmettos at about the six feet mark. It is impossible to tell what is creating the movement. It was high off the ground.

That's the way this business goes. You just have to put in the work and hope at some point you get lucky.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

A Pygmy Rattlesnake


A pygmy rattlesnake blocked my path to a trail cam that has been in field for five months. One more step and he would have got me. The Tampa Zoo website shows a picture of this Florida snake. It is a DANGEROUS VIPER and that is why squatching should only be done by PROFESSIONALS!


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Friday, October 17, 2014

Sasquatch is in Florida


Rob Robinson and Nick Tudor found a giant Sasquatch print in Crawford Florida on the Bridges property. They were featured in the first Finding Bigfoot episode.

"Me and my Bigfoot brother, Robert Robinson holding a huge foot cast found behind this home. We had a great privilege to be in a home and do some research on their beautiful property that was featured on animal planets show, finding Bigfoot. It was the house that had the hand print on the door and where Bobo fell off the porch. The owners of this property were some of the nicest people I have ever met and to hear their experiences they have had since they owned this property was amazing. Thanks Stacy Brown for taking us there and big thanks to Josh Watson for being our guide through the maze of trails on this property."



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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Matt Moneymaker inside of the Bigfoot cave

Check out @MattMoneymaker1's Tweet: https://twitter.com/MattMoneymaker1/status/520668637384814594

Matt Moneymaker shows a photo of the "leaves" (I thought it was leafs) that form the Bigfoot bed in the cave. Matt states in his tweet that it is a Bigfoot. If you think about it, what else could have brought leaves up the side of the rock face and put them in a bed? I really hope he gets something.

If the Bigfoot does not come back tonight, I would try to get a trail cam or something put up there.
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Friday, October 10, 2014

BREAKING: Matt Moneymaker at a cave that may house Bigfoot


Matt Moneymaker has Tweeted that a cave neat Logan Utah may be the home of a Bigfoot. Leaves inside form a bed. The leaves are green, as if they had been fresh picked. BFRO is staking the cave out since the Bigfoot may return. They have FLIR, so they may get something. This is an active situation.
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Bill Brock and Jeff Meldrum


You don't see this often, a TV star watching a scientist, that is also a TV star. This is Bill Brock during the presentation by Dr. Jeff Meldrum. All of us had a great time at the first Florida Skunk Ape Convention.
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Here is Dr. Meldrum having an interesting conversation with Bill Brock. It was a pleasure, and an honor to hang out with them and learn more about Bigfoot and Cryptozoology. It was an awesome experience.

Bigfoot and thumb mobility

This could be a non-human ape thumb according to Dr. Meldrum
At the Bigfoot conference in Orlando, I saw on display Dr. Meldrum's footprint and knuckle cast. The Knuckle cast may be important for it shows a wide mobility of the thumb greater then wood apes. I found this on an interesting blog about zoology:



Paranthropus had a slightly larger brain to body ratio than chimpanzees, so it likely would match the intelligence reported in wood apes (although other nonhuman apes are certainly intelligent). Also, the known tool use for Paranthropus are simple digging sticks, which means that it likely employed very little tool use. One issue for the Paranthropus hypothesis is that hand skeletons which have been attributed to these robust hominins indicate greater thumb mobility than what is shown in alleged wood ape hand and knuckle prints. However, remains of Homo have also been found at this fossil site and the hand skeletons, along with the evidence of fire use and stone tools which have been found there, likely belong to them rather than to Paranthropus. ..Bizarre Zoology

Monday, October 6, 2014

A photo of Sasquatch

This and many other images if Bigfoot are on my Twitter. This was shown in the complete video at the Skunk Ape Conference in Orlando last month. You can clearly see the head and shoulders as it bent over behind the palmetto line.

I believe it was a real Skunk Ape because every time Kevin and I have gone to the area to investigate, we cannot find anything natural that could explain what it was. In short, we have not been able to debunk it. That is why we recently did an overnight in the area and we will be back in a few weeks.

It wad a great event sponsored by Stacy Brown Jr.
Check out @TimFasano's Tweet: https://twitter.com/TimFasano/status/468523563079983105

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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Myakka River Art

Palmettos in Myakka
Myakka River State Park is a favorite place for our research team to go to. The place is alluring with deep areas of wilderness that nobody has ever gone into. It has also been the site of recent Skunk Ape sightings. Research teams have found evidence, such as prints, wood knocking, and recorded howls. The area is just so vast it would take weeks to work it. That is why Myakka is very high on our list of places to visit this Fall Winter months.

Kevin and I have bushwhacked our way into them and they are deep and overgrown. The area is also a very beautiful place. It is a site where photographers go into for great opportunities for wildlife and just wild terrain for good images. This is a photo of a palmetto field I took some years ago. I was pleased with the lighting of the setting sun and it made something you commonly see in Myakka look like art.

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