Bigfoot evidence is based mostly on theory and conjecture. This blog looks at supposed claims and presents possible explanations.
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Sunset on a Bigfoot expedition
The sunset over the camp
George and I had an opportunity to go on an overnight at a primitive camp in the swamp. The weather could not have been better. November is the time of year to do this. I had a few objectives in mind. I wanted to get into a protected swamp area that is closed to hunting. I also wanted to try out my new Canon Night Vison function on my camera. Plus, just wanted a nice camping trip.
The maintenance of the camp is something I could do without.
Tim, I have seen a lake monster. It was in 2006. Two friends and myself were in my 1979 Mohawk 17 foot canoe. We paddled out a short distance into Lake Tarpon from the dock at John Chestnut Park and turned south entering Brooker Creek. After going quite a way past the bridge at Eastlake, we turned around and headed back the way we came. We passed a large alligator which I estimated to be around 11 or 12 feet in length. Minutes later as we paddled our overloaded canoe low in the water, the man at the bow says, “George, look!” and points to a spot just off the Starboard bow only 15 feet away. Looking past him I saw a black coil, like a serpent perhaps 12 inches in diameter, undulating at a quick flowing pace out and back into the black, tannin stained water. The shiny black skin had the look of an eel rather than a snake. 5 to 7 feet of the creature rose and fell in the 3 second sighting before the whole mass submerged. I would say at least 30 feet of eel swam by. The man in the back of …
Me at the tower in Myakka River State Park
First, its underwater. Forget about doing any real research to get back into the desirable areas. I think it will be very difficult for Finding Bigfoot to do much in this area because of all the rain we have had.
The Savannah at Myakka River State Park
I went to where the sky-walk tower is at. There was a reported sighting by a nature photographer a few years ago by the tower. It is very close to the Myakka River, so I tried to hike over to it. It was impossible. the standing water and mosquito's where more then I had in me to try and conquer. It did look like something had been moving around in the area.
The Savannah where the Skunk Ape video was filmed was even worse. The saw grass is very high and full of water and snakes. You can see on one video I took just how bad the bugs are.
I found out this is a known wildlife observation area. I could see people pulling off the road and running to the EXACT SPOT where Mike took the video in 20…