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  Bigfoot, Abomindable Snowman of the Himalayas, Mapinguari (the Amazon), Sasquatch, Yowie (Australia) or Yeti (Asia)
Such claims reinforce the skeptic’s view that the Bigfoot legend is a function of passionate fans of the paranormal, aided greatly by the mass media’s eagerness to cater to such enthusiasm.
In 2004, Greg Long claimed that the Bigfoot in the Patterson film is indeed a man in a gorilla suit, but the man is Bob Heironimus, a retired Pepsi bottler from Yakima, Washington, and the suit was made in North Carolina for Patterson by a man named Philip Morris.
According to Michael Wallace, Bigfoot is a hoax that was launched in August 1958 by his father Ray L. Wallace (1918-2002), an inveterate prankster.
skepdic.com /bigfoot.html   (1544 words)

 Bigfoot at 50 (Skeptical Inquirer March 2002)
Bigfoot tracker Cliff Crook claimed that the footprints were "for sure a Bigfoot," though Jeffrey Meldrum, an associate professor of biological sciences at Idaho State University (and member of the Bigfoot Field Research Organization, BFRO) decided that there was not enough evidence to pursue the matter (Big Disagreement Afoot 2000).
Bigfoot tracks are the most recognizable evidence; of course, the animal's very name came from the size of the footprints it leaves behind.
New Bigfoot tracks that don't look like older samples are generally not taken as proof that one (or both) sets are fakes, but instead that the new tracks are simply from a different Bigfoot, or from a different species or family.
csicop.org /si/2002-03/bigfoot.html   (3981 words)

 Unique Facts About the United States of America: Bigfoot
Bigfoot is the name given to a large creature allegedly living in the remote wilderness areas of the United States and Canada.
Regarding Bigfoot's diet, anthropologist Grover Krantz writes that "The kinds of food that are consumed by sasquatches are reported by many observers; how many of these reports are accurate is a matter of diverse opinion." (Krantz, 159) He also adds that "In general I would describe the sasquatch as omnivorous.
The meanings of the words "Bigfoot" or "Sasquatch" are quickly understood by most individuals, and have been used in advertising and applied to many products, such as pizzas, skateboards, skis, an internet search engine, computer hard drive series, gas station, and a monster truck.
www.sheppardsoftware.com /usaweb/factfile/Unique-facts-USA15.htm   (891 words)

 San Francisco Bay Guardian | Arts and Entertainment
Bigfoot the painter depicts his alter ego as an oversize woodland creature zapping bulldozers with lightning bolts, meditating in the forest, and sometimes terrorizing the viewer with menacing growls and grabbing paws.
Bigfoot: I went to portfolio day at San Francisco Art Institute, where I looked at the catalog, and it was the first time I had seen Barry McGee's art.
Bigfoot's cut-outs and paintings are on exhibit Fri/29 in the group show "I'll Put My Trust in You," On Six Gallery, Club Six, 60 Sixth St., S.F. Reception with the Coachwhips and Battle Axe 7 p.m.-2 a.m.
www.sfbg.com /39/30/art_art_bigfoot.html   (844 words)

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Bigfoot, or as it's often called in Canada, the Sasquatch, is mentioned in several native American legends.
Interest in Bigfoot began to pick up in the United States in 1958 when a bulldozer operator named Jerry Crew found enormous footprints around where he was working in Humboldt County, California.
In Skamania County, Washington, it is illegal to kill a Bigfoot under penalty of $1,000 fine and five years in jail.
www.unmuseum.org /bigfoot.htm   (1227 words)

 Bigfoot Central
If Bigfoot are physical creatures, or preternatural creatures, it is a question that has never been answered, which after all the years of searching, seems to lend more weight to the claim of the Pacific Northwest Indian tribes.
All alleged Bigfoot photos on file, to date, no matter how intriguing or convincing, must remain as "alleged" until Bigfoot in the flesh is available to compare any alleged Bigfoot photos to.
What the Bluff Creek Bigfoot Film fans aren't telling you is this.......in the first seconds of the film the fur suit walks into the timber line at the far left of your tv, or movie screen.
www.angelfire.com /biz/bigfootcentral   (1926 words)

 BigFoot : Happy feet for your desktop
BigFoot is a Mac OS X "desktop critter" that provides you with endless entertainment, in the form of a pair of feet.
But BigFoot is really very simple and intuitive to use, and to be honest, the manual doesn't bother explaining most of the controls in the preferences panel, because they just don't need it, and because discovery and experimentation is part of the fun of BigFoot.
BigFoot is shareware (which means we rely on you to pay for it if you use it).
www.sticksoftware.com /software/BigFoot.html   (505 words)

 Bigfoot Information Project
Sheriff Luke Walker is quoted as being upset by the Bigfoot hunters from three states who had overrun his small northeast-Texas town since a thirteen-year-old boy came running out of the woods three weeks earlier telling of seeing a big, fl hairy thing.
In January of 1978, a woman in Sand Hill reported to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department that a Bigfoot growled at her, and was fighting with some dogs in the woods in the community about eight miles west of Marshall on U.S. Hwy.
In June of 1978, in the town of Vidor, Texas, a couple had so many sightings of a Bigfoot around their house that they were forced to move out.
www.bigfootproject.org /articles/bf_in_texas.html   (3258 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online:
Bigfoot is at the intersection of Farm roads 462 and 472, eighteen miles northeast of Pearsall in northeastern Frio County.
Bigfoot's population fell to an estimated 100 by the 1930s, and in the 1940s the community had a church, a school, a row of five businesses, and a number of scattered dwellings.
With the development in the 1950s of the Bigfoot oilfield to the south, the community grew, and in 1964 it had a population of 210, three churches, two businesses, and a number of dwellings.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/BB/hnb38.html   (341 words)

 Bigfoot Portal
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Bigfoot Ventures supports independent film productions by providing equity and debt financing for film projects with focus on Asia.
Bigfoot delivers integrated services to clients seeking to improve business processes at lower costs.
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 LiveScience.com - Voice of Reason: The Reality of Bigfoot
Bigfoot burst into the public's mind in 1959, with the publication of a magazine article describing the discovery of large, mysterious footprints the year earlier in Bluff Creek, California.
By far the majority of support for Bigfoot comes from eyewitness reports and anecdotes, yet this is the least reliable kind of evidence -- and virtually worthless from a scientific perspective.
This high-profile Bigfoot hair analysis by a reputable scientist also addresses a criticism often heard by monster enthusiasts: That mainstream scientists ignore Bigfoot evidence for fear of damaging their reputations in pursuit of what some would call a myth.
www.livescience.com /scienceoffiction/050728_bigfoot.html   (1039 words)

 The Shadowlands Bigfoot Page
This bigfoot relative is known as the Skunkape in the Florida area.
In his book, Bigfoot Prints, Krantz shows a jawbone of what he believes a whole skull would have looked like and using it, was able to construct a skull of what he believes a whole skull would look like.
Bigfoot is far from being confined to North America.
theshadowlands.net /bf.htm   (2350 words)

 Is Bigfoot Real?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bigfoot is said to live in the mountains of North America.
Although many people say that they have seen Bigfoot, there is little evidence.
In fact, many Bigfoot "footprints" appear to have been left by people playing pranks.
news.nationalgeographic.com /kids/2003/11/bigfoot.html   (331 words)

 Truck Camper line - Bigfoot RV - Motorhome, Truck Camper, Travel Trailer - Recreational Vehicle Manufacturer
Bigfoot 1500 Series Truck Campers are the lightest and most aerodynamic of the Bigfoot Truck Camper lineup.
Bigfoot 2500 Series Truck Campers are constructed out of two molded gelcoat fiberglass shells that are joined together similar to a deck and hull of a boat, thus giving the camper its extremely durable and weatherproof design.
Bigfoot 3000 Series Truck Campers are the top of the line in the Bigfoot Truck Camper lineup, and feature durable construction combined with superior insulation values.
www.bigfootrv.com /campers/index.html   (119 words)

 BIGFOOT: fact or fantasy?
Yet reason argues that this is the case."
Bigfoot: The Yeti and Sasquatch in Myth and Reality
Historical Overview and Basic Facts Involved in the Sasquatch or Bigfoot Phenomenon
www.rfthomas.clara.net /bigfoot.html   (57 words)

 BigFoot Project Home
There are nine BigFoot study sites that span eight major biomes, from desert to tundra, to tropical forest.
BigFoot is learning how NEP and NPP are related, and through modeling, how to integrate a wide range of carbon cycle observations.
As such, BigFoot is a pathfinding activity that will contribute to the development of useful scaling principles.
www.fsl.orst.edu /larse/bigfoot/index.html   (642 words)

 Howstuffworks "How Bigfoot Works"
In the past 50 years alone, there have been thousands of reported bigfoot sightings in the United States and Canada, and many people claim to have seen a similar creature in the Himalayas.
In this article, we'll examine the reports of bigfoot, also known as sasquatch, and its Asian cousin the yeti, to find out what these creatures might be and where they might come from.
People describe bigfoots, yetis and similar creatures as large primates, something like a cross between a gorilla and a human.
people.howstuffworks.com /bigfoot.htm   (1417 words)

My first sighting of a "Bigfoot" was in the state of Oregon and it was love at first sight.
After talking to "Bigfoot" dealers in Washington and Oregon, I finally ran across a dealer in northern California who made me a deal that I couldn't refuse.
The top and bottom sections of the camper are joined by only one overlapping body seam and fit together similar to the hull and deck sections of a boat.
mywebpages.comcast.net /canoer/campers/bigfoot.htm   (737 words)

 The Ricketts Glen Sasquatch
Note how much deeper the Bigfoot track is compared to the human print.
Howard Hall, a Bigfoot witness from the Pacific Northwest believes that bark is used by Bigfoot as a territorial marker.
The evidence they collected is still being processed, but these fresh leads merit increased efforts, and even more info is sure to surface in the coming year.
www.geocities.com /prrt352/ricketsbigfoot.html   (452 words)

 Forensic Expert Says Bigfoot Is Real   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bigfoot advocates hypothesize that the primate is the offspring of an ape from Asia that wandered to North America during the Ice Age.
In his spare time, he leads the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, a network of more than 3,000 people who claim to have seen the Sasquatch.
Bigfoot buffs say this 1967 photograph taken northeast of Eureka, California, provides a glimpse of the 7.5-foot (2.3-meter) tall beast.
news.nationalgeographic.com /news/2003/10/1023_031023_bigfoot.html   (680 words)

 Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale
Bigfoot Ale is an award-winning example of the traditional barleywine ale style.
“…Bigfoot captures the imagination, and its character is as big as the name implies, with a huge hoppiness in its earthy aroma, a chewy palate, and a great depth of flavor.”
Intense, malty, and bittersweet, Bigfoot is wonderful served with dessert.
www.sierranevada.com /beers/bigfoot.html   (168 words)

 Amazon.com: Bigfoot: Books: B. Ann Slate,Al Berry   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This text describes several entities, all similar in appearance, but none of them identical from one chapter to the next: in one, Bigfoot is a shy but inquisitive humanoid creature living in the Sierras, communicating by growls, roars, whistles, and light flashes; in another an Indian legend come to life.
Similarly, Slate and Berry portray Bigfoot in many ways, material and paranormal, but with an emphasis on the data which has been ignored by materialist cryptozoologists, who see Bigfoot as a primate not yet recognized by mainstream science.
It is recommended less for those who want a narrow interpretation of the Bigfoot material or a hard look at the physical evidence within mainstream scientific terms, and more strongly for those who want to read paranormal, psychic, and New Age narratives centering on our hairy fellow traveller.
www.amazon.com /Bigfoot-B-Ann-Slate/dp/0553029681   (2131 words)

 .BigFoot..Bags and Covers..Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since the early 90’s I have been using your cases, in fact, I was given one of the original grey case’s in 1994-95, this one lasted 7 years.
In 2003 I was offered a bike case deal with another manufacturer in the United States but declined because I don’t rate the product in comparison to the case I have used for a decade.
Oztandem would like to thank Bigfoot Bags and Covers for helping to ensure our equipment traveled safely across the world to Athens for the Paralympic Games.
www.bigfootbags.com.au /bike.htm   (480 words)

 Amazon.com: Bigfoot! : The True Story of Apes in America: Books: Loren Coleman   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bigfoot Blog Site — Blog site covering current news, events, and information on the topic of Cryptozoology, including Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Loch Ness, Chupacabra, Cryptids in pop culture, and much more.
'Bigfoot', the very word brings forward an image of a hundred grainy snapshots of men bumbling around in monkey suits, blatantly faked footprints and a thousand lurid stories ususally found in 'the Enquirer'.
I will freely admit that I don't quite know what to think of "Bigfoot" but this book has convinced me that there is a distinct possibility that such a creature or creatures could still exist.
www.amazon.com /Bigfoot-True-Story-Apes-America/dp/0743469755   (1598 words)

 Texas Bigfoot Research Center
The Texas Bigfoot Research Center exists to validate what we believe to be an undocumented species of bipedal primate, an animal commonly referred to as the Sasquatch or Bigfoot.
These animals actually have a long history in Texas and neighboring states; most Texas reports originate in the eastern third of the state.
Most encounters with humans are probably mistakes on the part of the Bigfoot, yet researchers are trying to fill in the picture with them as to being something significant.
www.texasbigfoot.com   (783 words)

 Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization
Founded in 1995 - The scientific research organization exploring the bigfoot / sasquatch mystery.
What are the undisputed facts about the bigfoot / sasquatch mystery?
The BFRO, and its members, take the former view.
www.bfro.net   (294 words)

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