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A self-funded team of avid-outdoorsmen dedicated to fact-based research and data collection regarding reports of unknown, large, bipedal creatures roaming the Pacific Northwest of the United States.

100+ Incidents reported

3+ Years in Operation

Brief History of Bigfoot

The legend of Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, has deep roots in the Pacific Northwest, particularly in the dense forests of Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia. The earliest accounts of encounters with a large, ape-like creature in this region date back centuries, with Native American tribes recounting tales of a hairy, elusive being that roamed the wilderness.

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, European settlers began reporting sightings of similar creatures, describing them as tall, bipedal, and covered in hair. However, it wasn't until the mid-20th century that Bigfoot gained widespread attention. One of the most famous incidents occurred in 1958, when construction worker Jerry Crew found large footprints at a work site in Northern California. These footprints, which were later dubbed "Bigfoot tracks," sparked a media frenzy and fueled public interest in the creature.

Throughout the decades that followed, numerous sightings, footprints, and alleged pieces of evidence, such as hair samples and blurry photographs, contributed to the mythology surrounding Bigfoot. The Patterson-Gimlin film, shot in 1967 in Bluff Creek, California, remains one of the most iconic pieces of purported evidence. The film, which shows a large, hairy figure walking through the forest, has been both scrutinized and celebrated by Bigfoot enthusiasts and skeptics alike.

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Bigfoot Panel, Canyon Rims, BLM Lands

San Juan County, Utah

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Jerry Crew (1958) holding Bigfoot cast.

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Patterson-Gimlin Film Screen Capture

Interest in Bigfoot has only grown over the years, with countless books, documentaries, mascots, advertisements, and television shows depicting this cryptozoological creature. Despite extensive efforts to prove the creature's existence conclusive evidence remains elusive.

What we do know is that something, undiscovered by science, has been seen roaming the forests of North America for thousands of years. The primary region of encounters appears to be Oregon, Washington as well as British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. 

Similar creatures are reported across North America, Asia, and Eastern Europe but goes by different names and some have different detailed descriptions.

Notification that our 2024 Bigfoot Research Expeditions have already started.

Expeditions remain closed to the public due to the safety and security of our field research team.

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