Tales from the Field — Sasquatch
Reports and sightings of Bigfoot have primarily emerged from various regions, particularly in North America.
The sun was going down and the darkness setting in as we made our way back to Bradshaw Ranch. I’d just made my first trip there a few hours ago but it was time to return and conduct our night investigation. The dirt road is long and rough as our rented Jeep navigated each bump and rock in the road with precision. Sitting next to me in the back seat was a guy we had met earlier in the day who goes by the name Hoodoo Tall, my father-in-law Ron was in the front passenger seat and my brother-in-law Joel...
I was walking along the hillside just beyond the abandoned buildings of the Old West film set at Bradshaw Ranch just outside Sedona, Arizona. The area is rich with history, Elvis filmed a western here, many Westerns were filmed here and there are many stories of UFOs, Bigfoot, high levels of paranormal activity and more strangeness. I was with my new friend CJ, I had heard she was a Medium and had some abilities but I wasn’t sure, the topic hadn’t come up yet. My brother-in-law Joel was there too, he was filming us for a new documentary we were...
In the land of Bigfoot, there appears to be a divide, two trains of thought on what Sasquatch is. First, we have the Apers: The Aper perspective refers to the viewpoint that Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, is a type of undiscovered great ape living undetected deep in the forests of North America. Then, in more recent times, we have the “Woo” believers, as they are sometimes referred to: Woo, also called woo-woo, is a pejorative term for pseudoscientific explanations that share certain common characteristics, often being too good to be true (aside from being unscientific). The term is common among skeptical writers. Woo is understood specifically...