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The Tennessee farm of the Carter family has had three generations of sasquatch habituation. The book, 50 YEARS WITH BIGFOOT:Tennessee Chronicles of Co-Existence written by Bigfoot researcher Mary Green. Janice Carter-Coy, the current owner of the farm first told her story in 1996 and was immediately ridiculed for her claims. 22 years later many behaviors she had described are now known Sasquatch behavior.
When I was 11 or 12 (1970ish) Boy Scout Troop 159 went to camp in Pico Blanco. Shit got weird.
Yeah, we’re talking Bigfoot. You have to be able to pronounce mitochondrial before proceeding. If you’ve watched “Finding Bigfoot”, “Monster Quest” or any other “Bigfoot” show they always have DNA samples that come back, “Contaminated with Human DNA” and then the results are ignored. The problem is that when DNA is used to identify an unknown sample, [...]
Having moved to South Carolina, I was really excited to some “Squatching” of my own. I did not expect to find something this soon or where I found it.
Whether you call them Bigfoot or Sasquatch, there is a surprisingly large body of data that has been amassed. As we learn more about these folks, they are closer to “Harry and the Hendersons” than “The Legend of Boggy Creek”. But either is possible, so beware.