We Find Signs of Bigfoot

Having moved to South Carolina, I was really excited to do some “Squatching” of my own.  I did not expect to find something this soon or where I found it.

Actual BF sightings are rare, but a body of knowledge has been building about the stuff they leave behind.  Collectively known as “Stick Structures”, oddly bent trees, complex structures of rooted and placed trees and simple stick and rock patterns on the ground are examples.  Some of these signs look to this Boy Scout as familiar.  In the Scouts we were taught that trail markers were used by the Indians.  Lately I’ve been thinking about where the Indians got these markers from.  Sasquatch?

If you want to take a moment and read more about Sasquatch click here.

Here are some examples of these structures:

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This is what first caught my interest.
Is this the classic twisting motion?
Another view. Also note the bark stripped that’s not apparent on the other trees.
A smaller tree bent down like Junior was copying Mom. Note no other trees bent.
This is a shot from the other direction.




3 thoughts on “We Find Signs of Bigfoot

  1. On Wednesday, the 6th of November, 2018, I went from Believer to Knower. At 0130HRS, I was southbound on Hwy77. The weather was clear with lots of ambient light. I was in the right lane. It was about 20 feet to the tree line. At first I thought I saw a person struggling to stand up on the side of the road. I slowed down so I wouldn’t hit them and maybe help. It fell down and headed North towards me. I thought it was a bear. When I passed it, it was about five or six feet away. I saw really black fur. I thought “bear”. But as I kept driving to Charleston I kept thinking about how it was moving. Not loping like a bear. It moved and I swear to God, like a spider. A big furry spider. It had four appendages and were they were going like Hell. Like a spider in a hurry. I now think that I saw a Sasquatch in “Turbo Mode”. I’ve read about Turbo Mode but it wasn’t what I expected. When I got home, I Googled Black Bears in SC. There are two ranges of Black Bears in South Carolina. I was driving down the corridor between the two, right down the middle of the State.

    I makes me wonder why bears don’t like to live there.

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