Monday, December 12, 2016

Back to the Smoky Mountains we go...

The year of 2016 has been quite an experience and full of discoveries for me with my research.
It's been a little over a year since my last blog post and I have to say I've really missed sharing my research in this way. Where have I been? Well, let me just give you an update...

Most of my spare time is spent in the mountains putting out recorders in remote areas. At the same time, by leaving gifts/food, I am trying to establish a trust relationship with what I believe to be a family of sasquatch. I spend countless hours reviewing audio... listening for wood knocks, footsteps or whoops and howls...anything to alert me to the possible presence of a sasquatch.

I no longer walk through the woods with a video camera aimed every which way, however I do use my phone to make short informative videos or take pictures to document research. I have a recorder that is timed to come on only at night and records about 22 nights worth of audio. Once I download this audio it is reviewed with software that allows me to move through it quite quickly.

Like I said, it's been a very eventful year so there is much to catch up on. Unfortunately that can't be done in a single blog post, so keep an eye out for future post.
I'm looking forward to sharing many things I have discovered and as usual, I welcome your feedback.


  1. Glad you're back!! Looking forward to future posts from you. And why did you decide not to use your video camera? I also think you should let those in your East Coast group know your blog is up!! Awesome!!

    1. I still use my iPhone to document certain parts of my research, but have come to believe the bigfoot recognize what a camera is somehow. Its also a respect thing...

  2. glad your back..have missed your reports..did you see the video where a man recorded a scream in cades cove about a year ago.

  3. Thanks Toni! I have a lot of catching up to do on here with plenty of recordings to share.
    I don't know of a video from a year ago, however I do know a researcher that recorded one a few years ago and posted it on his YouTube page. He was making a video of a deer when the roar took place. The deer looked startled when it happened. If you have a link to the one your talking about, please feel free to post it here!