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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

A Set of Sasquatch Family Tracks

Matthew Johnson  sent notice of this ongoing program in Oregon to Facebook and I was immediately impressed by the fact that there were several distinct individual Sasquatches involved which were being traced over the long term. The Southern Oregon habituation area has been under operation for seveal years now and they are beginning to go public with their findings:


Just this past weekend (April 20th & 21st, 2013), Grady and I obtained these FIVE Bigfoot family foot casts in SOHA (i.e., Dad, mom, adolescent, juvenile, and toddler).

We found dad's, mom's, and the toddler's foot impressions on the north slope of the SOHA mountain top. We found the adolescent's and juvenile's foot impressions on the south slope of the SOHA mountain top.

This is a very significant find!!! We now have documentation of our SOHA Bigfoot family of five via auditory recordings and tracks. We will post our auditory recordings on our website which will be up and running in one or two months. Hopefully, one day, we will finalize the documentation of our SOHA Bigfoot family of five via pics and video.

Our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA) Bigfoot Family (Dad, mom, adolescent..., juvenile, and toddler). Tracks obtained on April 20 & 21, 2013. I wear a size 16 shoe and Grady wears a size 5 shoe.

Dale's Comment:
Even better. Quite a substantial cross-section of the local population and if the researchers can identify that many individuals, they are possibly getting someplace with their research.
Toddler Squatch and Momma Squatch tracks casted today in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA). Grady wears a size 5 shoe and I wear a size 16 shoe.

Dale's Comment: Good "Western" Sasquatch tracks from Oregon. Sasquatch tracks tend to be rectangularish, but the rocking motion ("Mid Tarsal Break" tends to make an "Hourglass" print in some soils.

At about this time Matthew contacted me and showed an interest in my posting this to the blog here. I hope we shall have more information from him in the future because this sounds very interesting!

1 comment:

  1. An entire family, what a remarkable find! Thank you for sharing Dr. Johnson.


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