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Bluff Creek Trail Camera Survey Project

Posted by: Steven Streufert on September 13th, 2012

As a spin-off from the recent successful effort to relocate and document the true site of the Patterson-Gimlin Film Site, the Bluff Creek Film Site Project team is now collaborating to place games cameras on and around the actual site for an over-winter documentary project. This will be an open project, with all results made public upon camera retrieval. And on top of this, you can be a part of it.

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Help Save The Bigfoot Discovery Museum!

Posted by: Steven Streufert on June 11th, 2012

If a little over four grand isn’t raised by June 29th of this year the world-famous and much beloved Bigfoot Discovery Museum may be closed and sold off on auction. Michael Rugg, the museum proprietor is a very dedicated guy who has put not only his heart and soul into this project, but also his life savings, car and home. He has never charged a dime for admission to one of the best Bigfoot-related collections around, nor for the knowledge he freely dispenses. YOU CAN HELP by donating, buying something, or visiting the place. But do it now, before it is too late. If you ever thought of visiting there, donate something and think of it as an investment in the future.

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Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film Site Rediscovered!

Posted by: Steven Streufert on November 19th, 2011

The Patterson-Gimlin Film Site has been rediscovered! After being “lost” in confusion and multiple theories of its location for decades, The Bluff Creek Film Site Project has followed the disparate evidence and finally documented the site location. We have found the Big Tree, and many other historical landmarks still there on-site, 44 years after the famous Bigfoot film was shot in Northern California.

The Bluff Creek Film Site Project

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Finding Bigfoot All Over the Place in Willow Creek

Posted by: Steven Streufert on November 12th, 2011

Bigfoot’s bLog: Finding Bigfoot Comes to the Willow Creek area, and Bob Gimlin too…

The popular Animal Planet show, Finding Bigfoot, recently invaded our sleepy little mountain town. Willow Creek often bustles with Squatching enthusiasts, but the last month or so has been simply ridiculous. What Mecca is to Islam, what Jerusalem is to those other religions, this place seems to be for Bigfooters. It was a fun time had by all, but also an interesting view into the process of “Reality” TV production. Bob Gimlin, Al Hodgson, Jerry Crew’s sons and many others were there. Read more…

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Willow Creek Celebrates in a Squatchy Way

Posted by: Steven Streufert on September 13th, 2011

Every year over the Labor Day weekend the Bigfoot Capital of the World, Willow Creek, California, celebrates the town’s community and the icon that has made a name for it during Bigfoot Days. This year is the fifty-first anniversary of the event.

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Al Hodgson Interview, Rip Lyttle’s Bigfoot Class, Tour of Willow Creek, and More

Posted by: Steven Streufert on July 23rd, 2011

BIGFOOT’S BLOG has been taking some time off from blogging, and having some fun on YouTube. Listen to Bigfooting elder, Al Hodgson, walk down the Squatchy streets of Willow Creek, attend Bigfoot University, and all kinds of other fun.

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Conversations with Bigfoot: A Fictional Hoax?

Posted by: Steven Streufert on April 21st, 2011

Conversations with Bigfoot

When dealing with issues of “the paranormal” quite often the realms of Fiction and Non-Fiction tend to blur. Sometimes the imagination or wishful thinking precedes Science and verification. At times there is cognitive dissonance where facts, however obvious, are not accepted, as they contradict desired beliefs. Sometimes an oddity comes along that one cannot help but feel is too good, or too strange, to be true. Such is the case, as we’ve found, with a curious little handbound booklet called Conversations with Bigfoot. Not only is this not a true story, it is an implausible one; and Bigfoot’s bLog has found its real author, a novelist residing in Northern California. His name is Jim Dodge.

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Long-Time Bigfooter and Cryptozoologist, Richard “Rip” Lyttle

Posted by: Steven Streufert on April 5th, 2011

Periodically, Bigfoot’s bLog conducts lengthy email interviews with prominent and interesting figures in the Bigfooting world, trying to get to the bottom of the personal aspects of The Quest for our favorite Hairy Hominoid. Richard “Rip” Lyttle, originally from Maryland, has spent so much time in the woods, seeking Bigfoot and the elusive, once-“extinct” Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, that his personality and ideas sometimes seem to have blended with the nature of his quarry. Read an excerpt here featuring one of Rip’s Bigfoot encounters. Find links to the full interview and photos here as well.

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Bigfoot’s bLog: Leroy Blevins, Pareidolia and Blobsquatching in PGF Analysis

Posted by: Steven Streufert on March 30th, 2011

The Art of Seeing Something That Isn’t Really There…

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Bigfoot’s bLog: Bluff Creek Film Site Project, Summation Series Videos

Posted by: Steven Streufert on March 9th, 2011

Did you know that the true and exact site of the Patterson-Gimlin Film is a topic of extreme controversy and debate? It may come as a surprise to some, but the site is not absolutely established any longer. It seems odd that such an important spot could apparently be lost to time and fading memories.

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From Bigfoot’s bLog: Argosy and National Wildlife PGF Bigfoot Articles

Posted by: Steven Streufert on February 18th, 2011

Hello to all Cryptomundo readers! This is Bigfoot Books calling, from Willow Creek, California, the heart of Bigfoot Country. Steven Streufert, proprietor and Bigfoot investigator and historian, writes the periodically confrontational, humorous, and historically analytical site, Bigfoot’s bLog. We hope the posts you find here on Cryptomundo will lead you from time to time to check out what we do on the homefront, on our own blog site, Bigfoot’s bLog.

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