Posted by: Christopher Noël on February 25th, 2015
Posted by: Christopher Noël on February 13th, 2015
Thanks to everyone who has been able to donate to my GoFundMe campaign, “Finally, Footage.” We are now halfway to the goal: $1400 out of $2800! I’ve just posted this new update, in which I run a successful first test of the video system.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on January 20th, 2015
I’m happy to report that my new book has gotten three Amazon reviews and all of them are five stars! So far, so good.
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Posted by: Christopher Noël on January 2nd, 2015
Although we cannot study the psychology of Sasquatch directly, we are in good position already to make educated guesses about their mentality based on behavioral analysis.
Skeptics are fond of asking, as though no answer were remotely possible, “HOW could an eight-foot-tall primate exist undiscovered in our backyard?”
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Posted by: Christopher Noël on December 17th, 2014
Thanks so much to everyone who has donated so far. This update shows what your generosity has made possible.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on December 15th, 2014
As you can tell from my recent video, “Morning Visits,” I was lucky enough last summer to experience regular interaction with a small group of Sasquatch in a ravine here in northern Vermont. I was not lucky enough, however, to catch a glimpse of them. I only knew they were there because of the sounds they made (which were repetitive and distinctive) and the objects they threw toward me. I was able to record hundreds upon hundreds of wood knocks, both by day and in the middle of the night–by far the most ever recorded in any research situation that has been shared with the public.
This coming spring, I will continue gathering audio in order to learn more about them. But I also intend to film at least one of them–the one who was located closest to me every morning, who was not at all shy with his “drumming,” the one I came to call Music Man. It’s clear that he was no more than 200 feet from where I sat, probably less, but he was obscured by thick forest.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on October 21st, 2014
We have been doing genetic studies on the origin of various ancient and extant hominins including the cone heads of Peru, Sasquatch, and the red headed giants of North America that are famous in Native American legends.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on October 15th, 2014
Here is the new, full-length version of my video documenting interactions with Sasquatch in the ravine.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on September 13th, 2014
On August 23, 2014, our expedition came across clear tracks on a riverbank in Upstate New York. Representing three individuals, the tracks measured six inches, eight inches, and thirteen inches in length. Video by Christopher Noël with contributions from Lisa Gilmore, Kevin Romero, Jeff Sheppard. And special thanks to Brian Gossellin for pointing us in the right direction!
Posted by: Christopher Noël on September 2nd, 2014
Word to the wise: If you establish a consistent interaction with a Sasquatch, don’t suddenly sit 50-60 feet closer one morning…
Posted by: Christopher Noël on August 18th, 2014
The Sasquatch Listening Project aims to learn about the species in the least invasive way possible, through extensive audio recording. Not only is this the least invasive method, it also promises to be the most fruitful, in that Sasquatch will not permit themselves to be videotaped or studied on-site along the lines of anthropological (or even traditional primatological), research.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on August 10th, 2014
There are a few spaces still open for the upcoming BFRO expedition that I am leading on the border of Vermont and New York State, August 21-24.
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Posted by: Christopher Noël on July 16th, 2014
From Christopher Noël:
Scenes from Shooting Bigfoot that verify to me that Rick Dyer shot a Bigfoot.
Posted by: Christopher Noël on May 23rd, 2014
The World’s First Realistic Bigfoot Movie
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