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Border Patrol Finds and Photographs a Sasquatch?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 27th, 2011

Excerpt from: Looking for Bigfoot in Indian Country

Tom Biscardi, one of the world’s most famous Bigfoot investigators, puts the number of sightings on tribal lands in the thousands, and he investigated a lot of them. “I’ve got a great relationship with the tribes. I’m their main contact when it comes to Bigfoot,” he says.

This month, in fact, he went on a 12-day expedition in Indian country. He spent a few days on the Blackfeet reservation, following up on a sighting near the U.S.-Canadian border. Tracks had been found by a helicopter crew doing border security and checking snow levels. The footprints were followed to a cave, where they got a glimpse of the Sasquatch. Though bad weather prevented Biscardi from getting up to the cave, he did see photos taken of the hairy giant. He tried to buy the pictures, but the photographer would not give them up. “To them, they’re real and they’re sacred,” Biscardi says.Michelle Tirado
Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC

Consider the source…

Update located here.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.


23 Responses to “Border Patrol Finds and Photographs a Sasquatch?”

  1. Cass_of_MPLS responds:

    Gotta love Tom Biscardi. He has seen photos of Bigfoot (presumably taken by a First Nations photographer). He tries to buy the photo. “No can do, Kemotherapy,” says the photographer. “This creature sacred! Not for White Eyes’ eyes!”
    Yet Tom says he’s their “go to guy” for info on Bigfoot. He’s like this Private Consulting Sasquatch dude—whenever any First Nations Shaman is at a loss he goes to Biscardi to get the 4-1-1.
    Yet the Creature is too sacred to let Biscardi have a photo of it? You’d THINK he’d have AUTOGRAPHED photos of it what with him being the Tribes’ “main contact when it comes to Bigfoot.”

    TB…your stories usually fall apart sooner or later but you didn’t even bother to think this one through, didja?

  2. Ulysses responds:

    Tom Biscardi? No evidence? No photos? Guy says it’s sacred? Why take a picture at all or even report it to someone like Tom Biscardi? Go take your own photos Tom and let us know the results. They will probably be sacred too although if there is money to be made you should be able to get them or … something !

  3. wolfatrest responds:

    Ummm, so someone saw something and followed them somewhere to a cave where they saw something else? Hmmmm. Zero evidence in other words. I’m guessing bear at best.

  4. etheral responds:

    The title was interesting, however when I read the first two words of the article and saw Tom Biscardi’s name, I didn’t even bother finishing. I truly don’t know why that fool is still pursuing Bigfoot. He’s a quack and has absolutely zero credibility.

  5. RWRidley responds:

    Source considered. Story dismissed. :)

  6. flame821 responds:

    Sigh….Biscardi?

    He could come walking back into town naked, save the Bigfoot pelt that covered his sorry butt and I still wouldn’t believe anything that -can’t use the adjective I want on this site- says.

  7. praetorian responds:

    The best way to deal with a character like Biscardi is to ignore him. Nothing that man claims has any relevance here.

  8. mrdark responds:

    Please to find me Native American who believes Sasquatch is sacred. I’ll wait.

  9. Kopite responds:

    I agree with the consensus. As soon as the name Biscardi comes up I immediately lose all interest. It’s a shame.

  10. Redrose999 responds:

    Tom Biscardi…. Mr Las Vagas promoter is at it again I see. WOW, just wow… I would like to see him and Matt Moneymaker in a boxing ring.

  11. weaponx88 responds:

    Biscardi???? Awesome…was it like in their sacred freezer?

  12. Mïk responds:

    Speaking of Odd…I clicked the link and there’s nothing there about Biscardi or Border Patrols. The site in the link says it was updated the 25th of June, yet you posted this on the 27th with an unrelated link? Are we getting into shape-shifter territory? There’s nothing on Google mentioned Border Patrols finding Sasquatch that doesn’t link back to this post. Tom pull some more media magic on ya? What Gives?

  13. Jason P. responds:

    Am I missing something? I clicked on the link that is posted above the article, but couldn’t find the excerpt included here. I see no mention of Biscardi. I did notice that the article was updated on June 25, though–perhaps to remove the Biscardi portions for whatever reason?

  14. Kahil Nettleton responds:

    @ mrdark – I am a Native American and I believe the Sasquatch is sacred. We believe all life is sacred. If Sasquatch is proven to exist, then that would apply as well. Stories of Sasquatch are passed down from generation to generation. Can I tell you that they are more than just stories? No, no one can. I personally am leaving my judgement open to the chance that somewhere in the world someone may find a new great ape that we would call Sasquatch.

  15. Kahil Nettleton responds:

    They probably edited the article once they realized the negative feedback that would come from that name. Smart move if they want to save face.

  16. DWA responds:

    Right. Go-to guy. I hear ya. Photos? No way, white eyes!

    Does he not see how neatly he contradicts himself? Whoo brother.

    Someday somebody will tell me what motivates this kind of behavior. Attention? You would really want this kind of atten…ParisHiltonLindseyLohanBritneySpears never mind.

  17. zigoapex responds:

    I wonder if he was “touching it and prodding it with THE boys” again

  18. Macleod responds:

    @weaponx88 lol you beat me to the freezer joke :)

  19. Craig Woolheater responds:

    The article has been edited to remove all mention of Tom Biscardi.

    I had not even quoted all of what was said about him in the article.

    Here is the entire passage that was edited out:

    Tom Biscardi, one of the world’s most famous Bigfoot investigators, puts the number of sightings on tribal lands in the thousands, and he investigated a lot of them. “I’ve got a great relationship with the tribes. I’m their main contact when it comes to Bigfoot,” he says.

    This month, in fact, he went on a 12-day expedition in Indian country. He spent a few days on the Blackfeet reservation, following up on a sighting near the U.S.-Canadian border. Tracks had been found by a helicopter crew doing border security and checking snow levels. The footprints were followed to a cave, where they got a glimpse of the Sasquatch. Though bad weather prevented Biscardi from getting up to the cave, he did see photos taken of the hairy giant. He tried to buy the pictures, but the photographer would not give them up. “To them, they’re real and they’re sacred,” Biscardi says.

    After Montana, he traveled to Farmington, New Mexico, to follow up on sightings reported by two young Navajo brothers who had discovered 25 footprints on the side of a hill. The youth had come on Biscardi’s radio program (BigFoot Live Radio Show), after local Bigfoot organizations failed to check out their reports, and begged him to come out.

    “I believe, if we ever find one of these creatures, it will be on tribal land,” he says. “I really believe it because of the habitat—it’s their sanctuary.”Michelle Tirado
    Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC

    And here is another source of the unedited article, the Montana Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council website, who apparently hasn’t gotten the notice to edit the article yet.

    Check it out quick before they do.

    Here’s a few more, they can’t get them all…

    Patrick Henry Press News

    Native Strength

  20. Surveyor responds:

    Wow, I didn’t realize they edited it! I read the original article when it came out, and it contained the excerpt just as you printed it. Hmmm…..

  21. whiteriverfisherman responds:

    We are expected to believe the ancient and proud people of the tribe mentioned have accepted TB as their go to guy for all things Sasquatch? Yah……right.

  22. Carumba responds:

    Some perspective – Blackfeet Indian Reservation is on the eastern border of Glacier National Park. Plenty of grizzlies around there.

  23. mike3 responds:

    Forget it. Biscardi is a known, proven Bigfoot fraudster and hoaxster. I wouldn’t trust a drop of “evidence” presented by him.



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