I opened the door, thank the Lord it was not locked! I could hear the thing outside; it was mad, angry, and I knew it could probably smash through the wall with ease. But, here I was, being attacked by Bigfoot in Cle Elum, Washington, and wondering if I would be dead by morning.
Neah Bay in the state of Washington is a beautiful place. I am a native American, and my people have been here for a very long time. And over that time, there have been tales of the “hairy man” told to us.
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 18th, 2016
…an example of how people who fundamentally disagree on facts, like the existence of a hairy mountain dweller, can show empathy and compassion to one another. She says the lack of these types of conversations is why we’ve become so polarized and has set the stage for the vitriol that has run rampant through our culture.
What would make you move from your “Dream Home”? For one couple, it was the Locals. Shortly after moving into a great place that had barely been lived in over a long period of time, they discovered they were not alone. After almost 3 years of documenting the activity around their home, they tell their story for the first time on Ok Talk. One of the most compelling modern Bigfoot stories is told with the usual pop and sizzle of a Matt and Clint production.
The Canadian Adrian Erickson led a multi-year Bigfoot research project from 2005 to 2010. Much controversy has surrounded his endeavors. In this exclusive in-depth interview Erickson talks about why his highly anticipated documentary was cancelled, how he thinks about the reaction of the science community towards his project, why he’s convinced that the ‘sleeping Sasquatch’ footage is authentic, and explains what the DNA evidence gathered at his sites has shown.