Morning Visits 2015: First Sasquatch Footage and an Unforgettable Lesson

Posted by: Christopher Noël on October 5th, 2015

This video covers the past six months of research in the ravine.

For background, see “Morning Visits”:

Ravine Film Project 2015: Setting the Scene
Morning Visits: A Sasquatch Listening Project Documentary
The Sasquatch Listening Project 2014: Return to the Ravine
The Sasquatch Listening Project 2014: Morning Visits

Christopher Noël About Christopher Noël
Christopher Noël is the author of Sasquatch Rising 2013 and editor of the newly released anthology How Sasquatch Matters: Writers Respond to the New Natural Order. Christopher Noël holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy from Yale. Noël is a freelance editor ( and lives with his daughter in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.

3 Responses to “Morning Visits 2015: First Sasquatch Footage and an Unforgettable Lesson”

  1. airforce47 responds:


    I watched the first 2 minutes of the video and then moved thru it looking at the thumbnails and sometimes turning it back on. What you have is interesting but not earth shaking. Please come back when you have some really ideal evidence to report. By this I mean up close recognizable pics of Bigfoot or video, track casts or more important trackways, photos of scat etc.

    Thanks for posting and we hope for more and better later. My best

  2. Peter Von Berg responds:

    It saddens me to say this. Because Mr. Noel is obviously a very intelligent man, dedicated and totally sincere. And in many ways this is a beautiful film both because of the beautiful woods and because of Mr. Noel’s emotional and intellectual journey. But the sad part is that there’s nothing there. Except for the squirrels. The dark blob is not convincing – I don’t see a sasquatch there, sorry. The wood knockings – who knows, there can be many reasons for natural sounds in the forest. I want very much for a bigfoot to be discovered, otherwise what would I be doing on this site. But so far all we get is people’s reactions to what they think they’ve seen, not the thing itself. I wish Mr. Noel all the luck in the world, and I hope he will succeed in the end.

  3. Interested responds:

    The so called head appears to be a porcupine or beaver waddling up and away on a slight incline.

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