The answer to the origins of Sasquatch wood knocking dates back beyond Finding Bigfoot.
I began to notice a certain familiarity to the appearance of Harry and others in the film.
The Wildman is drawn full circle in art, folklore, fiction, legend, and popular culture.
The two populations of tigrina previously thought to be one species do not, in fact, interbreed and thus are distinct.
HuffPost quoted me correctly as saying the “teeth” were baleen.
The character “Tom Friend” in this movie appears directly inspired by the real life Texan, Yeti hunter Tom Slick.
We should let the hominologists have their say.
In the spring of 1962, I, along with my brothers Bill and Jerry, came upon ape-like foot tracks in a dry creek bed in Illinois.
This case appears to have nothing to do with Bigfoot, other than that cryptid being used as an excuse.