CRYPTOZOOLOGY

Abominable snowman

Sasquatch

Bigfoot

Yeren

Yowie

Yeti

Potential evidence of Bigfoot

Branches or trees that have been bent down over trails to minimalize traffic to certain areas                 (Chippewa National Forest, MN 2017)

Trees that have been crossed over to point are thought to be directional markers for bigfoot

(Itasca County, MN 2019)

Rock and wood knocks are two ways cryptids may communicate. In this audio, there are two clear rock knocks we picked up while investigating a Minnesota bigfoot sighting.

(Itasca County, MN 2020)

Varieties of whoop-sounding vocals also are a way for cryptids to communicate. This is a potential whoop that the Search4Spirits team collected while investigating a recent sighting.

(Itasca County, MN 2020)

The Question is: 

What then?

Just what do we intend to do if we track down a bigfoot or bigfoot family in their home space. Give up their location so people from all over the world would race in and chase them out of their safe space. 


That is exactly the question I was broached with the last time I was out on a search4bigfoot.


Who asked? Good question. In at least two of our search areas, there are a combination of spirits, and potentially bigfoot, using the same space/portal. Was it a bigfoot in spirit form or just a spirit that asked me?


During a previous bigfoot encounter, I definitely had communications with something, and it asked me if I would help protect the area so there would be less traffic where they moved about.


Sure, I, like any crypto enthusiast, would like to complete my quest to document proof of bigfoot. Could I then back off and leave them alone to live their lives. I think so. 


I have been very close to bigfoot on several occasions, heard one tramp right by me in the dark, but have never actually seen one. I feel that day is coming soon.

Trees broke off in opposing directions on a trail                 

(Photo taken in 2021 on private property in Itasca County, MN)

A large light orb appeared in one photo on our game camera (just up and left of the time stamp). We placed the camera near this grouping of trees due to a variety of activity experienced there, including flashes of light, invisible movement in the tree, heavy footsteps walking up to and around it, unusual temperature and geiger counter readings, and unusual bird activity.  Ten days later, an orb of this same size showed up in one picture on another game camera about 100 yards away.         

(Photo taken in 2021 on private property in Itasca County, MN)

Rare catch of potential Bigfoot calling out to others; there were two more but these were the best.

(Itasca County, MN 2021)

Younger trees knocked down over a trail may indicate a bigfoot trying to limit traffic to an area where they reside. Several trees bent over a trail may identify potential bigfoot travel routes. See video on left. Disregard date and time stamp.

(Itasca County, MN 2021)