Idaho is my adopted state. I’ve lived here since 2013, in the northern panhandle section of the state. Though I no longer live in a forest, I am surrounded by forested hills, and live near the Spokane River, not far from Lake Coeur d’Alene. So, in deciding what state to explore next, I’ve chosen the …
Bigfoot sightings in the Marble Mountain Wilderness area have been occurring for many years. The first recorded sighting happened in the 1880s, and was documented in the Del Norte Record.
I got Bobbie’s message today.
I agree with Myron Getman. He recently wrote an article for the Bent Spoon online paranormal skepticism magazine about his experience as a Boy Scout camp’s Nature Area Director.
I internet-toured Kentucky Bigfoot (yesterday) and today I’m still in that state, looking at J. Vaughn’s Bigfoot/Sasquatch Page [Site is no longer there as of 2012] about Bigfoot sightings in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky. He emphasizes that his is a NO KILL Bigfoot research site. I’m definitely on his side with that issue!