I used to be more gung-ho about having Sasquatch encounters, and then I realized they just want to be alone with their own kind. If humanity were more compassionate Sasquatches would probably be more open to being around people.
Unfortunately we’ve shown ourselves to be a warmonger species and Sasquatch, Bigfoot, whatever you want to call them – they can communicate with one another. The word got around. Stay away from people.
Therefore I decided after much “Bigfoot Research” and much thought, that the best thing to do is let them have some privacy. I can’t blame them for wanting to protect themselves from excitable people with rifles.
A young woman camped alone next to the Klamath River. She doesn’t tell what campground she was at but locals may know which one it was, by her descriptions of it. I am guessing this probably happened in the 1970’s or 1980’s.
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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 one I’m living in. There seems to be plenty of Idaho Bigfoot sightings here.
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The evidence for the existence of Bigfoot in Northern California, in the forests surrounding Willow Creek and Happy Camp, mounts with each passing year, yet critics and skeptics still devise ways to discredit eyewitness testimony, footprint casts, and DNA evidence.
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