Bigfoot Evidence is a fascinating blog. The blogger, Larry Surface, doesn’t promote himself, gossip about others, or discuss other people’s research. He just goes into the woods to observe, then writes about what he’s found. He discusses the types of things he considers to be valid Bigfoot research, as well as the types of evidence he finds inconclusive or inconsequential.
I believe this blog is a must-read for any Bigfoot researcher involved in conducting Bigfoot field investigations. Larry Surface goes beyond the mundane and gives a simple but very helpful means of analyzing a variety of phenomena associated with Bigfoot including footprints, rocks, hair samples, and stick formations.
Here are a few of his blog articles:
Hair Analysis – in which he gives visual comparisons of several types of hair samples, and explains why he believes “hair should be the most important goal of researchers.”
Stone Hunting Weapons – Larry looks for small rocks that may have been moved from or into his research area. He also finds animal hairs on them and analyzes them.
Arches – Larry is quick to point out that most odd arched-branch structures in the woods are probably not made by Bigfoot.
Rock Stacks – great photos and a plausible theory on why they may be created.
The blog hasn’t been around very long so it didn’t take long to read through it, however I’m definitely putting this one into my Bigfoot News Room so I’ll be informed of any future postings.