Another restored blog posting from 2005. I no longer consider these to be genuine Bigfoot pictures!!!! But if you want to see some of Ivan Marx’s Bigfoot photos, here they are.
There are bigfoot pictures posted now at Coast to Coast AM thanks to Tom Biscardi of the Great American Bigfoot Research Organization.
Update, June 1, 2012: Just a few notes about these photos. You will have to click on the thumbnail photos to see the larger sized photos on the Coast to Coast AM website.
The first one was taken near Spokane, Washington in 1980 according to Biscardi. It shows a Bigfoot charging at the camera. He explained to me that the Bigfoot saw him with Ivan Marx and Peggy Marx near the roadside and that before they could retreat to their car it charged at them, but stopped short when someone (Ivan?) shot at it with a rifle or shotgun. Obviously it looks like some human peering out of a furry mask. Biscardi never explained that to me.
Tom made a big deal out of this photo, laughing because of the Bigfoot’s genitalia, pointing at it, showing it to everyone. He said they were hiking by and just happened to see this Bigfoot taking a bath in a stream or swamp.
More of the Bigfoot bath. These three photos were taken in 1981 at a place called Beaver Swamp, California, according to the Coast to Coast AM website. I couldn’t find a Beaver Swamp, CA on Google maps, but there is a Beaver Swamp in Washington state.
The last of three Beaver Swamp Bigfoot bath photos. Biscardi said that this is how they bathe, but picking up water and splashing themselves with it. Seems like a swim across a river would do a better job. He also hypothesized that this could be a way of escaping from biting insects.
The probability that Ivan and Peggy Marx, with Tom Biscardi, would all luck into seeing Bigfoot in 1980 AND 1981 seems improbable. That they had cameras available is somewhat less believable as the Marx’s were wildlife photographers. I’ve been in Peggy Marx’s cabin in Burney and saw the amazing collection of beautiful wildlife photos on her walls.