Skip to comments.East Texans Organize For Bigfoot Search
Posted on 03/11/2008 11:06:40 AM PDT by dragonblustar
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the woods, East Texans prepare for another expedition to find Bigfoot in East Texas. A professional and well equipped group says it's ready to prove the mysterious hairy giant is roaming our neighborhoods.
"Actually, I found that there were a lot of sightings and things in the Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana error," said Bigfoot researcher Mike Hall. "Strange things happen." Several dots on a map represent Bigfoot sightings in East Texas since 2000. Mike Hall is assembling a research team to answer questions.
"What's going on here, what is this thing people are seeing," said Hall. Hall has been chasing sightings across East Texas, and has found numerous clues, footprints and evidence, but admits they must have more.
"We hope beyond hope that we come back with something tangible," said Hall. Hall's no stranger to the Sasquatch. He says he's seen it in January of 2005 in East Texas woods.
"Right in the middle of the road was about a 6" tall bi-pedal animal," said Hall. His focus is proving that a 7" 400 pound ape could be living in Texas right under our noses, so to speak.
"All this technology is out there and yet this thing has been able to elude us," said Hall. "We put our skeptical's on, but there is something out there what is it?." Hall's team is preparing to the Neches River where numerous sightings have occurred, and where he hopes his team can solve a mystery.
"One day, one day someone will come up with one of these guys and say here he is," said Hall.
Hall will take his eight member team on the research expedition the first week of May. They have not revealed the location of the search area to avoid people getting in their way.
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Thanks, Dragonblustar and Politicalmom
Legend of Boggy Creek, classic.
Everybody knows that Bigfoot lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Everything is bigger in Texas.
Here is a little info about our local Bigfoot hunters. They are all halfway nuts and really just in it to charge people to take them out ‘bigfoot hunting’.
Lissen, blu, I think it has been admitted that your signature Bigfoot Picture is a hoax. Besides which, this is a family sight, and the Helen Thomas look-a-like isn’t wearing any top.
Gooney goo goo.
For those not familiar with the area. The Neches river is in the Big Thicket National Reserve and is the location of a lot of BF sightings. These guy at least know where to look. I will be following the event of this expedition.
Pity it isn’t a search for Big Ankles, because THAT BEAST is campaigning up in Pa.
Please place me on your list
Is it THAT hard for a Texan to get a kithchen pass?
I’ve been traipsing around the woods of East Texas all of my life and I’ve never ever heard of any “Bigfoot” reports.
And I’ve fished and hunted the Neches River from Town Bluff all the way down through the Big Thicket to Beaumont and still havn’t seen or heard of Bigfoot in those parts.
Oh yea, i’ve heard of many reports. One in particular was out in west TX. The individual who gave the report also gave the area where it was seen, plus claimed he was an ex Army Ranger. It just so happens the place where he seen it looking in his back door, is about a mile into my property. Some really bogus reports on the Texas Bigfoot site. Wait until you hear about all the Black Panther sightings, those are good for a laugh also.
Now I’ve heard a bunch of those Black Panter reports!
No, CJ, I was sober. I swear.
LOL, when I was a kid, I thought I saw a Thunderbird. It ended up being A-10 Warthogs from Barksdale practicing over Lake O the Pines.
Well I see your problem. You need to be 'traipsing' in the proper state of mind.
You'd think they'd know that in Texas, "error" is spelled "area".
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