Bigfoot Sightings

Wildmen stories are found among the indigenous population of the Pacific Northwest. The legends existed prior to a single name for the creature. They were known as ts’emekwes (Lummi) stiyaha, kwi-kwiyai or skoocooms. The local legends were combined together by J. W. Burns in a series of Canadian newspaper articles in the 1920s. Each language … Read more

Folklore about Bigfoot

Among many Indians tribes in North America, as widely separated at the Hopi, the Sioux, the Iroquois, and the Northern Athabascan,  Bigfoot is seen more as a sort of supernatural or spirit being, whose appearance to humans is always meant to convey some kind of message.   The Algonquin Indians of the northern forests have a … Read more

Bigfoot description

According to one of Bigfoot’s most prominent chroniclers, John Green, Canadian journalist/investigator, the creatures are about seven and a half feet in height. They are normally solitary in disposition and seldom seen in company of others. Like a primate, Bigfoot is supposed to have reddish-brown/auburn hair covering nearly all parts of his body and a … Read more

Bigfoot habitat

Bigfoot is rumored to be living in the mountains and forests of northwestern United States (northern California, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho) and Western Canada (British Columbia and Alberta). Northern California The highest rate of sightings and recovered footprints are in the Northwestern part near the Oregon border around the Humboldt Forest, Bluff Creek, Hoopa, … Read more

Bigfoot names

The bipedal hairy hominid creature known as Bigfoot has been given so many names that it’s hard to keep track of them all. has compiled one of the most comprehensive listing of mythical and historical names. We have not only listed the name, but its geographical origin and, for the historical names, the Indian … Read more

Roger Patterson

The Patterson-Gimlin film (also referred to as simply the Patterson film) is a short motion picture of an unidentified subject filmed on October 20, 1967 by Roger Patterson (Wall, South Dakota, February 14, 1926 – January 15, 1972) and Robert Gimlin (Missouri, October 18, 1931) who claimed the film was a genuine recording of a … Read more