\ BigfootResearch.com
If you have seen a bigfoot or believe you have ongoing activity in your area that is bigfoot related, please complete our Report Form to report your sighting.
Tom Yamarone, Chair
Monica Rawlins, Vice-Chair
Dave Osborne, Secretary
Kathy Strain, Treasurer
Sean Forker, Sgt. at Arms
Bob Strain, Director
Don Stockton, Director
Daniel Falconer, Director
Robert Swain, Director
Peter Wilson, Director

Welcome Anonymous

(Register)

Membership:
Latest: ReginaA
New Today: 0
New Yesterday: 0
Overall: 940

People Online:
Members: 0
Visitors: 54
Total: 54
Who Is Where:
 Visitors:
01: News and Reports
02: Archive
03: Home
04: News and Reports
05: Home
06: News and Reports
07: Home
08: News and Reports
09: News and Reports
10: News and Reports
11: Your Account
12: Topics
13: Home
14: Home
15: Home
16: Contact
17: Home
18: Search
19: Home
20: Home
21: News and Reports
22: Archive
23: News and Reports
24: News and Reports
25: Your Account
26: News and Reports
27: Home
28: News and Reports
29: News and Reports
30: Your Account
31: News and Reports
32: Archive
33: Home
34: Home
35: News and Reports
36: News and Reports
37: Your Account
38: News and Reports
39: Archive
40: Your Account
41: Archive
42: Home
43: News and Reports
44: News and Reports
45: News and Reports
46: Archive
47: News and Reports
48: Archive
49: Archive
50: News and Reports
51: Archive
52: News and Reports
53: News and Reports
54: Archive

Staff Online:

No staff members are online!

image courtesy of Paul Willison

Listen In!
www.talkshoe.com
ID: 30301

Let's Talk Bigfoot is a archived Internet radio show endorsed by AIBR.

On each episode are the Who's Who of bigfoot research.

Powered by TalkShoe

Listen to the show on iTunes
Listen to the show on Yahoo
Listen to the show on Google
News
BigfootResearch.com: Research

Search on This Topic:   
[ Go to Home | Select a New Topic ]

The Looxcie2 (Look-See-2), an Always-on Dash-Cam & Ear-Cam

Research by Roger Knights

I’ve just discovered a new type of always-on video camera that is both a dash-cam (with the aid of a mounting accessory to attach it to a car’s sun-visor or windshield) and a head-cam (using its Bluetooth-style ear-loop and ear-bud). It’s available on Amazon. It’s called the Looxcie2 and has these general advantages (among others):

• Low cost (under $200, much cheaper than previous dash-cams).
• Light weight (under an ounce).
• Compactness (about ¾″ thick & 3″ long).
• Convenience (it uses media-free digital recording and wireless “Bluetooth” video transmission).
• Neat accessories (including several magnetically mounted lenses that can be quickly swapped).
• Thoughtful hardware & software design.

Posted by Roger.Knights on Thursday, January 19, 2012 (22:32:36) (7530 reads)
Read More... | 1870 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 0
Sasquatch Phonetic Alphabet (SPA)

Research Note: This document was presented by R. Scott Nelson at the recent Oregon Sasquatch Symposium as an effort to standardize transcription of reported sasquatch recordings.


Fm: R. Scott Nelson
To: Sasquatch Research Community

Re: Sasquatch Phonetic Alphabet (SPA) (attached)

Since I became involved in Sasquatch research a little over two years ago, I have received dozens of e-mails from around the country involving first-hand witness accounts, many containing recorded audio files, of perceived Sasquatch Language. Virtually all of these have included an attempt to spell out Sasquatch “words” using Standard English. This is of little value to the language researcher, since English is notoriously non-phonetic and is subject to widely-varied local dialects.

Since our ultimate goal is the recovery of Sasquatch Language, I have found it necessary to establish a phonetic alphabet and transcription standard (based on the transcription of the Berry/Morehead tapes), by which the contrast and comparison of all future suspected language can be facilitated.

To this end, as an invaluable tool in the future of Sasquatch Language research, I am requesting that the attached standard be published on research web-sites and that it be copied and distributed freely. With this, I am also requesting that local investigators begin using this alphabet as soon as possible to accurately document any perceived Sasquatch Language.

This standard should not be limited to first-hand witness accounts or recordings from North America, but should be used by investigators world-wide, since most languages have many of the same non-phonetic characteristics as English. The work is written in the style of a military SOP (Standard Operating Procedure).

It is my belief that there is nothing more important, at this early stage of Sasquatch Language study, than to standardize the documentation of evidence.

With highest regard for all those engaged in the work of Sasquatch recognition;

R. Scott Nelson

(hit Read More to continue)

Posted by Kathy.Strain on Thursday, June 24, 2010 (22:15:49) (11817 reads)
Read More... | 8374 bytes more | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 3.66
Barefoot Running – A Pain for Us Footers

Research by Kathy and Bob Strain

Most of us have probably seen them – human-like footprints on a remote trail or in a dry river bed deep in the woods. You can’t help but ask yourself - why would a human be out here - walking around barefoot? Are the prints really human or are we so remote that maybe, just maybe, the prints really belong to the elusive bigfoot?

Recently a new phenomenon has come to our attention. It’s called Barefoot Running and Hiking. As the names suggest, these sports involves just you and your bare feet. No surface seems to be off-limits as many of the youtube videos demonstrating the sport are off-trail and in very rugged terrain (one shows two people hiking to the top of Mt. Whitney barefoot). Weather conditions also do not appear to be a factor, as several websites discuss snow and rain running as well.

Posted by Kathy.Strain on Thursday, April 22, 2010 (23:33:02) (9909 reads)
Read More... | 3066 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 4.97
Sasquatch Investigations at the Pinecrest Site, California

Research INTRODUCTION

On July 23, 2009, members of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers conducted field operations on the Stanislaus National Forest near Pinecrest Lake, California. The goal of the expedition was to introduce out-of-state researchers with local research methods as well as inspect the area for evidence. Participating in the expedition with Bob and Kathy Strain were Robert and Jamie Swain of Arkansas.

Posted by Kathy.Strain on Wednesday, September 09, 2009 (23:15:17) (14144 reads)
Read More... | 3686 bytes more | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 3.6
Possible Food Sources For Sasquatch In Oregon

Research

By Kathy Harper

Part One: Fruits and Berries



The following is the first in a list of possible food sources for Sasquatch in Oregon. I have noted the season in which the fruit ripens. Please note that many fruits will remain on the tree or bush well into winter providing valuable food sources for birds and mammals. Also note that ripening times will vary throughout the state.

Posted by Kathy.Harper on Tuesday, June 26, 2007 (18:59:17) (9199 reads)
Read More... | 2728 bytes more | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 4.87
Protocol: How to Video or Photograph a Sasquatch

Research Article by Paul Vella - adapted from his post to bigfootforums.com 10th September 2002

In recent years, Patterson's film has come under a lot of scrutiny and criticism, and rightly so - if it is to be presented as evidence of the existence of Bigfoot, then it must stand up to rigorous scrutiny.

Patterson's film is now nearly forty years old, and much has changed in the world of evidential procedures since then - this article is intended to highlight some of the areas that should be considered should you ever get lucky enough to video or photograph one of these creatures.

Posted by Paul.Vella on Sunday, January 14, 2007 (15:26:28) (7634 reads)
Read More... | 6345 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Protocol | Score: 4.5
Be Prepared to Shoot

Research by Roger Knights

A—Convenient-to-Carry-Cameras
[/align]

Chris Murphy recently stated, “We need to get totally away from the [PG] film. This requires getting another film or video—tough call.” Dahinden made a similar plea for more filmed evidence: “I just don’t want to hear another man who says he’s seen a Sasquatch. Take a camera and a gun. You have no business out there without them.”

Despite his advice, many folks have failed to heed it, and have kicked themselves for not carrying a camera. Eventually this problem should ease, since many of us will habitually carry cell phones with built-in cameras, which would have caught many of the shots that were missed in the past. However, for those who don’t now have or won’t soon get such an item, I want to publicize the existence of cameras that are convenient to have at hand. In order of increasing cost and desirability, these are:

Posted by Roger.Knights on Saturday, March 25, 2006 (04:06:14) (8208 reads)
Read More... | 22603 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 5
Let’s Firm Up Existing Bigfoot Evidence

Research Roger Knights

What we need to do, to present a more credible case, is to “harden” our existing data. Collecting additional sighting reports, or hunting for the creature out in the wild, offer a much lower payoff. Here are eight instances where data-firming on existing evidence has already made Bigfoot more credible to primate experts like Jane Goodall and Daris Swindler:

Posted by Roger.Knights on Thursday, March 23, 2006 (17:31:45) (5535 reads)
Read More... | 9899 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 3.16
The Day After B-Day

Research by Roger Knights

(A Shorter Version Was Published in Bigfoot Co-Op, June 2003)
(3rd in a series of 3 articles)[/align]

Quote:
Bigfoot's Day is close at hand. It will be a day of scientific upheaval—of rewriting textbooks—a day of an astounded public—of religious soul-searching—but nevertheless, a day that is as sure in coming as life and death in our universe.

Roger Patterson, Bigfoot (1968 pamphlet), concluding words.

B-Day stands for Bigfoot Day: the time we’ve all been waiting for. I like to envisage it as follows, because of its dramatic pictorial element: A logger comes across a recently dead Bigfoot body. He’s read (on the Internet) Krantz’s and Green’s advice to cut off a piece and show it to the media at once. So he removes the head with his chainsaw and takes it to the nearest local newspaper office. They photograph him holding it up by its hair in his right hand, while he looks down and to the left. In other words, he mirrors the classic pose of Perseus lofting the Medusa’s head. (To mimic Perseus’s pushed-up helmet, his goggles rest high on his forehead.) This riveting picture, printed on the front page of every newspaper around the world, would silently shout “Debunk THIS!” Ah, how sweet such a victory would be!

For now, most of us believers are almost completely focused on getting to the top of that mountain—i.e., convincing the world that Bigfoot exists. We haven’t thought much about what would come after that.

Posted by Roger.Knights on Thursday, March 23, 2006 (04:17:33) (3065 reads)
Read More... | 17285 bytes more | comments? | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 5
African Apes and Ethnomedicine

Research Gorilla Journal 25, December 2002

African Apes and Ethnomedicine
Don Cousins

Convincing evidence for self-medication in wild chimpanzees has accumulated over the past 25 years or so. Observations have identified self-treatment for parasitosis and related illnesses through leaf-swallowing and bitter pith chewing, and it has been discovered that plants used by the apes are identical to those used by local human populations for their own medications.

Posted by Kathy.Harper on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 (04:47:13) (3457 reads)
Read More... | 9584 bytes more | Printer Friendly Page  Send to a Friend | Score: 5
Monday, March 07
Northern California Audio Event (0)
Friday, March 04
Charcoal, Eggplants, and Small Hairy Hominoids (0)
Thursday, March 03
The role of circumstantial evidence in the discovery of new species of primate (0)
Tuesday, February 15
Ichnotaxonomy of the Laetoli trackways: The earliest hominin footprints (0)
Friday, January 14
Giant Asian Ape and Humans Coexisted, Might Have Interacted (0)
Friday, January 14
Sasquatch Summit: A Tribute to John Green (0)
Friday, January 14
The Board Of Advisors (0)
Friday, January 14
Bigfoot sightings expected in Ketchum Sun Valley (0)
Wednesday, January 12
Find the AIBR on Facebook! (0)
Wednesday, December 22
The Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers (0)
Sunday, October 17
Bigfoot in Santa Cruz County?: Enthusiasts make their case during Bigfoot Discov (0)
Thursday, June 24
Sasquatch Phonetic Alphabet (SPA) (0)
Thursday, April 22
Barefoot Running – A Pain for Us Footers (0)
Wednesday, March 24
New Human Species? (0)
Wednesday, September 09
Sasquatch Investigations at the Pinecrest Site, California (0)
Wednesday, November 19
Our Ancestors Had Floppy, Flexible Feet (0)
Tuesday, March 18
Man had daytime sighting in the Blue Ridge Parkway (0)
Tuesday, March 18
Woman has early morning sighting near Curtin, Oregon (0)
Tuesday, March 18
Young Girls Have Sighting Near Lake Huron (0)
Tuesday, March 18
Man hears strange sounds near Frederick, Maryland (0)
Wednesday, March 12
Digitally Simulated Bigfoot Recordings Now Available! (0)
Tuesday, January 29
Beliefs and Experiences with Sasquatch and Corresponding Coping Strategies (0)
Wednesday, January 16
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is..... (0)
Tuesday, January 15
Witness Sees Hairy Creature Near Swan Hills, Alberta (0)
Tuesday, January 01
How Reliable are Sasquatch Databases? (0)
Tuesday, October 23
Lake Chelan Sighting with Photographs (0)
Tuesday, July 17
Nests and Bedding Areas (0)
Tuesday, June 26
Possible Food Sources For Sasquatch In Oregon (0)
Wednesday, June 20
Abominable Snowmen Are Here! - Ivan T. Sanderson (0)
Friday, May 25
Soldier Has Late-Night Encounter at Quantico Marine Base, Virginia (0)
Friday, February 23
Hunting chimps may change view of human evolution (0)
Thursday, February 01
Archaeologist digs for proof of Sasquatch (0)
Sunday, January 14
How to Video or Photograph a Sasquatch (0)
Tuesday, November 21
An Anatomy Professor Tracks Bigfoot (0)
Thursday, November 02
Protocols and Tools for the Bigfoot Researcher (0)
Thursday, November 02
Get a Cool podcast About Bigfoot! (0)
Thursday, July 27
Research Note: Comments regarding the identity of a hand of unknown origin (0)
Friday, July 21
Creature seen near Hayman Falls Park, Wisconsin (0)
Friday, May 26
ABOM: A Bigfoot Online Museum (0)
Friday, May 26
“Wild Man” Images in European Art (0)
Monday, May 22
Dmitri Donskoy: Biomechanical Analysis of the 1967 Patterson Film (0)
Saturday, May 20
What’s in an Image? (0)
Saturday, May 20
Chimpanzee and human ancestors may have interbred (0)
Saturday, May 20
Shouting monkeys show surprising eloquence (0)
Saturday, May 20
DNA Study Maps Human-Chimp Split (0)
Saturday, May 20
'Hobbit' Species Discovery Challenged (0)
Saturday, May 20
Apes Shown to Be Able to Plan Ahead (0)
Saturday, May 06
Dem Bones (0)
Monday, April 24
Setting the Record Straight: the Penn & Teller "Sonoma" Video (0)
Friday, April 21
Scott Schubbe is trying to solve the puzzle of Big Foot (0)

Older Articles

Interactive software released under GNU GPL, Code Credits, Privacy Policy
Azul-Carbon theme and related images designed by Jamin