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Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

In North America the name Bigfoot (Plural/Singular), or Sasquatch, brings thoughts of some
strange unknown monster wandering about in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest.
Our organization is here to tell you that these animals are not only found in the Pacific
Northwest, but in the Southern states of the U.S. as well.
Our organization has been conducting ongoing investigations in several Southern states where
we have cast footprints, made audio recordings, as well as gathered hair samples that by the
way have been analyzed and show the same characteristics and findings as all the
Sasquatch/Bigfoot hair samples found in the Pacific Nw. as well as seen these creatures
first hand.  We have also made several new discoveries about these animals.
All stemmed from our quest to know more about these elusive creatures.

There are several areas that continue to have Bigfoot activity throughout the year.   These animals
move from place to place within their own territory, but do NOT migrate. They live in secluded areas
fairly close to civilization.  The Southern Bigfoot has adapted to this way of life.  With agriculture
being the mainstay for many Southern rural families, there are many farms and ranches that
produce many different varieties of fruits and vegetables, along with poultry farms,and cattle
ranches in this region.  The products of these farms could maintain many Bigfoot creatures,  without
the animals being detected by the farm/ranch owners, especially the farms that are located next to
the forested areas.There have been reports of Bigfoot being seen picking corn off the stalks as
well as shucking, and eating it. Some have been seen picking fruit from trees in orchard's, and there
has even been a report of one witness placing fruit on a fence in a bucket, and later, after all was
clear, seen the animal come out of the woods , and take the fruit out of the bucket, and eat it.  Reports
of chickens, and or pigs being taken out of their pen's by these creatures and carried off are not
unusual.  Those are just a few examples of where these animals take advantage of the available food
sources planted or raised by man.

There are areas located in South Texas that are basically savannas, where wild dewberries grow
along the rivers edge in the sandy soil.  Not a few scattered plants, but mile after mile of these
scrumptious morsels.  Along the rivers edge, huge stands of cane can also be found, as well as
water tubers, wild grapes and several different types of edible wild plants.  There have been several
Bigfoot reports come from these areas, and verified by the G.C.B.R.O.

The deer population, as well, is at an all time high in the state of Texas.  There has been a report of six
deer being found stacked in a pile very close to an area where a Bigfoot was seen the day before.
Could these animals be feeding on the wild deer, as well?

The aggressiveness of the Southern Bigfoot is another factor that separates the Northern Bigfoot
from the Southern Bigfoot.  Several instances of saplings being ripped out of the ground and
thrown at campers and people being struck by these animals have been reported; mobile homes
being hit and dented, leaving the knuckle prints of the animal on the metal covering of the home.
 Some witnesses have found their outdoor pet food containers torn apart, or smashed flat.  After the
food was all eaten.  Herds of cattle and horses have been tormented to the point of stampeding.
These types of mischievous behaviors are one of the trademarks of the
Southern Bigfoot, and these are just a few.

The lack of digits is another physical trait found in the Southern Bigfoot; more so than the Northern
Bigfoot.  Three,  four, and five toed tracks have been found from Florida all the way to Texas.  We
are not saying that the Southern Bigfoot has the market cornered on three and four toed feet, but a
large number of these animals in the South have either three or four toes.   This trait could be
brought about by many different factors.  We have our suspicions of why these animals are lacking
one or two digits on their feet.  At this time our organization is doing further studies on this subject.

The vocalizations of these animals are incredible.  Their calls can range from high shrill sounds to
low grunts, whistles, low moaning sounds that seem to fill the woods, as well as mimic other
animal sounds and outright full aggressive roars!  One of our teams was on an excursion into an
area known to have a high level of Bigfoot activity.  After a while, we were greeted by one of these
animals with a high shrill call comprised of one tone ranging in pitch, while it's originator traveled
up a ravine.  The call was strange to say the least, but soon after that call was made, a thunderous
roar was heard not over five hundred feet away, in a small wild plum orchard, as if to say
" Hey, get out of my territory. "
The ROAR was a mix between a Bull and a Bear sound. It worked itself up in pitch, several levels
to a more demanding tone.  When it reached its highest level it seemed to be so loud it shook the
leaves on the trees.  It then worked itself back down with alot of huffing and grunting sounds.

The coloring of the Southern Bigfoot varies.  There have been reports of white, brown, black,
reddish brown, brownish black, tan, gray, khaki, and black with gray streaks.   Another trait of
the Southern Bigfoot is the incredible speeds they can travel.  Two members of our Texas
Team were in an area in NE Texas, and spotted two Bigfoot walking across a power line right of
way approximately one half mile away.   As soon as the animals spotted the team members, they
exited the right of way with great speed.  The team was astonished at the speed the animals covered
the two hundred foot span between them and the tree line on the opposite side of the right of way
without running but, almost gliding the way a cross country skier would travel across snow.
Knees slightly bent, and with their arms swinging to and fro. These animals can move through the
forest as quiet as a deer, and go virtually undetected by humans not but a few yards away, or can
sound like a Freight Train moving through the forest ripping and tearing saplings out of the ground
as they make their way to their desired destination.

Be sure to come back often as we will post new findings as we gather them from the field,
while conducting our ongoing investigations.

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