“I have sasquatch on the brain and I’m trigger happy”
Put that in the “Quote Book” 🙂
30 degrees ? weather for Shorts ! ( In Michigan ) Thanx for Posting !
is there snot? lol To funny, Thanks for the video Norman..
lol, thanks Liz…..I had fun making that video!
hey norman, i wonder if that squatch was looking for a date at the facility? : p
idk art, I try to steer clear of Sasquatch dating habits, lol
Sounds like Adam Sandler in The Waterboy, “Momma said Sasquatch is the devil”. Funny guy, interesting video
Momma’s Wrong Again……………… 😉
This is so great Norman, thanks! Would love to see more of these sent our way.
I already have two other places pinpointed… Going this weekend if the weather is right!
30 degrees is cold?!?
In South Louisiana…. 30 Deg. is freezing! …. we spoiled to the warm weather down here!
LOL. I realize 30 deg is freezing in Louisiana. I lived there for about 8 years growing up. Baton Rouge for 4 years, then Prairieville for another 4.
I’m living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada now. It typically gets as low as 30 degrees below zero in the winter. Average temp around 14 degrees during the winter.
Too cold for me nich
Very Cool Norman, thanks for making the video.
Would be very cool if members could go to locations near them and video areas where an encounter took place.
That’s the idea Kim.. g.. I would love to see other areas in other states…
What a great idea Norman! I think youve started a new trend. Keep them coming! What might help with the wind
noise thru the mike is a wind sock.
Do you know what the apes and monkey are used for at this facility? Or is it a zoo of sorts?
Yea the wind sucked….and this was with a cell phone, sock wouldn’t work…
And the facility is for research of different kinds..
That was great, thanks Norman. 🙂 Love how u covered all the areas and explained the terrain. Well done.
Thanks…..my dream is to one day become a real field expert like “no shoes curly”……lol…
Great video Norman. You asked why would the bigfoot would be interested in the research facility.It could be that it was attracted to the ape/chimpanzee scent??
Yea, I think the sound and/or smell of primates caught the Sasquatch’s attention…and he/she went to the fence being curious…
Thanks Norman! I live next door in Texas! I’m going to go to the Sam Houston state Forest in a couple of months maybe I’ll get the nerve to make a video almost as good as yours? Good job
You got that Reid,
Just find a location where Sasquatch was seen, pinpoint close as possible, and hit that record button!
I would love to see Sam Houston!
Cool video! I like that you put the challenge out there for others-interesting sighting!! Thanks!
my pleasure Janine, it was fun…..Yea, the challenge is out there… 🙂
Outstanding job Norman. You are a natural! It was really interesting to see how thick those woods are and how difficult it is to navigate in that terrain. Thanks for your awesome contribution to the site. Now if you can just hook up with Bobo……:)
I was really just being myself out there, those woods were way thicker than I thought, I had to edit a good bit out because I kept getting tangled up in vines and sticker bushes… I love this site! 🙂
haha, Bobo can tag along but he gotta leave the firecrackers and strobe lights at home!
Norman! Awww….this is was Great!
I remember armadillos from when I was a little girl in Texas….they were so cute lying there on the side of the roads sleeping 😉
that is funny Lisa, lol
I’m not sure why the side of the road seems to be a comfortable place to crash for the little guys! 😉
Right on, Norman! Thanks for sharing this with us.
Not a problem Aaron,
If you do a video in your area…..make sure you keep the mask…..
we can call the episodes…. “Blending with Sasquatch” 🙂
keep up the great work man
thanks, I plan on it Bingfoot…..
Good job Norman, hopefully you’ve set the stage here for other members who live in heavily forested areas to come forward with some video. Doesn’t have to b class A sightings, just a feel like what Ryan did in Mississippi, adds value to the blog. I live in southern Ca. where there is very little activity so seeing these type of locations with some narrative is cool. After all the negativity of yesterdays show its good u got us back on the right track.
Glad you enjoyed the video Pat,
I’m sure someone watching got the nerve to get out there with a camera, 😉
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