Jul 8

Watch: Sasquatch Activity and Prints-Bigfoot Alabama

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The YouTuber writes “New stick structures and prints found in my sighting area. I was gone for a few days and returned to find some interesting things in my sighting area”

14 Responses to “Watch: Sasquatch Activity and Prints-Bigfoot Alabama”

    • Stacey H

      Stacey H

      I live I Mobile currently, but was born and raised in Bham, lived several years in Tuscaloosa, and then 20 years in North Al before moving here recently.
      I would love to chat with fellow Sasquatch enthusiasts. My entire family thinks I’m insane!

      July 15th, 2015

  1. Robert H

    Yes those things this guy pointed out were very interesting. Something broke that tree… Some of the smaller branches could of been a storm but a couple of those prints I thought I saw a foot and toes. Good post Wes and thanks to the guy that shared his video. Great Job

  2. Dave T

    I’m not quite on board with all of this video. The stick structure maybe. The big tree that was laying down wasn’t anything and here’s why: it’s broke off at the bottom not high up out of reach, look at the bark on the close up and you’ll see the tree was rotted and dead, look at some of the other trees behind it, they look like dead pines also and are all laying in the same direction but fell sometime ago. The large branch up in the saplings 8+ feet is just a branch from the dead pine that fell and the branch broke off during the fall and got lodged there. The forest floor was roughed up in some places but lots of animals can do that. There’s no clear foot print. Remember the rule: make BF your last conclusion, not the first. Sorry if people think I’m trying to rain on his parade, I just can’t say that’s a squatch alright.

    • Stacey H

      I live I Mobile currently, but was born and raised in Bham, lived several years in Tuscaloosa, and then 20 years in North Al before moving here recently.
      I would love to chat with fellow Sasquatch enthusiasts. My entire family thinks I’m insane!

  3. Milton L

    Keep up the good work. Each bit of evidence does not have to be conclusive. Over time, a pattern will develop if the area is frequented by these creatures.
    This is an indicator that more observations might be made here.

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