Monday, October 27, 2014

"Main Stream" Study Published in the Journal Nature Supports The Findings of the Sasquatch Genome Project

The participants in and the supporters of the Sasquatch Genome Project received an eye opening education about the politics of modern science. We also received a crash course in publishing scientific papers and the bias that exist in the current scientific establishment hierarchy. We all were convinced that the mountain of evidence presented in the DNA study would be more than enough to persuade the stubborn naysayers in the scientific community. We all learned a hard lesson and George Knapp tried to warn us. But now it appears that even though the negative bias still exist toward the study, new evidence is coming forth to support the DNA Study from a extremely unlikely source.

A study published in the Journal Nature appears to support the general findings of the DNA study. One of the main criticism of the Sasquatch DNA Paper published in early 2013 was that hybridization between Sasquatch and modern humans was "ludicrous", "impossible", or "wild speculation". But wait, fast forward to December of 2013 and a group of scientist publish a paper in the Journal Nature that essentially claims that the genome of a Neanderthal skeleton they discovered was actually a hybrid. A mixture of modern humans, denisovans, neanderthals, and (surprise-surpise) a "potential unknown hominin".

"The new analysis finds that the genomes of Han Chinese and other mainland Asian populations, as well as of Native Americans, contain about 0.2 percent Denisovan genes.

The genome comparisons also show that Denisovans interbred with a mysterious, fourth group of early humans also living in Eurasia at the time."


The results are extremely similar to Dr. Ketchum's results, a genome that shows hybridization with modern humans and a unknown hominin. It is more than worth mentioning that the Journal Nature treated the DNA Study and the DNA Study Team extremely unprofessionally. Journal Nature reviewers violated ethic rules by releasing the peer reviews of  the DNA Study paper to third parties. These third parties then used this information along with the confidentiality agreement imposed the the Sasquatch Genome Project members to wage a disinformation/smear campaign. The Journal Nature also employed delaying tactics keeping the paper in the review process for two years. The Journal Nature demanded frivolous documentation and some reviewers refused to read the paper rejecting it without even bothering to read it. The reviewers that read the paper ask for documentation that already existed in the paper, and some of the reviewers just refused to believe the results even though there was detailed documentation to include three complete genomes. (Peer Reviews) Then the Journal Nature finally rejected the paper for publication after years of delaying tactics and two peer review processes.

 In comparison the Neanderthal Genome paper referenced above was received by Journal Nature on

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Blinking Bigfoot on Trail Camera?

This trail camera footage was captured at the National Park close to where I captured the Plot Watcher footage.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Bigfoot sneaking a peak?

While walking quickly through very heavy vegetation I have my camera pointed to the side. During review I notice I walk by something very dark crouched beside the trail. I never noticed the subject so I only captured a second or two of this dark object. One frame looks extremely interesting. Is it a Bigfoot? The area of this video capture has heavy Bigfoot activity.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Anomalies at the Feeding Station

While videoing at a feeding station I capture two oddities. Are these anomalies nothing more than shadows and leafs or something else? One of the subjects appears to move and even though I zoom in and out  change the camera angle the anomalies maintain their integrity.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Bigfoot or Bear Messing witth Trail Camera

This is another trail camera video that has me scratching my head, is it a bear? is it a Bigfoot?

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Bigfoot Licking Trail Camera - Enhanced and Stablilized

Continuing the project to use my new software to stabilize and enhance older videos I have posted the Bigfoot licking the trail camera video. 

Many critics have claimed this is anything from a "porcupine" to a "hairy teenager". I must point out the location of this camera was in the National Park, not near a trail, and the camera was mounted nine feet off the ground. The trail camera is in the same area where I collected hair samples that are in the Ketchum DNA study.

For me, the most convincing aspect of the video is the speed of the subject. The lick happens in a less than a second. The video camera is recording at thirty frames per second. The lick happens in less than thirty frames. I find it highly unlikely that a human could lick the camera and move that fast.

Below is the lick sequence, note how the face blurs and elongates because the subject is moving so fast.

Also the trail camera was inside a custom built steel box. I used a circular saw with a steel cutting blade to cut the hole for the camera lens. The edge of that cut was sharp and rough. I can imagine it would be a very unpleasant experience to lick that camera, most likely cutting the tongue.

I always find it entertaining that some of the critics come up with theories and explanations for what licked the camera that are more extreme and improbable than my claim that the subject is a Bigfoot. 

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Bigfoot Blur Over the Shoulder

On a recent causal outing in the National Park I was attempting to just enjoy myself. No research, no cameras, just some peace and quite, birds singing, stream bubbling, and the scent of fresh air. But what seems to happen more and more lately is my large hairy friends or better a large hairy something had different plans.

I was walking along a trail when I heard something stomping around in the underbrush as if it wanted my attention. In an effort to get a picture I pretended not to hear the noises and took pictures back over my shoulder with my iPhone hoping to get picture of the noise maker.

Below are the product of my effort, one of the three has something familiar looking in it. It is "blobsquatchy" but interesting....

What is the dark object in the photo below?

Is this a Bigfoot or something else??