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Whoa!, Hard to believe but I made it all the way to episode 23 of My Crypto World. For this episode I used a different camera, just purely for convenience, as I did not want to set up the other one. In this episode I alert you to an upcoming Bigfoot Seminar that I will be at and I talk about the very popular "Eagle Cam Bigfoot" video and how it caused me some issues.

Here is the episode.



Thanks and look for more in the future. 
~Tom~


 
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


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Jason Morse filming with Paranormal and Beyond.

On February 21, 2016, I was scouting for areas that could possibly have Bigfoot activity, and as I was driving down Grant Rd in Newmarket, I stopped at the Tuttle Farm Conservation Area and found a possible track line, View it by Clicking Here. 

Fast forward to today, after being honored with an invitation to be on Paranormal and Beyond for a second time, that was the area I wanted to check out. (You can watch my first appearance on Paranormal and Beyond by Clicking Here.)

I've never been in this area, parking lot excluded, but after seeing the track line, I knew that this was going to be a great spot.

Bob McDermott, host of Paranormal And Beyond, and Art Wolinsky, editor, cameraman, director, and all around nice guy was nice enough to join me and film an investigation.

There were several very interesting things that we came across, and in my honest opinion, there is most certainly at least a couple Bigfoot in the area.



Steve Clark, founder of S.T.U.R.S., and Jaimie Adams, paranormal investigator and member of S.T.U.R.S., wanted to continue investigating, so we went to an area that's close to where there was a sighting, View that report by clicking here, we found several interesting things there, notice the pictures below of the stone placed in a peculiar way, some tree breaks, and some possible stick formations. 



It was a good day, having the privilege of hanging out with the Bob and Art from Paranormal And Beyond and Steve, Jamie, and Paula from S.T.U.R.S..

Keep your eyes to the trees and your mind open. Until next time....



Hope you enjoy the video!

-JM-



This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse. Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.




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Recently,  the Crypto Crew's Jason Morse was a special guest on Paranormal and Beyond. There is a lot of information given about bigfoot during the show. Jason's also tells about some of his sightings and investigations.

Paranormal and Beyond is hosted by Bob McDermott and Debbie Raymond

Here's the show


On a recent research trip to East Bethany, N.Y, I found three possible bigfoot knuckle prints. The prints were behind the house we were staying at during our investigation. I found three prints in line and made a casting of the best one. The possible knuckle prints were about 6 feet apart, that is what made me think it could possibly be a bigfoot.  It appeared as if it was moving along fairly good without any problems. There were also a lot of deer tracks around the possible knuckle prints.

Here is the casting and some measurements.


The three knuckle prints, I assume, are the index finger, the middle finger and ring finger. Each proposed metatarsal ranges from 2 1/4 -2 3/4 inches long, as opposed to my 1 1/4-1 3/4 inch finger bones.
For more of a comparison - my middle finger is about 1 3/4 inches in length as seen in this photo.
  
Now, in what I'm assuming is the middle finger in the print casting, the length is much greater. The middle finger appears to be closer to 3 inches.
Here is a hard to see photo.

While, I can't say for 100 percent that these knuckle prints were made by a bigfoot, I think it is safe to say that whatever made them was much larger than my hand print. I also thought it would be better to make a casting, just in case.


-Jason-



This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse. Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.



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This is a sit down interview and table discussion about the previous nights investigation. The investigation took place in the Rolling Hills Asylum. The table discussion is hosted by TCC's Jason Morse, who also took part in the ghost hunt. There are various topics discussed and some good information about this investigation and past investigations.

Rolling Hills Asylum is 53,000+ sq. ft. brick building that sits on a knoll in the hamlet of E. Bethany, N.Y.. It has long been a popular place for ghost hunters and has had a long history of being haunted. it did not disappoint the STURS team.

Here is the table discussion of the events.



Here are some links to STURS:

Facebook page - Click here
Website - Click here

A big thanks to Jason and the gang over at STURS.

Jason also might have some more stuff to share with us in the near future from this event.







This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


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I recently found a possible old trackline in the snow. The stride is 5 foot or more. I didn't move the tape measure between the photos on the left.

Toe to toe, it's around a 5' 5" stride. This is very close to the place where there was a bigfoot sighting back in November. (Post found here)

The pattern and stride of these track seem to be consistent with a bigfoot trackline. Of course with what appears to be some snow melt or possible blowing snow, I can not see any definition of toes.

There appears to be 13 individual tracks in this line that lead off into the woods.





The snow is about 6 inches deep and the tracks seems to have made a pretty deep impression. This suggest that what ever made these tracks was probably pretty heavy.


Here are a few more photos.
 


Close up of one single track. Appears to be about a 13-14 inch track.

  
Another view of the track line leading up into the woods.

Of course, in the end I can not say for sure what made these tracks, but I also can not rule out that a bigfoot might have made them.

Also, I should mention that these were found in New Hampshire on Feb. 18th .

I did follow the tracks into the woodline, I didn't find much. The tracks went to a bare area, and I lost them.









This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse.  Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.


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Matt Moneymaker and TCC Team Member Jason Morse
Back in April, I reported on how The Crypto Crew was providing information to the Finding Bigfoot crew for their upcoming show in New Hampshire. We now have an air date for that show. If you would like to review the post from back in April and view the pictures, then please click here.

Jason Morse and one of our witnesses was able to attend the town hall meeting and was invited back the next day. At this point we do not know how much the show will feature our team or our reports, we may not be in it at all. We have no control over the editing of the show or it's contents. We may be featured or we may not. But I feel we provided a lot of good information via email and via Jason and the witness. Now we just have to wait and see if any or how much of the information made it on the final cut of the show. In any case, we were glad to have the opportunity and everyone treated us very well.

The air date for the Finding Bigfoot New Hampshire show is set for January 17th.

Here is a little more information about the Finding Bigfoot crew being in New Hampshire. The town hall meeting lasted a reportedly 4 hours. The Finding Bigfoot crew heard several compelling reports. The Finding Bigfoot crew was in New Hampshire from April 7th - 15th.

The new season of Finding Bigfoot starts January 3rd, and the New Hampshire show on the 17th. I hope you will watch it and see if you can find us in the show.

This will be the 9th season of Finding Bigfoot! The season will feature shows in Maine, New Hampshire, Oregon and Georgia, just to name a few.



Thanks
~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.



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The Ocean State ParaCon is an annual event that brings the paranormal and metaphysical communities together in supporting a selected charitable cause.

This year, they are honored to announce that all monies raised will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project.


I'm happy to say that our very own Jason Morse will be at this event representing The Crypto Crew.
Make sure to stop by his table and get the latest scoops.

There is an impressive line up for this years event. Check out some of the guest.
 
Everyone who can, go out and support this event, it is for a good cause and you can meet some really awesome people.

Thanks
~Tom~





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About a month or so ago I was contacted again by producers for the hit TV show Finding Bigfoot.
They were interested in reports that we had taken from the New Hampshire area.

I was able to provide a good sum of information and pointed out we had a TCC team member in NH.

After it was all said and done Team member Jason Morse and one of our witnesses was invited to the town hall meeting.

After the meeting, Jason and said witness was invited back the next day. We can not comment any further on filming or anything, but we can share some photos and hear what Jason had to say about the experience.

Here is what Jason had to say:

 

".....the whole cast and crew were nothing but friendly and polite. Cliff was even nicer and more genuine in person, Ranae was funny, super nice........"


Jason with Cliff Barackman.

Back in 2014, I did an interview with Cliff. He was super nice. Check out the interview by Clicking Here!











Jason with Renae. Jason had this to say "......Both he (Cliff) and Ranae were really awesome."











 

Here is Jason with Matt Moneymaker.  Jason had this to say about Matt "...........Matt was really a nice guy"


I think sometimes Matt gets a little bit of a bad rap but he really has provided a lot information via the BFRO website.











And no visit with the cast of Finding Bigfoot would be complete without everyone's favorite member, BoBo.

Jason said ".... Bobo was ..... nice as well.."


Jason also had this to say "....In fact, all the cast knew about us (TCC), which was cool."











So, in the end Jason had a great time and I'm glad he was there to represent our Team.
We have no idea if Jason will actually make it on TV or not or if we will even be mentioned in any way but it was a good experience nonetheless. 

I can only hope the information our team provided is useful and that it adds value to the Finding Bigfoot show. We of course can not talk about the details of the show due to NDA but of course we think it has the potential to be the best one so far. (lol)

Thanks to the producers and cast of Finding Bigfoot for showing us respect and a good time.


Thanks
~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.






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Bigfoot tree break
Tree break


This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse.  Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.


 
Tree knocks and stick structures... Bigfoot or not?
By Jason Morse


  Many researchers frequently go out into the woods looking for various evidence of the possibility of a Bigfoot being nearby, or for one that's passed through the area. Lately, some of the common pieces of “evidence” presented are stick structures and audio or video depicting what sounds like a tree being struck by a limb or other piece of a tree.
I want to touch on a couple things that could open the serious researcher's mind.

  I was speaking to a good friend and great researcher, Bruce Barraclough, founder of NEAR (North Eastern Anomalous Research) and he made mention of a few very interesting things. The following will touch on these topics.

  Let's start with the tree knocking....

  I will now pose a question to all the researchers out there. How many of you have been walking through the woods and decide to attempt to elicit a response from a possible Bigfoot by grabbing a stick from the ground and whacking a nearby tree? Most of have at one point or another, I know I have. Now, my point.... When one finds a  limb, stick, etc on the ground, it's usually due to wind breaking a branch, deteriorating of the tree, causing it to break off and fall, and each time I've found one and decided to try a tree knock, I've got one, perhaps two good knocks before the item that I'm using is reduced to toothpicks. Now, I'm not a really small guy, I've been in concrete construction for 20+ years, am over 6 feet tall, and have a relatively decent amount of strength, and I get one , or if I've found a more sturdy stick, two good knocks from it. Now put that same branch, limb, or portion of tree into the hands of a creature that's  over 7 feet tall, weighing 400+ lbs with three or more times the strength of a normal man. I don't think I need to explain what happens. I've talked to other researchers that have decided that picking up a stick and smacking a tree is pointless, because it can only provide a couple knocks, so they go out armed with the handle of an axe or sledgehammer. So how can a creature the size of a Sasquatch accomplish numerous knocks with rotted wood? Simple. Both Bruce and myself have talked about this, and we're in complete agreement that if anything, the knocks are being accomplished by using a rock against a tree or other rock. Rock “clacking” has been reported many times, and I'm tempted to believe that a stone is the only implement that could be used to accomplish this. NOW, next time Bill D. Researcher goes out into the woods, go ahead and find a fallen stick and give it a try, then use a rock. The sound is different, and the rock against a tree causes the sound to travel further, and rock against rock emits a sound that can be heard even further away.

  In the fall and spring, when the mornings are brisk, and the afternoon warms up, the fibers in the tree expand and contract, often causing “snapping” noises, and it's my thought that this is often (not necessarily always) misidentified as a tree knock. Furthermore, in certain areas, finding an adequate sized rock in dense woods isn't the easiest thing to locate.

  So there's some food for thought about tree knocks. Now let's talk about stick structures and tree twists.

  I was contacted by a novice researcher a while back, saying he'd located an amazing stick structure, and I had to check it out, so I met him at the location about an hour's drive from my home, we then trekked out about 2 hours into the woods off trail at a nearby state park. We crested a knoll, and there it was, the mother of all stick structures. Intricately crafted, it had a large horizontal support with smaller branches leaning at a 45 degree angle from the larger tree trunk to the ground, and even smaller branches were weaved in and out of those. I was exited, thinking that there had to be some kind of evidence inside this thing, such as hair, prey remains, etc. So I wasted no time carefully poking my head inside, and looked around inside the 3 foot wide by 7 foot long by 3 foot tall structure, only to be disappointed to find the remains of a small fireplace. Hiker, hardcore camper, or survivalist. Darn. After touching on this subject with Bruce, I started talking with folks from varied walks of life.

  I grew up in Downeast Maine, about 30 miles northeast of Bar Harbor, and most of my friends, family, and others that lived in the area were avid hunters, so I spoke to some of them about this.

  The most interesting guy I talked to, I'll call him Jack, said that he used to go out hunting for a couple days at a time frequently, and at night, he'd often make a rudimentary shelter if the weather got bad, or just to take a nap in. When I mentioned tree twists, he said that he would be walking through the woods, and he'd grab a small limb and give it a  twist and break it in the direction he came from. (He was leaving markers to easily find his way home) He had picked up this technique from his father who'd been shown it by his father. There's 3 generations of tree twists and stick structures in one family in one small area. When multiplied by other old school hunters, trappers, fisherman, campers, or avid outdoors-men, that adds up to a lot of structures and twists.

  Then I talked to a local hunter who's son was in the Boy Scouts of America....

  His son had just received a  badge in camping and survival. He was accompanied by the troop and troop leader on an overnight trek. The troop was instructed to make a shelter to stay out of the wind and weather, then to find his way out. That old hunter''s trick must have proved to be very useful, the troop would break off small branches to show the route they took, and markers were fashioned to show the way back as well.

  Hmm, hunters, outdoors-men, now Boy Scouts... Wait, I'm not done yet.

  I have an acquaintance that has had a difficult time with his life. He's been homeless for reasons that aren't important in this topic. What is important is that he said he'd go to the public library and read about old military tricks to survive in the wild. Yup, you guessed it, branch breaks to find his way, and learned to make structures out of branches, old tarps, whatever was available.

  In closing, the mind HAS to be open to all possibilities when doing Bigfoot research, look at all angles. What could this or that have been, what could have built this or that, and what was that noise coming from?  These should be the first things thought about when you find a couple trees leaning against each other. I'm not in the least saying that a Bigfoot wouldn't do any of these things, one very well might, however, EVERY broken branch, leaning tree, and structure don't mean it's necessarily a Sasquatch.

  Very special thanks to Bruce Barraclough from NEAR for getting me thinking about this, and giving me some info about it. Be safe and smart in the woods, folks. The truth IS out there!
~JM~






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Possible Bigfoot Sounds from Maine


This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse.  Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.


 
Report from Eric Perry
Taken by Jason Morse


I was contacted recently by Eric Perry, Founder of CNHPS (Central New Hampshire Paranormal Society), with a very interesting account. He was camping a short time ago on the border of Maine and New Hampshire while doing a paranormal investigation.

The location was Parsonsfield, Maine. While investigating a report of a haunting, they went outside to go from one building to another, when Eric and his associate heard a noise that, as Eric put it, “Made the hair on your neck stand up and stopped us dead in our tracks.” He went on to say that the noise started off at a low pitch, then progressively grew into a high-pitched scream, all in a couple seconds. Now, this may sound like the run-of-the-mill “I heard something go bump in the night”, HOWEVER, recall the report taken a mere couple weeks ago, from Conway, NH? The vocalizations that were heard was approximately 70 miles to the report of a gentleman watching one get up from a crouch and walk away with a limp. The fact that there was 2 reports so fairly close together, one of which told to me by someone I have the utmost respect for, in such a short time frame really gets my excitement going.



I expect there to be more from this area in the near future. Stand by and see for yourselves!!
- JM





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Bigfoot in New Hampshire

This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse.  Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.


Dave had a bigfoot sighting on 7/7/14 in New Hampshire. The event has left him shaken up and he is having trouble sleeping. The Bigfoot had what appeared to be a gimp right leg.
The Audio is a little distorted at the first of the interview but clears up.
You can read the sighting report by Clicking Here
Here is the interview.



Thanks
JM




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This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


Interview With TCC's Jason Morse
 
In our 9th installment of the interview series we bring you our very own Jason Morse. Jason has been a active member of The Crypto Crew and has conducted many witness interviews and field research for the group. He also took part in my recent film, Bigfoot: The Evidence Files, and not only provided some photos but also took part as a host. Jason is slated for several projects in the future, we'll do our best to keep everyone posted.

- Start Interview -

Tom: How long have you been researching/studying Bigfoot?
JM: I've been actively researching in the woods about 4 years, but have been learning all I can about the subject for 30+ years.

Tom: What got you interested in Bigfoot, Was there a particular event that got you started?
JM: I've always been interested in the subject, but my first sighting in 2011 changed my life. I intend to research until I'm no longer physically able.

Tom: During your research/studying of Bigfoot, have you ever encountered aggressive behavior or felt in danger from a Bigfoot?
JM: I've never felt like I was in danger, I've been the victim of "games", tossing acorns, circling me like they was herding me in a certain direction. I've found them, in my area anyway, too be very playful, curious, and interested creatures.

Tom: It seems Skeptics are always ready to attack Bigfoot research, How do you deal with it?
JM: I allow anyone to have their beliefs without a problem, when I'm the one being attacked for one reason or another, I simply become the bigger, more mature person and leave the environment.

Tom: Would you like to see Bigfoot accepted and/or proven to the general public?
JM: On one hand, being proven by science would be good. Steps could be taken to protect these amazing creatures to allow them to flourish without fear. On the other hand, poachers would be flooding the forests of the world trying to get one, I'd assume, much like other endangered animals are victim of. They are doing better than some may think, from my experience, so I'm all set with them continuing to be a mystery to the scientific world. I'd hate to see an article, news broadcast, or what have you with a topic of experimenting, harming, or abusing a Sasquatch.

Tom: What is your favorite time of year to research/study Bigfoot, When do you have your most success?
JM: Early spring and fall are my personal favorite times to do research. Visibility is better without full leaves on trees, less pests to annoy me in the woods, and better temperatures to hike in.

Tom: Do you have a favorite Bigfoot story or report?
JM: I've always liked the story of Albert Osterman being "kidnapped" by a clan of Bigfoot, too escape later by making the alpha male sick from snuff.

Tom: What would you be doing if you wasn't researching/studying Bigfoot?
JM: I'd probably be doing something else in the woods. I love nature and being outdoors, so I can't see me not going out for some kind of knowledge about the natural world.

Thanks for doing the interview, taking part in the documentary film and your continued work you do for the Crypto Crew. We all look forward to more from you in the future.

- End Interview -

Over the years Jason has provided us with some very good bigfoot evidence. Every thing from photos to audio evidence. Thanks again for all you do.

More interviews are on the way! I hope everyone is enjoying them.

Thanks
~Tom~







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