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Exploring for Ginseng and Bigfoot - Day 3

Another beautiful day and another day for an adventure out in the mountains of southeast Kentucky!
I return to an area where there has been bigfoot activity in the past. Hunting ginseng is very enjoyable to me and it gives me yet another reason to get out in the mountains.

During this exploration I encounter a bear, show you some possible bigfoot structures and a few other things I think you might find interesting.

Here is the video

Bigfoot: Female Researchers Share Their Perspectives

By Dorraine Fisher

Researching bigfoot is an experience like nothing else. And everyone who does it has a slightly different approach to it. And it’s historically been mostly men who trekked the woods in search of what many used to call a “monster.”  Men often pursue bigfoot as a conquest. They often approach with what they consider to be logic and reason. Most are out to prove these creatures do in fact exist. And they will spend a lot of time and energy out there trying. They have more of a hands-on approach and are often highly competitive. And of course, not all are the same but men often have a more aggressive or just a more methodical  “businesslike” approach to finding bigfoot.

But as bigfoot encounters have not been limited to just men,  in the last ten to 15 years a lot of women have joined the quest and started doing their own research. And they often have a radically different approach in their methods. And methods vary widely. Some female researchers have an almost motherly approach to how they do research. They often approach bigfoot areas more gently. And many have said they don’t care as much about proving bigfoot exists as much as they do about protecting them,  keeping them out of harm’s way, and making sure they have plenty of space to exist in peace. But they also have the same burning curiosity about them. They want to find the areas in which they live, and they sometimes want to find ways to communicate with them. They are less apt to share their research findings and are less willing to debate about them when they do present their findings. It’s not necessarily competition for them.

Hiking and Bigfooting In Kentucky!

Its time for another hiking and bigfooting outing ...and once again I'm taking you with me!
My wife and I are in the beautiful mountains of Southeast Kentucky, in Harlan county. We find some very interesting things along our journey. This area is one I'm familiar with and an area that has produced bigfoot tracks in the past.

The weather is great for getting outdoors and we could not wait to hit the mountains.

Here is the video:

Bigfoot Watches Bonfire

Here is an interesting video from Corky's Research page. Here is what Corky said about the capture.

"This was taken by a game cam mounted in my flower bed over 40 yards away, on the back side of the house. We were able to see him because of the fire in the back yard. The cam was set to take a pic ever 5 seconds. He was gone by the next set of photo's. This was the juvenile bigfoot that has been here 7 years."

It appears that Corky put the pictures on a monitor and then filmed them with his cell phone to create the video. In the series of pictures, you can see the figure move next to the tree and hide behind it.

Here is the video, followed by some additional information:

Back to Bigfooting!

I finally got a chance to get back out in the mountains. Going to the mountains is very relaxing to me, it helps keep me centered. I head out to one of my bigfoot areas and exchange some game cams.This is an area I have researched for many years. Over the years it has produced many interesting finding and experiences for me.

For this little trip I take you along for the outing. Hope you enjoy the short video.

Here is the video:

I was out in one of my research areas a couple days ago to change out some game cams. While there I of course looked around for signs of bigfoot. I was able to find some interesting tree breaks and one good track.

I hope to return to the area in the future but for now I though I would share a short video of some of the breaks.

Here is the video

The wife and I managed to get out in the  mountains yesterday. Our goals were to exchange out some game cameras, get in some much needed outside time, and to scout around for signs of bigfoot.

It was a great day to be out and the temperatures were good for hiking the mountains. We got the game cameras replaced and continued to explore the area. I hope to share some of the videos from the game cams in the coming days.

While we explored the area we did find a few interesting things.

Just got off the phone with TCC team member Tony Felosi. He gathered a bigfoot track report today that was pretty interesting.

The man talking to Tony, who we will keep anonymous and call Jim, was a bit reluctant to share his story at first. From what he told Tony it is something that he normally don't tell people.


Here is the story and details of the event.

Today I shared something I had not shared before. I did it in an Facebook Live video, which I will also share here, and I will also include several photos. This is most likely a Bigfoot hair from a juvenile bigfoot.

I was out filming for season 2 of Almost Live: The Hunt for Bigfoot, when I found three distinctive juvenile bigfoot tracks. I selected the best track of the three and make a plaster casing of it. It held more treasures than I knew at first.

Below are a series of pictures documenting the track casing.


Bigfoot: The Question of Migration
By Dorraine Fisher


Many bigfoot researchers claim there is a season in which bigfoot activity occurs in their research areas and other times of the year when they find little to no evidence of activity at all. But these claims seem to be inconsistent. And the inconsistency often seems to depend on where the researcher’s area is located. So, do bigfoot migrate or not? Those researchers known to the community as habituators, or those who claim bigfoot lives near or around their homes continuously, will tell you they definitely don’t migrate. They observe activity all year long on their properties and sometimes make the claim they interact with them personally with no large time lapses in between encounters.  So the answer to this question may be a resounding yes...and no, depending on the researcher you ask.

Hey gang, I took a few hours our of my morning to hit the mountains and look for bigfoot tracks.
Of course, I took along my camera so I could share the efforts with everyone.

During the outing I find some interesting things, and share a couple of stories that you might find interesting.

Here is the video.

Okay, after a short set back I was able to get back in the woods. This is just a short research video that took place over two days at the end of June and the first of July.

This is two different areas both of which have had bigfoot activity in them in the past. Areas where I have found numerous bigfoot tracks and stick formations. While there was nothing amazing captured on video, this time, it was a couple of good days out in the woods. This video will let you get a pretty good look at some of our squatchin' area.

Here is the video:

Okay, so this is another one of them stories and pictures that I don't know who to credit. The above image and the another image, shown below, were posted on Facebook. I do not remember who posted it or in what group it was posted.

I did ask some questions about it and this is what I was told:

Okay, you may have or may not have seen this as it is several months old. At one time this image was being posted around in various facebook bigfoot groups. While there was not really any back story to the picture, at least anything with any detail, it was said that this was the leg and foot from a bigfoot.

The following picture, a close up of the foot, was also offered as more proof that it was from a bigfoot.

Here is the picture:

I do not know where this comes from, who found it or the story behind it but allegedly it is a tooth from a bigfoot. At least that is what some people believe. It does appear rather large, maybe even too large to be from a bigfoot.

I do not know if any experts have looked or studied it. Just looking at it, it does appear to be rather old. But I wonder if we can match it up with a known animal?

Let's try.

Okay, so I took a break from working on the honey do list and spent another day in the Kentucky mountains. I explored an area that I had not been in for the past several years. I do make a few interesting discoveries and show you some of our beautiful scenery here in southeastern Kentucky. This area is a prime area for a large creature such as bigfoot, with plenty of water sources and food sources.

Over the last several years it seems that this part of the state has seen an increase in bigfoot sighting reports, which leads me to believe that the population numbers in this area are increasing.

With that said, here is a video our my outing followed by a couple pictures and more details about them.

Just a another very short teaser of the film. This was during a very rough outing in harsh environment, but we still had time for a laugh.

The film will feature lots of field research, numerous interviews, Bigfoot, Giants, caves, Bones and more!

You still have time to become a backer for the film!


The following report comes from our friend Richard. The sighting of a possible bigfoot took place around the end of January 2019. The sighting happened near the Whipple community. Whipple is a small area within Bell county.  Of course, being in this part of Kentucky, it is surrounded by mountains.

One thing you need to realize is that in this area all of our communities have numerous old mining roads, logging roads and trails around them. These are sometimes used for riding ATV or motorcycles, hiking or horseback riding. Some are used often while others are rarely used at all. Another thing to note is that some of these places have official names, while others don't. Sometimes the locals have a name for a certain area but that is not the official name. This makes it very hard and sometimes impossible to find on google maps.

This general area of Kentucky has had a fair number of bigfoot sightings. I have documented numerous reports over the years.

Here is the report from Richard.


I got the following report via Facebook Messenger. The person wishes to remain anonymous, so for this report we will just call him Pete.

This report comes from the Black Mountain area in Harlan county Kentucky. Black Mountain is an excellent area for Bigfoot and is home to numerous Bigfoot reports.

Black Mountain is the highest mountain peak in the Commonwealth of Kentucky with a summit elevation of 4,145 feet  above mean sea level and a top-to-bottom height of over 2,500 feet.

Here is the report:
Area of second sighting

TCC members Bobby and Corinna Long give us an update from their home state of Oregon. Oregon is home to numerous Bigfoot sightings and has an idea habitat for Bigfoot.

This report contains three different sightings by Bobby and Corinna spread over a span of around three years. If you have had a sighting in any of these area, please contact us.

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