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Exploring for Ginseng & Bigfoot

Hi Gang, I'm going to keep this  a very short  post. I finally got a chance to get back in the mountains and boy I can tell you I really needed it. All this sitting around was getting to me.

Well, anyways I had a very good day hunting ginseng and looking for Bigfoot evidence. Found some good sized ginseng and some interesting stick formations in the woods.

Please check out the video, and I hope you enjoy it.

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

Exploring for Ginseng and Bigfoot

September 1st is the opening day of ginseng season in Kentucky. I take you along with me as I return to an area that has bigfoot activity in the past. I look for ginseng and and explore for bigfoot evidence.

So, come with me and enjoy a beautiful day in the mountains of Southeastern Kentucky!

Hiking At Camp Blanton

We spent the better part of a day hiking at Camp Blanton. We show you the famous Knobby Rock, and the labyrinth known as The Maze. By the end of the day we had logged almost 9 miles of trekking through this 100 year old forest.

Here is some info about Blanton Forest and Camp Blanton.
Blanton Forest is located on Pine Mountain in Harlan County and is the largest old growth forest known in Kentucky.

Blanton Forest is named in honor of former owners Grover and Oxie Blanton. The Blantons purchased the land in 1928 and passed it on to their daughters with the understanding that it would never be logged.

Here is our video of our hike.

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:

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.

I thought I would just share another day of exploring the woods of Kentucky with everyone. In this video I'm hunting ginseng and looking for bigfoot evidence.

I do manage to find a few things that are interesting and I talk some about bigfoot, the bigfoot community, films and social media.

I hope you enjoy the video and some out our beautiful mountains.
Here is the video:

Hey Gang, today I took a few hours to explore the mountains here in my beautiful state of Kentucky.
While out I of course was looking for bigfoot evidence but I was also our looking for ginseng. I managed to get into some very rough and steep areas, but I had a blast and enjoyed it.

I made a short video of today's adventure and I did fine a few interesting things.
Check out the video.

Back out in the woods in an area where I have had some interesting findings. Once again I wanted to test out my foot in a area that is a little rougher than the previous day. I've been pretty sick and wanted to push myself to see if I could hack it.

This area is a great place for numerous animals. It has an abundance of water sources and food sources.

Here is the video:

I got the following Bigfoot sighting report submitted to us over the weekend. The sighting area was in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge Nation Forest at or around Lake Agnes. The Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the National Forests in Montana. Covering 3.36 million acres, the forest is broken into nine separate sections and stretches across eight counties in the southwestern area of the state.

The hike trail to the lake is approximately 2 miles. The trail begins on the east side of Brownes Lake at the State campground. The first segment of the Agnes Lake Trail climbs 1.5 miles and almost 1,000 feet in elevation to Agnes Lake.

Here is the report and the details of the harrowing encounter.


Recently, TCC team members Tony Felosi and Jennifer Fugate hiked part of the beautiful Pine Mountain in Harlan County. Parts of Pine Mountain are not only pretty rugged but they are also fairly isolated.

The duo used this time to also do a little bigfooting and it paid off. The team was able to explore an awesome area and managed to find several possible Bigfoot tracks.

Here is the video of the journey and track find.


Okay, so I'm looking over an event that was taking place fairly close to me. It seemed like it could be a cool event with lots of activities for the whole family. I had never heard of the people putting it on or of any reports from this general area. I'm all for these events that offer family fun and a chance to learn about bigfoot. Many of these events are also very good for our local communities. It brings people into our area and while they are here they spend money and learn about our towns.

As most people know small towns like the ones in my area have struggled financially over the last several years. In our area coal was/is our main industry. The war on coal really hurt many small towns like mine.


I finally got a chance to do another Almost Live show. In this episode I go out to retrieval my game cams and look for some ginseng. The reason for the long delay was due to the fact I hurt my already sore leg and had to take almost 2 weeks off. So, it felt good to get back out there and test out the leg.
Once I got to the second and third game cams, I was surprised at what I saw.

Check out this episode

Welcome to another episode of Almost Live. This is episode 8 in the series. In this episode I'm in one of the roughest areas I have been in this year. The area was thick with briers and high weeds. The high weeds hid potholes and rocks. I actually re-injured my left leg and had to take several days off because of it. The leg is feeling much better so I may get to take another trip out before too long.

I found a few interesting things during this journey, including the above Rock Stack. Rock stacks are sometimes thought to be made by Bigfoot. I explain how and why this one was made. 

Hope you enjoy the episode.

Welcome to another episode of Almost Live. This is a very busy time of year for me. This is ginseng season. The time of year that I'm in the mountains more than normal. I do spend large amounts of time in the forest, but during ginseng season I'm out even more. I enjoy hunting ginseng and it gives me yet another reason to walk the mountains. It also gives me more opportunities to search for bigfoot related evidence. To travel into areas I normally do not get in but a couple times a year. It is a chance to learn more about nature, animals and bigfoot.

With that said, here is episode 7 of Almost Live, I hope you enjoy it.



Welcome to yet another episode of Almost Live. In this episode I was not feeling very good but I sure didn't want a nice day to pass me by. I covered a pretty large area hunting for ginseng and looking for possible bigfoot sign.  I did find some ginseng and some other things that you might find interesting.

Here is the episode.

Here is another Almost Live episode. On this particular day, this was my second outing of the day. Earlier in the day I had picked up my game cams from Area 1 and now was setting them in this new area. This is the area where I had recently found several stick formations.

In this episode I also show you several other interesting things from my neck of the woods. This post and the previous post go hand in hand. I recommend you watch them both.

Here is the episode, I hope you enjoy it.

Well, today was another fine adventure. I was able to return to the area where I recently found a couple of bigfoot structures. I really couldn't wait to get back into that area and check it out more. I had also found some pretty good ginseng in that area, so it was a double win that day.  Today did not disappoint at all. I was able to find several other bigfoot related things. If you want to actually learn about some of the behavior patterns of bigfoot, you really need to watch this episode of Almost Live and the previous episode. They are packed with findings of bigfoot behavior.
For me on a personal level, it is exciting to find all these structures. I like learning and finding new things.

Here is the episode, hope you enjoy it.


As some of you may know, when I go out in the field to conduct bigfoot research I can not "Go Live" because I really get back in the bush and don't have any cell phone signal. I know going live is a very popular thing among bigfoot researchers and fans of the subject. So, I thought I would create a new series entitled "Almost Live".  It will be the raw, 95 percent or more, unedited and uncut footage from some of my outings.

We make a big effort to share the majority of our research efforts with everyone. I know sometimes it is not very exciting and maybe even down right boring, but we share the good, the bad, and the boring. Sometimes we walk for miles looking for clues that bigfoot is in the area. Many times we don't find anything at all. This is a very large and difficult task that we are doing, but we love it even on slow or bad days.

With that said, here is the first episode of "Almost Live"

Even though I'm incredibly busy with numerous projects and normal life stuff, I manage to find time to conduct hands on research. On this outing, myself and Tony Felosi of  Harlan County Paranormal, spend several hours walking the mountains of Eastern Kentucky looking for evidence of Bigfoot.

We trek to an area where I have had success before and are not disappointed with what we find.

Check out this short video
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