We are a team of Sasquatch field researchers that is dedicated to the research and discovery of one of the most well known illusive creatures of global infamy. Our team will pursue sightings, leads, encounters and areas of interest here in New York State along with our neighboring states. Our mission is to collect data to show that it is possible that this creature does roam the forest of the northeast and to share that data with you all so you can come up with your own personal conclusion.
You can see our team at work on the TV shows, Sasquatch Planet on National Geographic channel and on History channels, "Americas book of secrets, Bigfoot episode"
With the use of Technology we try to collect the best possible data and the clearest Audio/Video possible to share with the public!
We at times have to improvise to try and collect data and get the best shots. Our team makes a lot of different things that we then bring out in the field to improve the data collection we can gain
We find these very strange and random Tree bends at possibly active locations. This bend was found at one of our Upstate NY Research locations. The interesting facts about these is that the end of the branch is dug into the ground and held down by something that is placed there to hold it down. We still don't know what these structures mean, but 2 theories are territory markers and or directional path markers.
The 2 above print pictures were found during the winter, 2019 in the ADKs. These are to separate tracks that were found right near each other along a frozen stream bed. The first print you can clearly see the toes embedded in the snow. This track was walked through by a person as you can see a boot print going sideway through the print itself. The Second print was found near the other on and was just fully embedded in the snow.
This sound was captured by a static recorder ( A recorder that is
left by itself far away from the camp ) while conducting Field research
of possible bigfoot activity in the ADK's. You can hear what sounds like
2 rocks being hit together (Rock Clacking). Reports of this activity
has been noted by multiple researchers out in the field. No
investigators were near this recorder at the time of the capture.
This sound was captured by a static recorder ( A recorder that is left by itself far away from the camp ) while conducting Field research of possible bigfoot activity in the ADK's. You can hear what sounds like 2 rocks being hit together (Rock Clacking). Reports of this activity has been noted by multiple researchers out in the field. No investigators were near this recorder at the time of the capture.
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Field report: Aug 8th- 2019
Last nights field case proved to be another solid night of research! We definitely are in the right area for this time of year. As stated this really is the first time being in this location during the summer months so it’s very new. We scouted our research area and pinned our BC area. We found a possible track right in the same area we found one last time we were here. It was a very sloppy track, but upon really looking at it there was a distinct toe print in a sliding motion which was very interesting. We set up 2 trail cameras in this area so we once again will gain important info. We headed back up the mountain and set up our nights outpost. The woods was super dead and very unsettling feeling as not a single noise was heard from any animals, bugs or birds. At camp we did have movement around us and one investigator reported what sounded like “humming” multiple times. At outpost camp while we were hanging out just talking a possible Rock was thrown into camp right behind a investigator while standing at the fire along the wood line. We sent a team out to investigate while another investigator stated at outpost camp to watch the fire and listen. There was movement around outpost camp so we started making calls to stir anything up. We got back a possible vocal back that a investigator heard about a 1/4 mile away from that camp and followed by a very loud tree knock that multiple investigators heard. This tree knock that was super close to outpost camp. As fast as all the activity was happening it just stopped and then a few mins later out of know where’s the owls starting hooting. All night things we dead silent and as soon as all these events were over the woods came back to life. So we definitely had a very eventful night and got a lot of work done. we are hoping that we captured the knock and any vocals on our recordings so fingers crossed for that!! Our research camp is now under trail cam watch until we return.
Note: Below picture is the area we are researching. Gives you a idea of the environment and terrain