Bigfoot also known popularly as the Sasquatch, Momo, Skunk Ape, the list
goes on and on, is without a doubt, the most famous of all hairy man-like
creatures. The following will make you a believer in this overseen creature, it
made me one. Bigfoot is seen in every possible location throughout the North

American Continent, mountains, swamps, forests, crossing desolate and some not
so desolate roadways and on open farmland. While its demeanor varies from docile
to curios to almost threatening, its general appearance varies. Bigfoot is a
massive animal, its average height is seven and a half feet tall, its weight is
said be between 400-500 pounds. It is covered almost completely in fur, and its
fur ranges in color from the moist widespread dark red-brown to brown, black,
red, gray and even white. It leaves its footprints behind as a calling card,
almost taunting the researchers that feverently research this undiscovered
animal. While its prints resemble mans,they are characteristically large in
comparison, and instead of the weight distribution being concentrated under the
heel and ball as in the arched human foot, the weight distribution is more
evenly distributed over the flat, yielding Bigfoot foot. Most often the prints
have five toes, occasionally however the tracks are apparently three toed. The
three toed tracks can be theorized several ways; that there is a unique variety
of Bigfoot in existence, while resembling the five toed Bigfoot closely, it
retains a few distinguishing characteristics; another theory is that some soil
conditions can cause the toes of Bigfoot to 'clump' together. The proportion of
three toed tracks in comparison to the five toed tracks seems to indicate that
three toes is the exception to the norm, and that it is the result of some
environmental peculiarity. The main physical characteristics attributed to

Bigfoot, other than size and foot shape, are that it is bipedal and upright, has
wide shoulders and a heavy brow ridge. Its eyes are sometimes said to appear to
be red in color, but are mainly reported as yellow. Although no discernible
language has ever been placed with Bigfoot creatures, they are very vocal.

Witnesses have reported high pitched wails and low, growling roars, either
before and/or after visually spotting a Sasquatch. On some occasions the sounds
have been heard from two or more locations at the same time, apparently in
communication with one another. Another possible form of communication between

Bigfoot is the use of rocks or wood to make banging noises. Quite a few reports
associate the odd repetitive banging sounds with Bigfoot, and at times witnesses
have heard the sounds from two spots in the woods, indicating communication, or
warnings of some sort. Some say the modern Bigfoot legend was born in America in

1958, when, in the Bluff Creek Valley region of California, a bulldozer operator
named Jerry Crew discovered a series of sixteen inch long and seven inch wide
footprints in the mud. The tracks literally covered the ground , they were
everywhere. The tracks went up hills and down trenches, in place where man could
not walk. Crew and his team had noticed the tracks like this for weeks, but for
the first time, made a plaster cast. The truth is Bigfoot were sighted long
before 1958. Almost all Native American cultures contain legends of creatures
that closely resemble Bigfoot, and some reports indicate that early explorers
saw these creatures also. Most 18th and 19th century sightings by Non-Native

Americans refer to the creature as a wild man, or ape-man. They were seen up and
down the east coast of the US and Canada, and the deeper into the frontier
regions settlers moved, the move sightings occurred. Bigfoot almost never
display aggressiveness behavior, and only one known case has contact with a

Bigfoot resulted in death. There was a case of a Bigfoot abducting a man while
he slept in his sleeping bag; in 1942 Albert Postman was on a prospecting trip
at the head of the Tuba inlet, opposite Vancouver.