We are a dedicated group of researchers that are collecting evidence on cryptids with an emphasis on Bigfoot/Sasquatch. Our research area covers East Texas, Southeast Oklahoma and all of Louisiana.
Our mission is to obtain video, audio or physical/biological evidence of sufficient quality to compel the Scientific world to action on a serious effort to document the existence of an indigenous primate living in the United States commonly known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch. We are not attempting to harvest a specimen, if one needs to die to prove it exists we are willing to wait for it to do so via natural causes. If you have seen one of these animals or perhaps "manimals" is a better term, we would like to hear about it. Please click here to send us your incident report.
Click here to see other sighting reports.
Click here to learn more about these recordings and to listen to more unidentified vocal recordings made over the last several years.
To listen to more recordings captured over the last two years, visit the Audio Recordings link in the menu at the top of the page.
Over the last few years we have had some questions from fellow researchers regarding the microphones that we use with our hanging digital voice recorders. Most want to know where we got them, how much they cost, etc. We were originally buying them off of Ebay for anywhere from $10 to $25 dollars, some of these did a good job and others not so much. Eventually we decided to take one apart so that we could see how they were wired with an aim toward perhaps trying our hand at building some ourselves. It turns out that building them is cheaper than buying if you have the time and the need for more than 2 or 3 mics. After some trial and error with several brands of microphone capsules we finally hit on a good combination of parts to produce quality field recordings. What follows are the part numbers and step by step photos for building your own microphones that when done should cost around $5 each. You will need a soldering gun (preferably with a fine tip), solder, small gauge wire, some heat shrink tubing (for water proofing) and some stereo/mono headphone jacks.
Click here to read the full article on building small field microphones for capturing wild life recordings and potentially some that are undocumented.
Click the thumbnails to go to the outing or sighting report page where these items were encountered.
We made a trip to Oklahoma on an invitation from a witness and to check some areas that he felt might result in evidence. This area has a history of sightings and while we were there we found an 8ft Cedar with fresh limb twist offs. On close inspection hair was found trapped in the limbs with some hair pulled from heights above 4ft off the ground, 5 cockle burrs were found on the ground and were matted in the same hair. We could see that some of the hair tapered to a fine point, hair length varied from 1 1/2 inches to over 7 inches. Samples have been submitted to 5 different labs for ID, no concensus has been reached on the origin, black bear was eliminated as a possible source by Dr. Lynn Rogers and staff from the Wildlife Research Institute and by the Mammalogy department at Sam Noble Musuem of Natural History in Norman, OK.
Click here to read more on the Oklahoma hair find.