Could Bigfoot Be The Killer/Kidnapper on the "Highway of Tears" in British Columbia? Bigfoot Evidence
A seemingly far-fetched explanation at first glance, but after reading the details behind some of the disappearances and also after reading David Paulides' Missing 411, Sasquatch doesn't seem too far from the realm of possibility. A comparison of the missing cases from the Highway of Tears and the cases in Missing 411 might reveal some interesting correlations. One case in particular, the most recent abduction (2011) in BC has all the hallmarks of the strange disappearances presented in Paulides' research including an undisturbed campsite and no sign of a struggle. Coast to Coast recently interviewed David Paulides about these Odd Disappearances.
Sasquatch Researchers Face Unwilling Peers Sports Yakima
Sometimes the researchers achieve their goal of convincing their skeptical peers that Sasquatch does indeed exist, as Jeff Meldrum and the producer of "Legend Meets Science" Doug Hajicek recall a profound moment with skeptic Daris Swindler, anthropology professor at the
University of Washington.
When confronted with the famous Skookum foot and buttock print cast,
Hajicek remembers that the professor wept as he admitted that Bigfoot
was real. It's unfortunate that other cryptid mysteries don't leave
such convincing evidence, such as the mythic Thunderbird sighted
throughout the western US. Loren Coleman discusses the prevailing theory
about Thunderbirds: Species Origin?