Thursday, February 2, 2012

White Bigfoot Encounter In Northern Wisconsin Interview [Video]


There's something eerie and intriguing about white Bigfoots in general. Their color almost seems supernatural and adds an element of mystery to the creature.

We've heard many white Bigfoot stories including: Tim Stover's encounter with a "white, gray, silver colored" one and an encounter that happened on North Ogden Pass in 2002. Let's also not forget the White Bigfoot Filmed in Pennsylvania video, click on the link if you haven't seen it before.

Here's an interview posted on the FB/FB page by Jeff Andersen. In the video, Jeff interviews "Tom", who saw a Sasquatch from 20 to 30 feet in Northern Wisconsin 20 years ago. According to the interview, he was so shaken by it that he found a Shaman at the nearest indian tribe to talk about it. He had no idea that a Sasquatch could even be white. FB/FB included some pictures and videos from other alleged white Bigfoot sightings.

Listen below:

45 comments:

  1. Ohio is the White Squatch hotspot, many sighting in the south eastern portion and along the Ohio/PA border. I feel the white squatch or light grey is elder or oldman of the forest.

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  2. How can it be that every year thousands of people hunt deer across the country...they sit in tree stands for hours...they usually have cameras...and nobody has encountered and or shot a bigfoot..especially in Wisconsin, IL, Ohio, PA, MO etc etc.?
    If there are convincing photos..where are they?

    new anonymous

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    1. Every year hundreds of hunters do see or have an encounter. Most do not talk much for fear of ridicule, and a variety of reason. Some will come forward and post their sightings on one of the many sights that will take them. Hardly any of them will shot at them. The info. is out there and is easy to find, and will give you a good idea of what is going on.

      Ps. I know this happens as it happened to a good friend of mine in Michigan.

      Chuck

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  3. Deer and bear....

    new anonymous

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  4. Where all the white women bigfoot at?

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  5. Chuck, if I was in that situation and I had a camera, and I was able to take good photos, I would not care about ridicule. Find some physical evidence, hair, prints, scat etc. Some BigFoot org should recruit and sign hunters up as spotters.

    New Anonymous

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    1. Most of the Bigfoot organizations already have some hunters, but you are not going to find these creatures using normal hunting techniques. An adult Bigfoot is the absolute master and master hunter of the forest, swamps, mountains. They are genetically wired for this and are acutely aware of all going on in their domain.

      The physical evidence has been found, and some has been tested and always comes back unknown. The greatest undertaking of Bigfoot DNA has been going on for over two years by a Dr. Melba Ketchum. Rumor is that the results showing these creatures as a new hominid species will be out soon and published in a major peer reviewed science journal. Many people have found and casted tracks. The best video ever is the Patterson/Gimlin one done in 1967, and enhanced versions are easy to find.

      I'm glad you are not afraid of ridicule, it will bold well for you.

      You must be new to this forum and probably what I call Bigfootology. If you want to learn more there is so much out there today due to the internet. I would suggest going to BFRO.net, Bigfoot Encounters, Kentucky Bigfoot, Gulf Coast Bigfoot, Pennsylvania Bigfoot, North American Bigfoot, and there are many others, and I hope those org. accept my apology for forgetting them.

      I hope of have been of some help. Good Luck to you my friend.

      Chuck

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    2. Good reply Chuck! There is another factor in this that I think is sometime overlooked. There are 745 million acres of forested land in the United States, much of this is uninhabited and rarely visited by man, more than enough habitat for this species to roam about. Even if every person that went into the woods were looking for bigfoot, that is a lot of ground to cover.

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    3. You're right. Ain't that the truth. Must be a big weekend for you! I'm pulling for the Patriots. I am a big Lion's fan (grew up in Michigan) and true to my upbringing, and also a Bengal's Fan, since they play only 60 miles away and my wife is from here. I never get tired of watching Tom Brady (I have followed his career ever since playing at my favorite school, University of Michigan ) and I think he is the best in the business. Also the left tackle, Matt Light, played his high school football only 12 miles away at Greenville High School. Best of Luck Sunday.

      Your friend Chuck

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  6. Chuck, I am not new to the forum, but other than the original Patterson film and the yet to be confirmed DNA study, you have to admit (I think you would) that solid evidence...not subjective, questionable, mistaken, unknown etc...is lacking). We cannot conclude attributes to an animal...hominid?...that has not been studied. We can infer what we believe, but once again, that is subjective. I hope the dna evidence is conclusive, but if it isnt, back to square one.

    New Anonymous

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  7. I am not the type of person that needs the mainstream to say it is Ok. I don't mind being Galileo going against the Catholic Church. (I only wish I had 10% of his brain power ). An unquestionable close up sighting is enough solid evidence for me, to go along with the multitude of other evidence. Even if Dr. Ketchum's DNA paper falls does not alter the mainstream, it changes nothing for me. I passed this point long ago, and I'm sure many others here have also.

    Chuck

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  8. If you saw one then I understand your point of view, but, seeing is believing and most of us have not. So, solid proof is required for the public at large. I remain open minded...but there are serious challenged to overcome as time goes on and on and nothing concrete ever turns up. By that, I mean something- body, skeleton etc. for science to actually study. We await the tissue results. The problem for that is without a body to tie them to they are potentially just anomalous tissue samples.

    New Anonymous

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  9. Perhaps someone can point me to a good book or article that will explain some questions that fundamentally I need answered to buy into Bigfoot:

    - First, there are hundred of reported sightings in North America every year, of which, what percent are attributed to hoaxes, misidentification, or plain wishful thinking. How many of the hundreds of reports truly fall into the "can't be explained" category.

    - Second, given the geographical scatter of the sightings, and the apparent low population of Bigfoot, what are the estimated numbers of actual Bigfoot.

    - Third, again, given the geographical scatter, is there a sufficient breeding stock to sustain a species. In reviewing articles regarding newly discovered primates, they are typically small populations in isolated locations. Obviously, the smaller geographical spread makes for a more readily available breeding population and a closer proximity to a food source. Again, Bigfoot's scarcity and geographical spread doesn't seem to fit the "model" for discovering a new primate species.

    Not trying to start a debate or throw stones, but if someone could reference a good starting point to answer some of my questions, it would be appreciated.

    Willamette Anonymous

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    1. About your first question, I've read dozens of reports, and you can tell that over half of them think they saw a BF. Only about 10-20% couldn't be explained.

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  10. And one more question, most hunters who have spent any amount of time in the wilderness know that you will rarely if ever see a bear or cougar, populations I assume that are orders of magnitude greater than Bigfoot. The only viable means of hunting bear and cougar is with trained hunting dogs. Has any group or organization tried to enlist the aid of trained hunting dogs ? Obviously, in Oregon, it would be illegal to use the dogs for bear and cougar, but I am not sure you would be prosecuted for using them to hunt a mythological creature.

    Willamette Anonymous

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  11. A white Bigfoot? Now I've heard everything!

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