According to Native American folklore, upside down trees are the territorial signatures of Sasquatch. The trees can be found in the mountainous areas of Prince Wales Island and in other parts of the world where sightings of Bigfoot have been documented.
Above is a photo of an inverted tree found on top of a ridge in Northern Colorado. Here's what the investigation group, Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies wrote about it:
This upside down tree was found on top of a ridge in Northern Colorado. With the recent severe fire activity in Colorado, our researchers, such as Jeff Yelek, have had to look for new locations to explore.
This is adjacent to an area of known activity in the past. Jeff and his spouse went on a day hike into this area during the week and found the following tree upside down near an old burn area.
This is Sasquatch related activity mainly found in the West, Canada and Alaska.
This tree is 30 feet tall and obviously has been there for awhile. The root ball is clearly straight up in the air.
It takes either machinery or a great deal of strength to accomplish this feat. This was found on top of a ridge in Northern Colorado.
Sasquatches use this as a show of strength and to let others know they are still in the area. This is an important find for us this year.