Thursday, February 18, 2016

Steve Kulls Has Some Real Talk About What Some Call Bigfoot Evidence

Steve Kulls, aka the Squatch Detective, is known for his no-nonsense attitude towards the mystery. He has made a name for himself outing hoaxes, and approaching things from a logical position. In a recent blog article, Kulls takes a look at what many consider different types of bigfoot evidence. But is that evidence really all it's cracked up to be?

There is always controversy over Sasquatch evidence. From tree knocking, to vocalizations. From foot prints to tree breaks.

Perhaps some of the ingredients poised as the “most compelling,” probably turns out to be not compelling at all.

Lets talk about the more common place item we hear everyone posting pics of as evidence: Tree Bends.

Tree Bends, lets not bend the truth…

Over the years there has been much conjecture over tree bends caused by a Sasquatch, perhaps leaving a trail marker.

So lets look at some of the evidence.

Fact is there are no credible report of anyone ever seeing a Sasquatch bend a tree which stays that way. At least not to my knowledge. Side note: There is a person claiming to have a video of such, but has been outted as a hoaxer in regards to another video allegedly of a Sasquatch shaking a tree, which turned out to be his son.

But over the years there have been recorded tree bends which many Bigfoot Researchers, elect to believe as rock solid evidence of Sasquatch sign, despite the lack of corroborative evidence, other than perhaps a nearby series of Sasquatch encounters.

For the full article, click here.


  1. Common sense in bigfooting? That's even rarer than bigfoot itself.

  2. But considering that the FBI estimated the U.S. Bigfoot population at 1 million, in the early 60's, (1 ever 1.2 square miles of forest), the 9:15 statement doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Just sayin

    1. Keep in mind that back in the 60's the FBI was, among other things, also messing around with LSD and run by a paranoid racist closeted cross dressing septuagenarian. Anything said by an agency that comes up with something like COINTELPRO should be taken with a grain of salt.

    2. online source to that 10:18?