PNW Bigfoot Chaos

The Trail To Bigfoot team out of Florida find themselves out of their swampy element in the Pacific Northwest. Check out the maze of fallen logs they come across, which may not be so natural.


  1. This is also a very good post which I really enjoyed reading. It is not everyday that I have the possibility to see something like this.

  2. This is laughable. There are trees down all over the place and these east coasters forget that the PNW gets snow and wind. Snow breaks trees. Wind breaks trees. It also rains alot for 6 months out of the year, so the stick shelters that they see in drier parts of the country, are not often found in the PNW. Bigfoot can hang out and not be seen by deer, by simply remaining invisible during daylight like they always do anyways in the PNW. So leaky shelters would be a waste of their time. Time that they will never get back. Bigfoot just have no interest in pushing down trees, unless they are making a point to a human that is already in the area. Since wind and snow cannot be ruled out for all of the debris shown in this video, this video has little research value.

    1. The Trail to Nowhere team strikes out again!


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