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'Expedition Bigfoot' set to track down Sasquatch

Posted on Sunday, 8 December, 2019 | Comment icon 61 comments

Will the 'Expedition Bigfoot' team be successful ? Image Credit: Steve Bexter / Pexels
A new TV series will follow a team of Bigfoot hunters as they attempt to find evidence of the creature's existence.
Bigfoot hunting shows have been a dime a dozen over the last few years, however despite the number of film crews out there looking for evidence of a large bipedal hominid in the forests of North America, so far nobody has actually managed to find anything conclusive.

Expedition Bigfoot, which will premiere tonight (Dec 8th) at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the Travel Channel, is aiming to change all that by using state-of-the-art equipment and powerful data algorithms to calculate exactly when and where these elusive creatures are most likely to be seen.

The first episode will focus on a 90,000-acre 'hot zone' around Ochoco National Forest in Central Oregon - a state where there have traditionally been a large number of sightings.
The team will consist of actor and producer Bryce Johnson, veteran primatologist Mireya Mayor and Bigfoot researchers Ronny LeBlanc and Russell Acord.

Whether they will actually find any definitive evidence of the creature however remains to be seen.

You can check out an interview with Mayor and LeBlanc below.

Source: Live Science | Comments (61)

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Comment icon #52 Posted by LuisBerry on 21 January, 2020, 3:17
I wouldn't go looking for these creatures. If they're as strong as natives has claimed , why would I want to mess with it? Also, they allegedly avoid people anyway,  so it's unlikely they'd find any with all their commotion. 
Comment icon #53 Posted by ocpaul20 on 21 January, 2020, 4:08
Looking at this one again, there are several glaring opportunities where they COULD have collected scientific evidence if they had really wanted to. For example, there was an old abandoned  structure with a cow rib bone in it. They thought that something large had been sheltering in there. There was a roof on thei structure and there was enough of it left to keep out the elements, leaves, etc. There was a green piece of fir tree in there which did not warrant any comment either. They did not look for hairs, they tramp over everything so any evidence is going to be contaminated. They have even ... [More]
Comment icon #54 Posted by Guyver on 21 January, 2020, 4:40
Bears are highly dangerous, no question about it.  My point is that if you yourself have never been out in the woods for a time, or the bush, you don’t have the same frame of reference as those who have, and in a sense, don’t know what you’re talking about. For example, only people who have been in the “bush” for a time understand the phenomenon (or natural experience) of animals communicating.  When you’ve been in the bush for a time you begin to recognize this thing and what it means.  Like, the birds of the trees communicate who’s stomping around and the other animals understand this commun... [More]
Comment icon #55 Posted by Habitat on 21 January, 2020, 4:44
Don't worry, I have spent a fair bit of time in the bush, but the only bears I saw...…...
Comment icon #56 Posted by Guyver on 21 January, 2020, 5:07
Lol.  Nice one Habitat.
Comment icon #57 Posted by Myles on 21 January, 2020, 13:13
I agree.  Just enough evidence to keep the show going.   Much of it planted evidence I believe.  
Comment icon #58 Posted by Crikey on 21 January, 2020, 14:33
Regarding my Hawke night vision scope ambient light image intensifier (200 GB pounds, 240 US dollars) which I mentioned earlier,   for the record here are some pics I took with it, it's not super-duper military quality but is adequate for Bigfoot/UFO/ghost hunting, and it can also shoot videos. It presents a nice black/white image, unlike the green image of other brands, and the only real gripe I've got is that it's not zoomable and is permanently fixed on 4x magnification.   Smeaton's Lighthouse in Plymouth at night, almost invisible to the naked eyeball but not to the Hawke-     And I can do... [More]
Comment icon #59 Posted by Crikey on 21 January, 2020, 21:34
Still on the subject of how to see what our eyes can't see, you probably already know this experiment, but pick up your TV remote and hold down any button and look at the small bulb in the end, and it looks as if the bulb is off. Now pick up any small digicam or camera phone etc and look through the viewfinder at the light and you'll see it flickering away! Here's a pic of my remote which I took through the viewfinder, the light is purple, but to my naked eye it was invisible. The moral is that if we're hunting UFO's or ghosts etc, it might be worthwhile to pan around while looking through our... [More]
Comment icon #60 Posted by stereologist on 22 January, 2020, 13:28
The notion of using eDNA to search for BF is not new. Here is a report from 2013 in which Meldrum collected material from a so-called nesting site. There was crowd sourcing to fund this eDNA testing. There is money. There are samples. Where is the result? Nothing as of 2019. My guess is that this is another case of no positive results. There was sample collection. There was cash and then deafening silence.
Comment icon #61 Posted by STAR LORD on 22 January, 2020, 14:12
 No fossil record, no bones, no dna, no nothing.. Just bad footage, bad audio, eye witness blah blah. It does appear to be real but only to sell t-shirts and beer. However hmmm lol    

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