While the existence of Bigfoot has not been confirmed, those who purport to have observed the creature says it is an omnivore that dines on plants, fruit, vegetables, berries, nuts and meats. Bigfoot is thought to eat whatever foods are available.Continue Reading
People have observed Bigfoot digging up clams, catching fish and preying on deer, poultry, elk and deer. The creature has also reportedly been seen eating leaves, berries, fruits and roots. Hunters have reported instances of Bigfoot eating roadkill, trash and game killed by hunters.
Those involved in searching for Bigfoot report that the creature seems to be attracted to the aroma of homecooked food. Bacon and chicken wings are particular favorites.Learn more about Paranormal
Legends of a cryptid ape-like "Bigfoot" creature began circulating in North American nearly 100 years ago. In the 1920s, a Canadian newspaper printed a compilation by J.W. Burns of local legends surrounding the creature. The term "Sasquatch," a Native American word meaning "wild man," was first coined at that time.Full Answer >
The Patterson-Gimlin film, the Paul Freeman tape and the Jim Holder cellphone recording are some of the infamous videos purported to show the elusive Bigfoot. Experts examined all of these videos without finding evidence of the videos’ credibility while also failing to prove they are hoaxes.Full Answer >
OregonBigfoot.com and RealBigfootPhotos.com are good resources for photographs of Bigfoot. These sites feature comprehensive photo galleries that display photos of Bigfoot that Bigfoot enthusiasts believe to be hoaxes, as well as photos that they believe are real or possibly real.Full Answer >
There are video footage and eyewitness accounts of Bigfoot sightings available as of 2010. A 2015 video taken in Turner, Maine depicts the image of an unknown bipedal mammal. Eyewitness reports were given by deer hunters in 2010 in Hugo, Oregon, and in 2011 in Hocking County, Ohio.Full Answer >