Bigfoot Photographs and Sketches

Photographs and Sketches of Bigfoot I have captured during my research.




Date: February 2014
Location: National Park
Grey Bigfoot watching me from ridge top foliage







Date: August 2013
Location: Public Camp Ground
FLIR Footage




Date: July 2013
Location: National Park Location
Large Grey/Black Bigfoot hiding behind me it heavy vegetation












Meet the Bigfoot - Compilation of Bigfoot Still Captures and Sketches from 2009-2013



Date: October 2011
Location: National Park
Bigfoot peeking at my friend and I as we walk away from its position










Date: February 2011
Location: Public Land Research Area
Back Trail Camera Still Captures









 Date: November 2009
Location: Public Land Research Area
Infant Bigfoot captured on black/white trail camera


Actual untouched still captures from the trail camera video


Date: September 2010
Location: National Park - Infrared Trail Camera Photograph



Date: October 2010 - Bigfoot Licking Trail Camera
Location: National Park



Date: March 2011- From Back Trail
Location: Public Land Research Area








Date: April 2013
Location: Public Land Research Area











Date: July 2010
Location: Public Land Research Area



Date: July 2010
Location: Public Land Research Area









The White Face Bigfoot
Date: May 2010
Location: National Park







Loop showing eyes reflecting sun light



Camping Trip Video
Date: July 2011
Location: Walking trails near public camp ground






                                  

Still captures demonstrating head and mouth movement during the video

Bigfoot Juvenile
Date: Summer 2010
Location: Public Land Research Area
















Infrared Bigfoot Trail Camera Video
Date: August 2010
Location: National Park
One of these Bigfoot is the probable hair donor for samples submitted to the Ketchum DNA Study.





 Bigfoot Following Me
Date: October 2011
Location: Public Land Research Area


















Bigfoot In The Cave
Date: July 2010
Location: National Park

Sketch based on the actual still captures

  The right eye of the Bigfoot
The "eye of the Bigfoot
 The eye blinking and mouth moving




The "Paleface Bigfoot"
Date: 05/22/2010
Location: National Park
 
             Actual Photograph                                            Sketch
Actual Photograph

 The "Sneering Bigfoot"
Date: 04/30/2012
Location: Public Land Research Area


Actual still capture on the left - Sketch on the right.

Actual still capture on the left - Sketch on the right.

Actual still capture on the left - Sketch on the right.




Still captures from the video in sequence show the face and mouth movement


The "Plot Watcher Bigfoot"
Date: May 2012
Location: National Park








Bigfoot Looking Around Tree
Location: National Park
Date: August 2010









The "Gray Face" Bigfoot
Location: Public Research Area
Date: August 2009







Sketch of the "Gray Face" Bigfoot

The "Black Nose" Bigfoot 
Location: Public Research Area
Date: August 2009

The "Black Nose Bigfoot"





Photograph on the left drawing on the right




The "Watcher" Bigfoot
Location: Public Research Area
Date: August 2009
This Bigfoot was captured watching me at a feeding station. It was behind me.

Close ups of different still shots during the video
Close up of the Bigfoot - Cut and flipped one side to make a complete "face"

Half face sketch based on still capture


Sketch based on still capture
"Scout"
Location: Pubic Research Area
Date: Multiple sightings/video captures 2009-2011
I have captured this Bigfoot on video and had an encounter with it. I did this sketch based on both the videos and my own experience with this Bigfoot.


Sketch of the Bigfoot I call "Scout".


Bigfoot watching me in the photo on the left, Bigfoot gone just ten minutes later


"Bigfoot In The Laurels"
Location: National Park
Date: May 2010










Actual Photograph







The Bigfoot's left eye is clearly visible in this still capture


The Bigfoot's head is approximately 9 inches across

The Bigfoot set to scale compared to me



Sketch by Sybilla Irwin
Loop of mouth opening


The actual video of the "Bigfoot In The Laurels". There are several loops and slow motion scenes. I also have converted the footage to black and white for added detail. I loop the portion of the video where I start to turn my shoulders and the Bigfoot reacts and moves back. In this looped section you can also see that the Bigfoot is back in the vegetation and not part of it. It clearly separates and the face is easily recognizable, of course as the say IMHO.


video












20 comments:

  1. I love seeing these! I have your vid of pics w/ santa hats on my favs and I love to watch it. It just blows my mind to know these are out there! At least these dont look angry at you. Please keep up your great work!

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  2. Scott have you ever come up with an estimate as to the
    number of bigfoots in your study area? I worry about
    inbreeding within the group.

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    1. In the National Park over 10 individuals, in the public research area at least 20

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    2. seriously? Humans have been inbreeding where the need does not exist so why should this worry you? Where do you suppose royalty comes from?

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    3. Inbreeding within the Bigfoot community!

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  4. I understand that you are in Tennessee...may I ask what part. I am in Western North Carolina and have had some very interesting activities happen here.

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  5. Amazing field work...Your thoroughness and approach to documenting your findings make for very interesting and convincing material..I have had the privilege of meeting and participating in field research with Dr Bindernagel,( and he was also a welcomed dinner guest) in and around Timbergiant Bigfoots research area and I already accept the existence of Sasquatch as fact..Your work is key in aiding skeptics as well as mainstream science that perhaps, they should be taking a much closer look. If your ever interested in researching in Canada..id like to extend a peronal invitation anytime.
    respectfully yours,
    Jason kennell hunkyguyjake@yahoo.com

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  6. I would love to talk to you sometime. My family has about 5000 acres of land in the mountains and there are fresh water springs and plenty of woods. Wondering if it would be a good place to look for these humanoids?

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  7. A few of these images are intriguing. My problem is that they look almost clay like and not like a real animal. But I support your work and thank you for getting out in the field.

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  9. Scott this is the most amazing collection of Bigfoot photos. This is really ,"Where the Wild Things Are"! Someday your work will be famous.

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  10. Yes the best bigfoot footage I never saw.... til now! Wow! that last video was so clear! Either there is something natural about their skin or they put something on it to help reflect the colors around them. Patty did the samething (her fur did). It looked to me like there was possibly more than one in the bush with the one you highlighted. Love to see you start a Facial Database as well. I'm so excited for you! Just so I didn't misunderstand...this is the clip thats from the video you lost time with...right? Interesting the varity in looks they have in the same area. Thanks so much for sharing this with us!

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  11. a thermal camera, though expensive, would be of much help

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  12. Nice work Scott. I've got a few tracked down here in the NE LA area river basins and they are big boys, around 10' tall about 1,000 lbs...

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