Bigfoot sightings have occurred and been recorded for hundreds of years over many regions of the world.
Sightings in the U.S. don’t just occur in the Pacific Northwest.
They have been sighted over much of the continental U.S.
These creatures, though apparently curious about humans, generally avoid human contact. However, if their territory is violated, they can become quite hostile and dangerous. Some people, including myself, believe that the bigfoot inhabiting the Southeast, are more hostile, due to the increased infringement by humans on their habitat.
Males, females, youths and apparent elderly bigfoot have been identified.
The “classic” male height estimate is 7 1/2 – 8 feet tall, with
reports as tall as 10 – 14 feet.
The typical weight guess for the 8 foot creature is 350-450 pounds.
They are covered in hair several inches in length ranging in color from reddish brown to black, with an occasional sighting of white or grey.
Habitats are typically remote mountainous, state or national wooded parks or swamp land. They have been spotted outside these areas crossing roads, farmland, in residential areas and even in commercial areas.
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