Bigfoot Researchers Analyze Mysterious Plane Crash in Mount Hood National Forest

Posted Monday, May 20, 2024

By staff

A recent video posted on the YouTube channel BIGFOOT! / William Jevning has caught the attention of the Bigfoot community. The video, titled "BIGFOOT! MONDAY REVIEW | Tom and Lee part one | Episode 43," features two guests, Tom and Lee, sharing their experiences and insights about Sasquatch. In the video, Tom brings up an intriguing news report from the late 80s about a plane that crashed in the Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon. The search and rescue team couldn't find any of the bodies, and Tom wonders if Bigfoot may have been involved. William Jevning, the host and a two-time witness and field researcher with over 40 years of experience, shares his knowledge of the area and the active Bigfoot sightings in the region. Tom also raises the question of whether Sasquatch can decode non-verbal communication from humans, similar to how house cats interpret human intentions. Jevning responds by explaining that Sasquatch are primarily driven by two things: food and the security of their group. He emphasizes the importance of being quiet and not drawing attention to oneself when in the presence of these creatures, as they are highly aware of human activities and behaviors. The conversation then shifts to the creatures' visual capabilities, with Jevning sharing his theory that their vision might not be as sharp as some believe. He recounts an experiment he conducted in Central Oregon, observing their tracks and meandering patterns, which led him to question their nighttime vision and other visual enhancements often attributed to them. I encourage our readers to watch the video and share their thoughts on the topics discussed. The insights provided by Tom, Lee, and William Jevning offer valuable food for thought for anyone interested in the world of Bigfoot.