Bigfoot Investigation Unearths Mysterious Findings in Tmook Forest

Posted Tuesday, February 27, 2024

By staff

A recent video posted on YouTube by the channel Northwest Sasquatch Studies and Research has caught the attention of Bigfoot enthusiasts. The video, titled "into the darkness exploring tillamook state forest," features the explorers venturing into the Tillamook State Forest in Oregon to investigate reports of Bigfoot sightings and activity. The video starts off with the explorers discussing their previous attempts to research in the area, but being deterred by the large number of people. They mention that they have heard reports of wood knocks in the area, and decide to set up camp and do some investigating. One of the most interesting moments in the video occurs when the explorers come across a strange hole in a bridge. They mention that in one of their previous videos, they had captured a light in a tree, and speculate that someone may be doing research in the area. They also mention that there are other Bigfoot researchers who frequent the Tillamook State Forest. As the night sets in, the explorers decide to do some tree knocks to try and elicit a response. They also try out some "howls" and other vocalizations, but do not get any responses. They do mention, however, that they have had more luck with these techniques in higher elevations. Towards the end of the video, the explorers come across some strange tracks and bones, which they believe may belong to a dog or coyote. They also mention that the snow in the higher elevations may be pushing the animals down into the valley near the river. Overall, the video is an interesting watch for any Bigfoot enthusiast. While there are no definitive sightings or evidence of Bigfoot in the video, the explorers' discussions and investigations provide some interesting food for thought. The Tillamook State Forest is known to be a hotspot for Bigfoot sightings and activity, and this video serves as a reminder of the ongoing efforts to gather evidence and learn more about this elusive creature. If you're interested in checking out the video for yourself, you can find it on the Northwest Sasquatch Studies and Research YouTube channel. And as always, happy squatching!