"Finding Bigfoot" fans have been waiting for the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) to come up with something at least a little encouraging in their search for the existence of the Bigfoot. Sunday night's new episode, Jan. 27, 2013, filmed in West Virginia, provided just that very thing.
There wasn't an actual sighting on the program, but there were some definitive signs that indicate the presence of the infamous sasquatch. It was the most satisfaction that viewers have gotten so far as they waited and waited through each episode.
When the team got to West Virginia, they met with a very credible young man who had snapped some photos of a Bigfoot around seven years ago in his backyard. These photos were what the team refers to as "Blobsquatch." (They discussed how most Bigfoot photos are basically a blurry blob.) However, these were definitive enough to be able to easily spot the Bigfoot, and even on television, the photos were impressive, as was the witness. While they were there recreating the scene, a large herd of deer were grazing at this same place at the edge of the woods, a definite lure for the sasquatch.
Another couple who claimed to have seen a Bigfoot also had some very unusual hair samples collected from the scene the next day. The hair was sent off for analysis, but there is not anything conclusive to report yet. The whole team seemed to be quite encouraged by this hair sample.
While in West Virginia, the team also got a response to one of their Bigfoot calls, which is not a guarantee of the presence of a sasquatch, of course. But, this was the most promising potential Bigfoot sound that they had heard on camera in many episodes.
The most startling potential Bigfoot observation yet was the piece of a large tree branch that appeared to be hurled at them from higher up the hill. Hurling large tree branches is a common thread that runs through first-hand accounts of Bigfoot sightings.
So, the quest of “Finding Bigfoot” continues, but a little encouragement surely goes a long way.