In Mogollon Monster Bigfoot Research Expedition 4 Part 1, we had found a bed and several piles of scat. We continued to search the area, and we found many teepee type shelters. Some seemed to be more sun shelters or hiding spots because they would not offer any protection from the wind.
That night we could hear movement all around our camp. Preston and Alex Hearn headed up the mountain with some cameras and night vision, but were unsuccessful in catching any movement. Whatever it was it stayed just out of sight. We did manage to catch some eye shine from our camp. They seemed a bit too red and too high from the ground to be deer or elk.
Returning to the caves found in Expedition 3, a complete search was conducted. Including a good look at the leaf and grass mat built on one of the cave floors. We did not find any hair at that time.
Our day was coming to end, and it was time to head back to civilization.
Some comments about the expedition: I searched for a lab to analyze the hair and scat, but none would do any work for me. Most labs said they would only do the analysis for species identification if I was from a law enforcement or academic agency or organization. They would not do private work. Therefore, I bought my own laboratory quality microscope with a camera capability. As I removed the hair from the duct tape, I thought for sure I would break the hair a dozen times because of the adhesive on the tape. Much to my surprise, the hair was extremely resilient and did not break. I took several pictures at 400x which clearly showed that the hair had no medulla and was not split in any way. I searched the internet for Bigfoot hair samples. Low and behold, my picture matched the pictures from Maryland, Northern California, and Oregon. All of these places claimed their hair to be authentic Bigfoot hair. I compared the hair to bear, wolverine, mountain lion, raccoon, skunk, possum, deer, elk, and any other animal hair I could find on file with nothing close to matching my hairs. I came to the conclusion my hair sample was a high probability Bigfoot hair.
Something tossed a stick the size of a javelin hard enough to break through the side of my trailer. This spear penetrated the 3/8 inch plywood. All expedition members were accounted for, and there were no other campers in the area. Access to the campground by automobile is from one direction only and is fully visible by the campsites in the area. There was no way someone could have come down the road to throw a large stick without being seen.