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is not to be an all-inclusive listing of sasquatch-related books,
videos, and websites. Rather, it is our intention to provide
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Books | Websites | Films
and DVDs | Newsletters
Field Researchers Organization (BFRO)
The most exhaustive database of North American sasquatch
reports to be found on the web today. No report on the BFRO
site is published without some level of communication with
those who submitted it (unlike most other sites). An outstanding
A site deep with content from a variety
of sources. One of the oldest sasquatch websites on the net,
it has an outstanding collection of articles, essays, and stories
on the subject. We do wish, however, that the site was not
implemented with frames.
Fact or Fantasy?
Like Bigfoot Encounters, Bigfoot: Fact or Fantasy is also rich with content.
Though perhaps without the sheer bulk of pages found on Encounters, Fact or
Fantasy is much better arranged and presented.
Focusing primarily on Texas and surrounding states, this site
(and the organization it represents) is the best example
of regional sasquatch research one is likely to find on the
Films & Videos (top)
Legend Meets Science
A somewhat uneven and poorly edited documentary with several
scientists analyzing various pieces of bigfoot evidence, including
the Skookum cast, the Patterson/Gimlin film, footprint casts,
DVD version, being somewhat longer, is better than the version
originally aired on the Discovery Channel. The real reason to
get the DVD is the inclusion of a pristine version of the P/G
film where the viewer can pause, back up, and (with certain DVD
players) zoom in on the film subject.
Willow Creek 2003 International Bigfoot Symposium DVD
The 2003 Willow Creek International Bigfoot Symposium brought
together a formidable panel of investigators, researchers,
and scientists who, taken together, put forward a truly compelling
argument in favor of the existence of sasquatch. Unfortunately,
only several hundred like-minded people were in attendance.
With the release of this DVD set, the remarkable
series of presentations (less one) is available to a larger
audience. No one interested in the field of bigfoot investigation
should be without this title.
14602 Montevideo Drive
Whittier, CA 90605-1152
$8 ($12 foreign—US funds only)
10 pages, semi-monthly
Over 20 years in operation—well-respected; Many topics, written
by many contributors.
Further information (email)
10926 Milano Ave.
Norwalk, CA 90650-1638
Free sample on request
$11, make checks to “Daniel Perez”
4 pages, monthly
Editor-written, opinionated & sometimes penetrating; “Take
what you can use & let the rest go by.”
Texas Bigfoot Report
PO Box 191711
Dallas, TX 75219-8505
$15, checks to “Craig Woolheater”
10 pages, quarterly
Not just a regional NL; only half the material is Texas-oriented; Good
quality material from a variety of sources.
225 NE 30th Ave.
Hillsboro, OR 97124-7055
$20 ($30 foreign), checks to “Ray Crowe”
18 pages, 10 issues/yr
Over ten years in operation; Sighting reports, summaries of talks, illustrations;
Not a “gatekeeper”: “Keep your skepticals on”
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|Special thanks to Roger Knights for assistance in compiling the newsletter list.