YouTube Sasquatch channels are you watching ?? I have been liking a local channel and there video series Monster of the woods and Into the unknown by Land Sea Air Canada. They are quality videos and its great to BC content ...I’m wondering what others are watching ??
Not one of my favorites but a lot of people like Bob Gymlan (no relation to Bob Gimlin)and even I think that some of his videos are good.
Monster x radio (Thomas is on it for their on the shoulders of giants series) Hidden existence (all over the map what they cover on their different shows) Sasquatch archives Bigfoot Okanagan
Beyond creepy bigfoot casefiles
The list below are of channels that tell peoples emailed in accounts or do interviews. They DO NOT make an opinion if the story is true or not so many of them are quite out there Sstories Cryptids Canada Dixie cryptids Buckeye bigfoot Dead man talking, forrest of fear (mix of real and fictional stories)
Thank you for the advice. I also enjoy podcasts as well ,monster x,Sasquatch chronicles to name a few but I definitely prefer media that is local even if it’s not exactly my shared perspectives but with a local relevances are worth a listing to or watching then form an opinion after .. Unfortunately there is a lot of bogus media (imo)as well and only a few realistic ones . Tho it is great finding new sources that you might have otherwise missed out on !!!
I must admit I'm not into YouTube for Bigfoot that much - mainly since (for the most part) the quality of videos are not great. The content may be just fine, but as most people tend to post either night video or "walking in the woods" video, I tend to get motion sickness from watching.
Having said that there are many gems in the rough - so it is worth while seeing everything.
One of my favorite BF programs has to be 2008's "Not your typical Bigfoot movie".
A very interesting look at the social aspects of Bigfoot "hunting" - well worth a watch. Sure, it has ZERO to the actual science of the research, but it (in my opinion) is an amazing look into the fringe aspect of the researcher population.
On a side note, a friend of mine recently bought a decommissioned ambulance. I'm trying to convince him to make it into a mobile command post for BF expeditions LOL. Not really (he is converting it for camping), but it was amazing how good something like that could actually be if one were to spend the time and money to setup.
Hope everyone is keeping well ... for me this is now the start of month 10 of COVID and am getting sick and tired of it.
-One step, two step, three step ... Wait, I don't have size 26 feet?-