Sunday, May 25, 2014

Bigfoot Day Describes Three Types of Bigfoot Enthusiasts

Bigfoot Day in Clearfield speaker Fred Saluga explains his view that there are three groups of Bigfoot enthusiasts.

There was a strong UFO theme at the Bigfoot Day gathering in Clearfield, Pennsylvania. Fred Saluga (pictured above) categorizes Bigfoot enthusiasts into three categories. Below is a snippet from an article by Marcus Schneck of, where you can read how Mr. Saluga categorizes the bigfoot enthusiasts.
Wide-ranging views on Bigfoot converged on Clearfield in northcentral Pennsylvania on Saturday, as about 50 Bigfoot enthusiasts and investigators gathered at the Clearfield Arts Studio Theatre for Bigfoot Day in Clearfield.

Bigfoot enthusiasts fall into one of three camps, the group heard from Fred Saluga, state director of the Mutual UFO Network of West Virginia and director of the West Virginia Mountain State Sasquatch Watch. The first believe that Bigfoot is a "cryptozoological hominid creature." (Cryptozoology is the search for animals that have not been proven to exist. The animals that cryptozoologists search for are often referred to as cryptids. A hominid is a primate mammal that resembles humans and apes, and walks on two legs.)

Saluga said, the second group thinks Bigfoot "dwells in extraterrestrial origin," travels interdimensionally and has UFO or non-Earthly ties. And, the third group believes the Bigfoot types envisioned by the first two groups are two different creatures.

"I think he's a creature from another dimension," he said. "He can come through whenever he wants, and he becomes like us, flesh and blood." For Saluga that explains why Bigfoot is not susceptible to diseases, infections and the like; never has been wounded by people shooting at him; and can simply walk away from or disappear from collisions with vehicles.
You can read the rest of the article at titled "Bigfoot Day in Clearfield draws enthusiasts and investigators with differing theories on Bigfoot"


  1. I think it's good that your not excluding these viewpoints, Guy.
    I want to continue to be skeptical of paranormal claims, but to rule them out entirely might be a mistake. After hanging with Randles and Meldrum last March, I thought my view of alternative explanations might be dashed by good science. That was not the case, as we found once again, nothing physical or useful. Why is Bigfoot so damned elusive?

  2. This guy needs suspenders AND a belt?


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