Wednesday, November 20, 2013

New Sasquatch Webcast by Award-Winning Director

Speaking of Sasquatch is a new webcast focusing on the telepathic possibilities of Sasquatch communication 
"We hope to offer an antidote to the popular media's frequent sensationalism and distortions on this subject." -- Christopher Munch, award-winning director of Letters from the Big Man

Many of you are familiar with the true-to-life Sasquatch movie, Letters from The Big Man. The backstory to this movie is as incredible as the movie itself. It is a story familiar to many bigfooters, a slight interest grows into a fascination as you get closer to your understanding about Sasquatch. If you watch the movie and the included 42-minute documentary titled Sasquatch and Us: Where We've Been, Where We're Going, you can see the direction and path Christopher has taken. 

In a letter to Bigfoot Lunch Club Christopher writes:
"I'm planning to make the webcast a monthly occurrence.  While anchored by Kathleen Odom's communication, we are going to reach out to certain others who are having telepathic interactions and can articulate some of the insights they're receiving.  Above all, we hope to offer an antidote to the popular media's frequent sensationalism and distortions on this subject."
Please watch the first episode of "Speaking of Sasquatch" below and we will keep you up to date as new one roll out. You can get your own updates on the Speaking of Sasquatch Facebook Page.

You can buy copies of Letters from The Big Man here.

Click the following link to read about our previous coverage of Letters from the Big Man

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Buy Skamania Postcard Tshirt

As seen on TV! You may have seen this design on the recent NatGeo show. "Bigfoot: The New Evidence" A tshirt that commemorates Skamania County writing the first law to recognize and protect Sasquatch.

Be the envy of  your family and friends with this collectors edition of the Skamania County t-shirt commemorating the first law to recognize and protect Bigfoot. This Bigfoot T-shirt is the perfect gift for your favorite bigfooter--even if that favorite bigfooter is yourself.

Skamania County was the first to write a law recognizing and protecting Sasquatch

A closer look at the design (click to enlarge)
These are limited edition t-shirts made with the finest Gildan tees and printed with stretchable ink that will last longer than your average tee. Artwork by Guy Edwards.

Perfect for birthdays or the upcoming Holidays, show your favorite Bigfooter you care and impress them with you knowledge of Bigfoot lore.

Limited quantities, better buy now! Only $19.99 + $5.00 shipping


Friday, November 15, 2013

How to Hunt Bigfoot in the Wilderness...Without Weapons

We don't need weapons to "hunt" Bigfoot
This is a guest post by Ron Mcallen. Ron is an avid outdoorsman and hunter who has traveled all over the nation.

Hunting has long been one of the great American pastimes. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recorded nearly 13 million active American hunters in the last survey, who combined for over 200 million days chasing deer, elk, turkey and even Kodiak bears. Hunting has been a vital part of human activity since the days our ancestors first picked up a sharpened stick, but what would happen if you had to hunt Bigfoot and bring home a meal without the aid of a high-powered rifle or compound bow?
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Photo of an animal trap by Stephen McCulloch via Wikimedia Commons

Snare It Up

Passive hunting lets you gather up your next meal without having to stalk, chase or overpower your quarry, this technique will come in quite handy while hunting Sasquatch and conserving your energy. By creating snares, hunters can collect prey animals in a situation where you cannot afford to waste heat or energy. Place a snare where you can find the telltale signs of small animals, such as tracks, droppings, chewed plants and nests. Rigging a snare requires only a length of rope or elastic material and can be done by putting a knotted loop over an area. Small animals with poor vision, namely rabbits and squirrels, walk over the rope, which tightens when they pull it forward.


Dispatching an immobilized animal poses little difficulty, even when larger than you or armed with teeth and claws, but in the case of this big creature, this approach might not be the best strategy to use. For example, imagine placing nets in areas where Bigfoot will run when startled, upon capture you will have only a few precious seconds to either tranquilize or take a fatal shot, so be sure to make it count. It's hard to improvise a net out in the wild unless you can find a source of thin bark, so purchase nylon nets at an outdoor gear store to be prepared for hunting with your hands.

Pitfalls And Perils

One of the oldest methods of hunting large game incorporates the power of gravity. By creating a pitfall, larger animals that would be impossible to take down without a weapon can be made into a meal. Creating a pitfall while is time and energy-intensive it is probably the best strategy for hunting Bigfoot, however, since you will need to dig out an area deep enough that a creature cannot climb out of, and then cover it with leaves, sticks, and other camouflage. Lay a pitfall along an area where Bigfoot is sure to cross, such as a worn path. Larger animals congregate around water sources, which can be scarce in rural areas, so laying a pitfall near the only pond or river in an area gives a higher chance of success.

Foot Traps

More likely to catch an animal than a simple snare, a hunting trap will immobilize any animal that wanders into its catch spring. To make a foot trap from scratch, sharpen stakes with a pocketknife that will clamp down on an animal's paws or hooves. Some public areas have outlawed the use of foot traps, due to their risk to other hunters. Be sure to take a hunter course to understand the state's hunting laws and regulations. These courses help you come home with a better probability of catching the historic creature known as Bigfoot, whether you go out armed with a weapon or just your own two hands.
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