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About Our Sightings Pages
Our "Sightings" section is where you can either read about the latest reported Sasquatch sightings, or submit a report regarding your own encounter.
Submit a Report
Most people who experience an encounter with a Bigfoot-type creature are extremely apprehensive about telling anyone what happened -- much less submitting a report a report about it.
Sometimes, however, those same individuals decide to share what they witnessed, either because they want to get it off their chest, they're curious about what happened and want some answers, or maybe because the nightmares have finally stopped.
If you fall into that category and are ready to tell someone about it, please rest assured that you can submit your report knowing your privacy will be guarded. More details are available on the sighting submission page.
Read the Latest Sightings Reports
Currently, there are three sources providing recent sightings information: the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO), the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy (TBRC), and the New Jersey Bigfoot Reporting Center (NJBRC).
Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization
The BFRO classifies their sightings reports into one of three categories:
Class A reports are the really good ones -- either the witness encountered some type of evidence (for example, footprints) where misidentification can be ruled out fairly easily, or actually saw a creature.
Class B reports include sightings from a distance or some other type of incident lacking clear visibility. Most reports involving sounds fall into this category.
Class C reports are second-hand, third-party, or any other type of report where sources cannot be verified. The BFRO usually doesn't bother publishing most Class C reports.
Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy
The Bigfoot phenomenon is restricted to Canada and the Pacific Northwest, right? Nope. People bump into the Big Guy all over the place, including the Southern states.
The TBRC focuses their activities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, so all reports here will be from that part of the world.
New Jersey Bigfoot Reporting Center
Reports from this source few and far between (we hope there will be more), but they do happen. These reports are interesting to read for both the similarities and differences with sightings reported elsewhere in North America.