WESTERN BIGFOOT RESEARCHERS ORGANIZATION

ARE A FEW ACCEPTING & ACTING ON THE TRUTH !!!!!

From all over the world, Sasquatch has captivated the imaginations of millions.  Rarely seen, difficult to photograph and harder yet to track, more than two hundred fifty sightings alone were reported  in 2012. 90% percent of these sightings  have occurred in Asia, and North  America. Just beyond our civility millions of acres of ancient forest lands have yet to  see equipment utilized for logging. There,  within those forests lie mysteries we have yet to uncover. We often assume we have discovered everything there is. We have not.

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Above Image : Grave Creek Project Research Area ~ Southern Oregon ~ By Krysta Garrison

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My Blog Oregon Bigfeets

The Grave Creek Project is a Non-Profit Organization and launched strictly for the purpose of researching and protecting our Southern Oregon Bigfoot. I feel it’s my responsibility to bring awareness to our community that Bigfoot is alive & living normally as they have for many years rite along our rivers edges hiding in the evening shadows and the dark of the night most certainly occasional curiously watching a happy family through a window in the darkness of the night.
If you’re lucky your family may be one of them? 😉

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Camping Traveling Oregon May 2015

On top of the world in Southern Oregon by Krysta Garrison
Camping Traveling Oregon May 2015 by Krysta Garrison
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Watch “Lost Creek Bigfoot Investigation” on YouTube

Lost Creek Bigfoot Investigation: http://youtu.be/U2H_59YahEc #Oregon

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Western Bigfoot Researchers – Take a Walk on the Wild Side !!!!!!!

Grave Creek Bridge - Gateway to the Wild & Scenic - Picture By Krysta Garrison

Happy 2015 🙂

It is going to be an epic year!!!!  I am excited to share with you my newest page to K’s Days Community 🙂

WESTERN BIGFOOT RESEARCHERS 

A FEW ACCEPTING & ACTING ON THE TRUTH !!!!!

Grave Creek Project  Bluff Creek Project  State of Jefferson Sasquatch Research  Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization

Grave Creek Project, Bluff Creek Project

State of Jefferson Sasquatch Research &

Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Research Organization

Grave Creek Project - Rainie Falls hike, Oregon

Grave Creek Project – Boat Ramp – Hiking Rainie Falls, Southern Oregon

In this next year we are stepping up the game. So we are looking at a few new items to add to our research team, we want to have a highly respected research team which means we will need the best research equipment out there.

We have several research areas currently so with this years first investment we hope to soon be ordering two new trail cams that come recommended by the Bluff Creek Project in Northern California. The Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Black LED Trail Camera with Night Vision.

Bigfootology – Bigfoot Hotspot Radio – Today In Bigfoot History – Bigfoot Chronicles – BIGFOOT THE EVIDENCE – Bigfoot Research News

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K’s Days Community – West Coast Waters – Western Bigfoot Researchers

Grave Creek Projet
Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Large gold nugget found in Butte County – via Action News Now

Sharing a little about whats happening in the 51st, State of Jefferson…. via – K’s Days Community & various researched internet media resources and networks… 🙂

Pacific Crest Trail State of Jefferson Territory

Pacific Crest Trail Oregon – California – State of Jefferson the 51st. State State of Jefferson Sasquatch Research Organization, Bluff Cree Project, Rocky Mountain Research Organization.

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Paisley Caves

Wikipedia Paisley Caves

Paisley Caves
The Paisley Caves complex is a system of four caves in an arid, desolate region of south-central Oregon, United States. One of the caves may contain archaeological of the oldest definitively-dated human presence in North. The site was first studied by archeologists in the 1930s. Scientific excavations since 2002 have uncovered substantial new discoveries.
A field school from the University of Oregon has been examining the site since 2002 and analyzing its pre-Clovis artifacts.[1] In the summer of 2007, they identified the oldest human DNA yet discovered in the American continents. This assertion is based on several samples of coprolite (fossilized excrement) found in the Paisley Caves complex, between Lakeview and Bend, Oregon, on the eastern side of the Cascade mountain range.[2][3][4]Since then, other authors have questioned the authenticity of these findings by arguing about the relevance of the evidence gathered from ancient DNA and stratigraphy on the one hand,[5] and from the morphological assignment of the coprolites to humans on the other.[6]
The fossils were found in Paisley Five Mile Point Cave at the same level as a small rock-lined hearth some 7 feet (2 m) below the modern surface. At that level was also discovered a large number of bones from waterfowl, fish, and large mammals including extinct camel and horse. Radiocarbon dating places these coprolites between 12,750 and 14,290 calendar years before the present, probably representing a pre-Clovis occupation. DNA analysis provides apparent genetic ties to Siberia or Asia.
Evidence at other archaeological sites — as well as 1930s work at Paisley Caves — had also been thought to provide such evidence, but questionable excavation techniques clouded the issue. Knowing this, the U of O team worked carefully to avoid the mistakes of the past.[1] The theory that pre-Clovis immigrants traveled to North America down the Pacific Coast suggests that the travelers would have passed through the hinterlands of what is Oregon today. The Paisley Caves, up-river from the Pacific Ocean along the Klamath River, are therefore an ideal spot to search for the evidence of such people. The fossils provide evidence of the groups possibly having lived there. DNA from coyote, fox, and dog (or wolf) were also found.

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