For some reason I always picture bigfoot wearing red chuck taylors…sort of more like teen wolf. I met a biologist about six months ago who had tons of evidence…he was intelligent, rational, and a total believer…here are some other believers at the big Texas event…
While they can have a sense of humor about it, the search for the legendary Sasquatch is no joke for many of the nearly 400 people who came here to discuss the latest sightings and tracking techniques at the Texas Bigfoot Conference.
“It’s not a matter of believing, like faith, when you believe in something you can’t see,” said Daryl G. Colyer, a Lorena businessman who has investigated hundreds of reported Bigfoot sightings in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
“It’s a flesh-and-blood animal that just has not been discovered yet. And I think we’re getting closer and closer and closer,” Colyer said.
Outlandish theories about the origin of Bigfoot abound, including that it might be an extraterrestrial. Many believe that a towering, ape-like creature descended from a prehistoric 9- to 10-foot-tall gorilla called a Gigantopithecus, and that it now inhabits North American forests.