February 12, 2006

Bob Titmus

Bob Titmus began his lifelong inquiry into the bigfoot mystery in late 1958. Through his Taxidermy shops in Anderson, California, he had heard the stories of giant man like tracks occasionally found in remote sections of Northern California and other areas of the Pacific Northwest.

Titmus was skeptical about these stories until his good friend, Jerry Crew, approached him in August of 1958 asking for advice about preserving some odd animal tracks found around his work site. Crew, a logging road tractor operator, told Titmus how these large tracks were found every so often by construction workers returning to a work site deep in the Six Rivers National Forest. The enormous manlike tracks matched the general description of tracks found in other remote areas -- tracks that local native American tribes attributed to the legendary, shy, hairy giants that were occasionally seen and heard in the steep, misty mountain rainforests of the Six Rivers region.

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  • At 6:23 PM, Blogger sonoftheprodigal said…

    if they are real how come nobody's seen them or took photographs of them? beats me.

  • At 6:51 PM, Blogger Melissa Hovey said…

    Well, Im pretty sure - anyone who has seen this animal and been brave enough to contact an organization - to file a report, would strongly disagree on whether they have or have not been seen.

    Photographs have proven only one thing, this animal wont be documented based on a photograph - bigfoot is not a woodpecker :)


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