Downtown…not Petula Clarke

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on August 16, 2013 by bigfoot hawaii

Fort St Mall Downtown Oahu

This “DO NOT ENTER” was put up after a reported sighting of Bigfoot in this area. Was the sign referencing Bigfoot?

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Evening time Downtown Honolulu. Are residents wary of Bigfoot?

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Maui – provence

Posted in Uncategorized on March 25, 2013 by bigfoot hawaii

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Stuggart, Germany resident and parttime Bigfoot volunteer, Maria F., sent these photos for clarification. Her investigation led her to this forgot monument to Chinese immigration in Hawaii. Bigfoot has been linked to this actual site near heavily wooded Iao Valley.

Possible!

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on January 9, 2013 by bigfoot hawaii

Stowaway raccoon captured on Matson ship
By Star-Advertiser staff
POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 03, 2013
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State inspectors captured a 15-pound adult female raccoon on New Year’s Eve after it stowed away on a Matson cargo ship from Long Beach, Calif., the state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.

The raccoon was spotted scampering on the deck of the ship Monday afternoon, and Matson called the Agriculture Department, which sent out inspectors from its Plant Quarantine Branch, which also is in charge of controlling nonnative animals and insects.

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State inspectors captured a 15-pound adult female raccoon on New Year’s Eve after it stowed away on a Matson cargo ship from Long Beach, Calif., the state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.
The raccoon was spotted scampering on the deck of the ship Monday afternoon, and Matson called the Agriculture Department, which sent out inspectors from its Plant Quarantine Branch, which also is in charge of controlling nonnative animals and insects

If a raccoon can stroll aboard a ship, what of Bigfoot?

More Hanauma Bay Watch

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on December 20, 2012 by bigfoot hawaii

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A second sighting at Hanauma Bay; the first 12.12.12, the second 12.15.12. The latter sighting from a tourist from Denmark, who reported it to preserve authorities.

The Hanauma Bay signage shows the variety of animal life in the preserve area, so is a Bigfoot sighting far fetched?

Hanauma Bay Watch

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on December 20, 2012 by bigfoot hawaii

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The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii Oahu ops revealed a possible chance sighting at Hanauma Bay.
A nature preserve worker claimed to have seen a large hairy creature in predawn hours on the beach. It seem to be looking for or at something in the water. Upon being noticed, it bolted up the far side of the cliff with relative ease.

Classified @ Kaena

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on November 20, 2012 by bigfoot hawaii

Airmen at Kaena Point Satellite Tracking station, a 24/7/365 operation; did they see or hear a Bigfoot like creature at this somewhat remote location?

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY. The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center has active duty military folks joining our volunteer groups. One Airman passed on, what he believes to be, Bigfoot related activity information.

Bigfoot pathways

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII, ISLAND OF KAUAI, ISLAND OF MAUI, ISLAND OF OAHU on August 22, 2012 by bigfoot hawaii

The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii, TBSRCH, Oahu office was informed by eyewitnesses of Bigfoot utilizing Harano Tunnel. Locals claim during early morning hours they would see a very fast moving large, hairy, bipedal human like creature exiting the tunnel and jumping over the road into the forested area. The Harano Tunnel links Honolulu with the windward side of Oahu.

The Wilson Tunnel is a second avenue believed to allow Bigfoot easy access from one side of Oahu to another. Drivers describe to authorities; huge furry creatures with extraordinary leaping abilities bounding over guard rails and into underbrush with little effort.