Archive for May, 2010

CALL BLASTING – MAUI

Posted in ISLAND OF MAUI with tags on May 26, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Bigfoot call blasters have now been established at the four corners on the island of Maui. The intention is to drive Bigfoot into the open and then being spotted by someone, who will report it to TBSRCH. (The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii)

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PALI GOLF

Posted in ISLAND OF OAHU with tags on May 18, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Twilight golfers say they’ve seen ’em. Shy, large, hairy and smelly.

Amador County, California golfing twosome, Bob and Carol S., took this digi shot in August 2008; sent it to The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii and asked for clarification. The couple, vacationing in Hawaii, was not aware of  Bigfoot sightings at the Pali GC. The only thing TBSRCH could verify was Carol beat Bob by 6 strokes.

Heavy forestation can provide a creature like Bigfoot the perfect habitat.

At dusk, the 9th fairway may just be the place to see a Bigfoot?

OPS SUPPORT – OAHU

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on May 18, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Night shift bus drivers, in the rural routes, claim to see large hairy creatures dart across  highways, leaping over barricades effortlessly. Bus drivers are part of The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii’s network.

Bigfoot spotters regularly volunteer for night ops. Many say they have seen a Sasquatch-like monster and just need verification.

Ala Wai Harbor boaters report sightings frequently as they circumnavigate the islands.

These boats will leave out in the early evening, hugging  the coastline, hoping to report Bigfoot nocturnal activity.

OPS SUPPORT – MAUI

Posted in ISLAND OF MAUI on May 16, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Canoes at the ready. Maui ops of The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii have convinced Maui canoe paddlers to glance the shoreline during practice for possible hairy creature sightings. Canoe clubs on the other islands have also agreed to do the same.

The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii – held a  statewide BIGFOOT DEBRIEF in 2008 on  Maui; sharing information and data collected surrounding Bigfoot.

OPS SUPPORT – KAUAI

Posted in ISLAND OF KAUAI with tags on May 16, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Portable night platforms have been set up around Kauai and manned by The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii personnel, hoping to verify Bigfoot on the island.

Several light aircraft pilots, who fly, daily, between the islands agree to  “spot” and report to TBSRCH any unusual activity along coastlines and mountainous areas.

OPS SUPPORT – BIG ISLAND

Posted in ISLAND OF HAWAII with tags on May 16, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii – Big Island Ops, regularly sends volunteers to island locations where Bigfoot sightings have occurred.

Volunteers for The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting prepare for Bigfoot night Ops. The observation deck faces the ocean shoreline and spotters hope for a nocturnal glimpse of Bigfoot.

BAITING SASQUATCH

Posted in ISLAND OF MAUI with tags on May 11, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii – Ocean Ops enlisted the help of  fishermen to find Bigfoot. The fishermen buoy fish bait in bays, coves and along rocky shoreline to attract the creature. Seafood is believed to be a large part of Bigfoot’s diet.

In March 2008, while trolling Maalaea cliffs along the southern coast of Maui, Kimo E. spotted a huge furry creature foraging for food along the rocky shoreline. So convinced of what he saw, he  joined TBSRCH – Ocean Ops, as a volunteer, dedicated to finding Bigfoot. The bait fish shown; Ono, preferred by restaurants chefs for it flavor balance and, hopefully, Bigfoot’s too.