Water way


Sugar plantations throughout Hawaii in the early 1900’s created water ways to irrigate their crops. A good percentage of water ways still exist and The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii believe them to be Bigfoot’s resource.

Several farmers that tap into these types of water ways claim to have seen “something” drinking from them. None would speculate what it might be.


Estimated miles of water ways in Hawaii range from 1,000 to several thousand miles; all of which are accessible to Bigfoot.



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