Wednesday, March 20, 2013
What a Washington Woman Knows About Bigfoot
Guest Editor: Barbara Shupe
Here is what I know about bigfoot:
Although they all have similarities as a species, they are all individuals. Like all creatures, age, gender, life experience and wired in temperament dictate behavior. They learn quickly. They are capable of complicated thought processes.
The 'squatchlets" are extremely fast, in the trees or on the ground and maybe looked after by older siblings. They panic and vanish at the drop of a hat. They have very little self control.
Adolescents have more self control, but they struggle with curiosity. They'll watch from a close distance and then panic and run. They could very easily remain hidden by staying still. The older bigfoots are more confident and much less curious. They are more likely to be seen in the open and less likely to bolt.
Each bigfoot has particular areas and trails they like to use. This is some of what I have learned about my big, hairy neighbors.