Welcome to the Sasquatch Research Association
We would like to welcome you to the Sasquatch Research Association (SRA) web site. We are working hard to develop this into a home for all people researching sasquatches. This is a place where you can come to learn about sasquatch (bigfoot) research, review and discuss evidence, share your stories, report your encounters, and be a part of the greater community of sasquatch and bigfoot enthusiasts, skeptics, researchers, and witnesses.
In addition to our research activities, we also want to educate the public on sasquatches and their research in an effort to change the tongue-in-cheek attitude many people have toward this subject. To that end, we will be holding public expedition classes, educational meetings, and share articles on various aspects of sasquatch (bigfoot) biology, behavior, and other topics.
We hope you will join us in the search for answers and truth. We welcome all bigfoot researchers throughout North America and the World who want to solve this mystery and know the truth.
Don’t believe, know.
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Continued from Squatch Crazy, Part 9 or go to the beginning at Squatch Crazy. Kris and I proceeded down the trail in silence, making it to the bend in the trail, the light of the campfire from Century 21 casting dancing shadows onto the trees around us. We paused at the bend,...
If you have tried to check out the SRA site or forum in the last month, you probably received nothing but a database error. This was caused by a sustained cyber-attack directed at our database though the forums. Every time we would bring the site back up, the attack would...
When we founded the SRA, we did so with the idea of forming a community where we could share knowledge and ideas about sasquatches and how to find and interact with them. Everything we have done with this organization has been to further these goals. One thing we did, however,...
The following is a Sasquatch Expedition Report files by SRA researcher Jayjeti after his recent trip to Oregon: This expedition took place in the Siskiyou National Forest in SW Oregon. Unfortunately, it rained almost every day of this expedition, being coupled with cool temperatures, impeding exploration of this habituation...
It’s that time of the year again folks; time to pull out the camping gear and get back into the field for our 2015 Sasquatch Expeditions. The SRA leadership met last week and decided to do things a bit differently this year. Instead of one fundraising expedition and one member’s...
In 1977, two men were approached by a possible sasquatch as they camped near the Neches River in Texas. Date of Encounter March 1977 Time of Encounter 7:00 pm Narrative Thirty plus years ago…. a co-worker/friend (JS) & I left Houston one spring morning (believe it was March of 1977)… headed...
An attendee on the 2014 SRA Minnesota Expedition had a stalking encounter with an unknown biped in the early morning. Date of Encounter 08/29/2014 Time of Encounter 4:29 am Audio Interview The following audio is a portion of the interview with the witness as he described his encounter: The following...
Sasquatch discovered in Upstate New York 2 Date of Encounter Several Trips into the area during April of 2014 Time of Encounter Various times of the day Narrative Ive been going in and out of there for the last month and every time I go in there I get a...
Why Sasquatch and Not Bigfoot Research Association?
If you read through this website, you will notice that I almost never use the term “Bigfoot” to refer to sasquatches.
I hate the term “Bigfoot” to the point of loathing. “Bigfoot” was sensationalized when I was a kid in the 1970s. It brings to mind a lone, hairy, large-footed cartoon character. It is a personal name for a comical figure; not the common name of a species.
If you haven’t guessed yet, I prefer the term “Sasquatch” when referring to these creatures. First, it reminds us that people have been seeing them since before Europeans set foot on this continent. Second, it is becoming as well known as “Bigfoot” in America, so hopefully people will identify with it. Finally, it feels more respectful to our quarry.
How would you like it if sasquatches called us “Puny-Arms”?