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Some of the more interesting questions center around colors of bigfoot or sasquatch. 


Anything other than brown or black is considered rare.

But I haven’t found that to be true as I’ve gathered and explored reports both old and new.

There are many colors and hues among these beings.

John Green conducted a study of the reports he had gathered and came to this conclusion : 50% were of black or dark colored; 25% brown; 15% light colored and 8% grey.  If I’m adding right, it appears he felt only 2% had no description.

Sounds good, I guess. But here are my problems with his conclusion : Were the figures called dark because you could not distinguish colors in the available lighting? Do the “dark colored” include dark browns or dark greys? When he listed the sighting as brown, did he include all browns? Dark, light, tan, etc? Light colored? Which light colors? White, light grey, blond, light yellow, red? Oh, if they were reddish brown, did he lump those into the brown category? or the light colored? Too many questions, John. Too many variables.

Of course, he was limited by the reports that he had seen — that he had decided were credible. 

While going through the reports that I have gathered, it seemed to me that at least 1/3 of them contain no color description of the being at all. It was pure luck if the height got mentioned. Not much follow up done with a good interview to glean some more impressions or facts. Too bad.

For a few years now, I’ve been particularly interested in light colored bigfoot and sasquatch. White ones. Blond ones. Grey ones. Light yellow. Light brown. Tan. I’ve been gathering reports and trying to discover if there is any pattern or rhyme or reason to them. I don’t think so. 


I think for the most part, these lighter colors are part of a natural coloring. Just like human’s hair color, these people have the same variety of coloring. And for some, just like with humans, their hair may lighten, turn grey or white. Sometimes just the head, sometimes more of the hair on their bodies. It varies, just as it does for humans. 

I’ll be writing up reports on light colored sasquatch and bigfoot and sharing them in future posts. Some may be surprised at just how many have been sighted around the world.

If any of you have had an encounter with a light colored sasquatch or bigfoot, please feel free to share it with me. Comment at the end of this post. The comment remains hidden unless approved so your statement will remain between just us. I would love to add even more encounter stories to my files. Thank you.

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