BFRO Researcher Marsha Clark's Personal Bigfoot Encounter and Homo Sapien Theory

Posted Friday, July 05, 2024

By staff

In a recent video from the Bigfoot Society YouTube channel, host Jason recounts an interview with Marsha Clark, a researcher and investigator with the BFRO (Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization). Marsha shares her personal experience with a Class A sighting that sparked her interest in Bigfoot and her subsequent involvement with the BFRO. Marsha describes her encounter in 1984, which left a lasting impression on her and led her to seek answers to her questions about the existence of Bigfoot. She eventually found herself joining the BFRO and participating in both formal and informal expeditions. Marsha values the BFRO's mission of collecting data and educating the public about Bigfoot, rather than causing harm to the creatures or their habitat. During the interview, Marsha shares her thoughts on the classification of Bigfoot as a member of the homo sapien family, rather than just another animal or beast. She explains that based on her observations and experiences, she sees Bigfoot as a fellow primate and a part of the homo genus. Marsha also discusses the possibility of Bigfoot being formally recognized and the impact that might have on our understanding of these creatures and ourselves. Marsha's expertise lies in the Appalachian region, specifically in the states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Georgia. She has participated in numerous expeditions in these areas and has witnessed some extraordinary events. I encourage you to watch the full interview and hear Marsha's insights and experiences firsthand. The video offers a fascinating look into the world of Bigfoot research and the work being done by the BFRO.