Exploring Rob Roy's Reservoir: Sasquatch Signs and Wood Knocks

Posted Sunday, February 11, 2024

By Squatchable.com staff

A recent video posted to YouTube by the channel Sasquatch And The Wild has caught the attention of Bigfoot enthusiasts. The video, titled "Rob Roy Reservoir 1 of 2 videos," features the vlogger exploring the Rob Roy Reservoir and discovering some unusual structures and signs. One of the first things the vlogger notes is a tree with a distinctive curve in its trunk. He mentions that this type of tree is often referred to as an "Indian marker," but this one is not. However, he points out that as the tree grows, the curve in the trunk will remain, and it may eventually resemble a marker tree. As the vlogger continues his exploration, he mentions the abundance of dead trees in the area and how they could pose a threat to the survival of new growth. He also notes the presence of what appear to be footprints in the pine needles, with distinct toes visible. One of the most interesting discoveries in the video is what the vlogger believes to be a Sasquatch "toe print." He explains that when Sasquatch walk across pine needles, they typically pick up the needles, leaving a distinct pattern. He also mentions hearing wood knocks in the area, which he believes may have been made by a Sasquatch. Towards the end of the video, the vlogger mentions finding what he believes to be a TP structure, but he didn't stop to investigate at the time. He also notes the presence of a bear in the area, but the scat he finds is not fresh. Overall, the video is an interesting watch for Bigfoot enthusiasts. The vlogger's enthusiasm and curiosity are infectious, and his discoveries are sure to spark discussion and debate in the Bigfoot community. Be sure to check out the video for yourself and let us know what you think.