SEEKING ONTARIOS' BIGFOOT
Credibility is the Currency of Cryptozoology
Principled Skepticism is Necessary
“Our universe is a sorry little affair unless it has in it something for every age to investigate.”
Lucius Annaeus Seneca (ca. 4 BC – 65 AD)
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To assemble evidence to encourage scientists to authenticate Bigfoot as a species.
NEW! Seeking Ontario's Bigfoot now has a direct report line.
You can now call 647 508 2400 to report a sighting or to report suspected Sasquatch related activity
Seeking Ontario’s Bigfoot (S O B TM) was federally incorporated as a not for profit in 2018, building off the energy and success of its predecessor, the Lucky Horseshoe Group of the Ontario Wildlife Field Research (OWFR) operating within the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area. S O B TM retains its affiliation to the OWFR and remains interested in other species such as the presence of cougar within large urban centers.
S O B TM members donate their energies to conduct methodical investigations to assemble evidence to persuade the scientific community to authenticate Bigfoot as a species. The founders recognize the importance of ensuring that the evidence and insights achieved remain available to others when they leave the field, the S O B TM is its own legal person. As important as the investigative work to achieve species recognition is, we work to provide others in the field a set of organizational best practices and tools, to complement their own methodical investigations.
Members of S O B TM are required to pledge their compliance to a strictly enforced Code of Ethics.
Credibility is the currency of cryptozoology. S O B TM does nothing nor tolerates anything that devalues its currency.
Skepticism and the application of Occam’s Razor are the foundation of cryptozoological investigation. S O B TM
It is a misconception that Bigfoot do not exist in Ontario.
Once thought to be relegated to the Pacific Northwest and California, the range of the Bigfoot is now considered to extend across North America.
Bigfoot have been sighted in every Province and State in North America except Hawaii. Ontario historically, has had a large number of Bigfoot sightings (see map at the bottom of this page) . Ontario offers vast tracts of wilderness, approximately 10% of it protected by national and provincial parks. These and other tracts of crown land, offer all wildlife an opportunity to thrive while avoiding contact with humans. This vast habitat and the natural resources it provides allow Bigfoot to thrive in Ontario, generally undetected unless you are familiar with the evidence they leave behind and are a careful observer.
One thing that is surprising is the number of reports where Bigfoot are encountered within close proximity to large urban/heavily populated areas. These may be chance encounters with a transitory individual making their way to an adjacent feeding site or as part of a seasonal migration. S O B members maintain a list of reports from/within Ontario. We watch these reports for clusters of activity and will travel onsite to investigate properties having a significant history of continual Bigfoot presence. The S O B group is focused primarily on locating and monitoring sites that indicate signs of activity as well as following up on reports within our jurisdiction.
For information on other Canadian cryptids please visit https://www.superbugtom.com which is an excellent resource published by Thomas Morgan.
You may also find us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8U_hancaZ-k
S O B TM FOUNDERS
G.I.S. Technologist Diploma,; Advanced E.M.D. Certification
David was an avid fly fishing enthusiast when younger which brought him to some of the most picturesque and accessible wilderness regions in Southern Ontario. It was not until his own interactions in Central and Southern Ontario that he became increasingly interested in the subject. His interest saw him become the Huntsville coordinator for the O.W.F.R.
A Google map of Sasquatch sightings