Is Big Foot a male pest or is Big Foot a female pest. Have you noticed like we have, that all the pictures of Big Foot found never reveal the sex of the Big Foot. So, is Big Foot found a man or woman? Pictures of Big Foot found often show tracks in the sand, or creek bed, or show a hazy shadowy thing that is devoid of those personal attributes that tell us the sex or gender of who is trampling in our garden and stealing our vegetables or spooking the dog in the dark when you were trying to get that badly needed good night sleep.
Enough of the small talk that keeps us wondering.
So where was Big Foot seen and when was Big Foot found.
We learned of Big Foot in Alabama by accident when visiting a small History Museum in Northeastern Alabama in Centre where we saw plaster casts of alledged Big Foot tracks in their collection right near the front door. And are they big Big Foot tracks? You bet they are big feet, the type that Big Foot would have. They are bigger than in this picture.Visit the Museum and check them out.
When we asked where the Big Foot castings came from we were given the very vague answer that they came from the Frog Mountain area of Cherokee County in the 1980's. Apparently Frog Mountain is a small mountain rich in old trails leading to and from old 1880's iron ore mines and nearby long dormant furnaces where strange encounters of many kinds were often reported such as lighted orb balls darting to and fro somewhat kin to UFO's that one hears about.
We were told by the Museum staff that if we wanted more specific location information for our research of Big Foot sightings, we were advised to visit this website www.froggmountain.com to follow the trail and information that only the local residents would know.
That may help you in your quest, but we still wonder if Big Foot is a boy or a girl!