Tom has seen Sasquatch children with their mothers, teenage males, adult males, and older males. They seem to stay together as a clan, keeping the females towards the center of the group for protection. The older males are the hunters and the younger males seem to be the protectors. Tom found paths on his property and has determined that the Sasquatch cover themselves in skunk odor in order to mask their scent so the deer won't be tipped off that they are nearby. Then, several Sasquatch lead deer towards a certain area, where they are met with a surprise attack. Apparently, deer are a favorite meal for Sasquatch. Tom says that in order not to spook the deer too badly, the Sasquatch often move the deer herd to a different site, then back again so they won't be tipped off that it is a dangerous area.The Sasquatch work together with coyotes to round up and move the deer.
Tom has been within 15' of a male Sasquatch while outside on his deck, and he and a friend have seen them looking in windows at his televisions. Tom has left food out, which soon disappears. He saw females and males taking the food, which he leaves by a shed. He's also found berries missing from trees and bushes to 12 - 14' up from the ground, but the top part of the tree remains full. Apparently, Sasquatch only get the berries that are easy to reach.
The witness has obtained audio tape of their wood knocks, calls to each other, and even a birth of a baby. I've heard these tapes and they are amazing. The females call with a "Whoop whoop" sound, similar to an owl. The tapes have been reviewed by linguist and Bigfoot researcher Scott Nelson, who says that the calls are definitely not owls, not only because of the tone but because of the frequency at which they occur.
Tom believes that the Sasquatch are very intelligent and are often misunderstood by humans. He is fiercely protective of them so won't give out his exact location to the public. One researcher has been given permission to do an investigation on site and will spend a couple of weeks on the site this summer or fal l(2015). After this is completed I'll post results.
Tom won't allow women researchers on his site because he is afraid that there might be an issue with the male Sasquatch. Since his encounters, Tom has studied the subject extensively and has been in contact with seasoned investigators who say that there have been many cases where women have been abducted by male Sasquatch. For this reason, he keeps women away from the property.
Margie Kay is a paranormal investigator and psychic detective living in Kansas City, Missouri. She is the Assistant State Director for Missouri MUFON. www.margiekay.com