While scouting a different section, traveling this road, we stumbled upon something new. We followed tracks for quite a ways up the road. We had to get out and have a look on both sides and then back down the road. Something we have not seen before and really need to monitor to be certain, but it appears that a young Bigfoot may have formed a friendship, with a young black bear. Both are traveling together. We are aware that Bigfoot does use tracks of other animals (mostly moose and bear) to hide their own tracks, when necessary. But this was different. We will see what we can find out over the summer and fall. PGC Project has been revealing some of the more interesting discoveries.
Note: It is my belief, that if a Bigfoot befriends another animal, they are friends for life. Looking out for one another. That does not mean, they are friends with all those particular animals. The reason I am thinking this way, is because of the surveyor in the Kispiox, back in the mid 1800's, befriended a Bigfoot when he helped the creature out. That creature later came along and saved his life when another Bigfoot wanted to kill him. Animals befriending other animals is a common thing. It happens all around the world. Does not make them human. Humans are not the only creatures who can show compassion, empathy, and so forth.
In the case of Doug Campbell:
His first sighting was in the Kispiox in the late 50's. He was around 5 years old, I believe it was. From there, his family moved around a lot in logging camp shacks all over the place. Terrace, and out in the Morice area. As a kid, Doug was out in the bush all the time. Hiking out along Anzac, Kidd Price and all lakes to Nanika. You would be hard pressed to find young children doing that these days - on their own. My feeling is that the Bigfoot in the area, knew of Doug. They don't forget and they do socialize with other family units. So Doug has had sightings on and off throughout the course of his life. When in the right area, at the right time. And always, on his own. I believe, Doug is recognizable at first, by his scent. They never showed him any aggression. Having said that, does not mean that Doug feels extra safe out there. A friendship was not formed. But it seems, he is acceptable or tolerable. Extreme caution is still advised.