25 October 1998
This report is documented in French HERE
along with four photographs of the footprints....
and translated in the English here for your interest.
Case Bigfoot October 25, 1998
Place of the observation: area of Outaouais, Quebec (Canada)
Subject: prints of step 17po. X 7.5po.
Temperature: shone upon max. min. 7C 13C
Environment: dense forest, mountains, lakes and marsh
Dwellings: 5 dwellings with the square km.
Apparatus-photo: Asahi Pentax K1000
Film: 400 ASA
Inquire made it: October 25, 1998, and on Oct. 29.
Denis Butcher IQ Ve2bnw
Yveline Bernard IQ Ve2sng
Gille Cousineau IQ Ve2gcw
Denise Labre Q.i.
November 21, 1997 I receive a phone call of an individual of St-Jerome
with 30 kilometers with the north of Montreal which tells me an odd history
about a case of Bigfoot.
This adventure was
told to him by Mrs X This lady known as to have seen a large monkey to
cross a minor road not paved and desert in the area of Outaouais and it
was seized by a great stupor.
At that time, the
history appeared doubtful to me and not very credible. For this reason
I did not pay there a detailed attention of November 1997 to October 25,
The first forwarding
Date: Sunday 25 Octobre 1998
Departure: 5h of the morning
Hardware: plaster of Paris, regulates, camera, water, radio amateur two
meters and recording audio.
Witnesses: Denis Butcher, Yveline Bernard, Gilles Cousineau and Denise
Prints: 3 including two on a slope of 80 degrees and separated by 5.2
feet and another on the top of a buton.
Dimensions of one of the print: 17 Po length X 7.5 Po broad
In accordance with this discovery, we investigué a negligible part
of the territory to the fine comb without y to have found any index suplémentaire
such as: hairs, excrement, etc for the moment.
is always in court and will be followed of a future forwarding.
The second forwarding
Date: Thursday on October 29, 1998
Departure: 4h of the morning
Hardware: camera, plaster of Paris, regulate, water, cards on the scale,
compass, radio amateur 2m
Investigators: Paul Butcher, Denis Butcher, M.X. and M.Y.
This time, we covered
a larger territory without not having anything to find of safe private
individual of the traces of bear, roe-deers and mooses.
Our first idea was
to spend the night in this mountainous area but, the cold temperature
and the beginning of hunting with the roe-deer us fimes to change idea.
The plaster print
was difficult to succeed of with the slope, the instability and the granulous
component of the ground (this one having been taken on a slope with 80
Having studied during
long years several books on the subject (Bernard Heuvelmans, B.F. Porchnev,
Ivan T Sanderson), we discovered the method of ideal search. Perhaps this
one will enable us to discover " the animal ignored " in Quebec.
By using our method
of very innovative search, we are persuaded to find the evidence tangible
of the presence of Bigfoot in our forests québécoises and
to prove in the scientific world which there really exists.
Thanks: Mr. Olivier
Heuvelmans for his encouragements.
Denis Butcher Ve2bnw,
December 6, 1998