Does Bigfoot live in Mines?

Does Bigfoot live in caves

Put on your miners hat. Apparently, there are such a large number of empty mines in the United States the government doesn’t know what to do about it. Seeping wastewater from thousands of old mines have already contaminated many watersheds. Recent spills into the Animas River in Colorado raised awareness of the vast number of mines there really are in America: over 500,000. Could any of these half-a-million, perfect shelters provide Bigfoot a place to live?

Bigfoot Vacation Spots?

I could very well see a family of Bigfoot living in a mine, for at least a short time. There are an estimated 47,084 abandoned mines in California alone. And 67% of these are on Federal Lands and likely to be very inaccessible by anyone other than contractors or the occasional government meter-reader. These potentially remote areas would be fantastic for any large creature seeking a new home for a month or two. If anything, I believe that Sasquatch forage within a certain territory. To throw a wild guess, I think a creature of that size, tact, and intelligence would migrate around a 50-mile radius, moving from one seasonal food source to another, and spending a short time at specially selected mines or caverns.

If there are mines in a given area, then I would think the geology is littered with cave systems as well. With only black bear for competition, I believe that these creatures would adore a covered, secure mountain cavern homestead as well. Like I said, I don’t think they need to stay there for the rest of their lives, but as they learn their territories food sources, they find these perfect ‘vacation’ spots. They could also conceivably leave the old and young there for longer periods of time, for protection.
So what do you think? Could colonies of Bigfoot creatures actually lay their heads to sleep in abandoned mines?

Creepy Caverns

This Youtube channel follows abandoned-exploration enthusiasts as traipsing through extensive mining caverns. As you watch these videos, you find out that there really are a lot of large passages down there and they’re not all that safe. Not to mention, they are extremely creepy. This particular video of the Waldeck Gold Mine in Australia features an extremely brave explorer making his way deeper and deeper into the mine system. At one point he stops suddenly, and the camera audio picks up a sinister whispering. A Youtube user AcePvP MC commented, “That is negative energy (or demonic to some) They were telling you to leave, you were in there home, your calmness saved you from any lash outs.”

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