There are a million different resources out there on Bigfoot, there is also a whole lot of garbage. I’m here to help you separate what is worthwhile, from what is not. I’ll add to this over time, but will start out with some YouTube channels, in no particular order:
By far the most popular “Bigfoot” podcast out there, Wes has recorded over 500 episodes of stories from real people throughout the country (and world for that matter) of their encounters. They are honest, vetted, detailed encounter interviews with no B.S. I found very few of them to be questionable, some of them are as crazy as they are fascinating. Most of them are free (but he has a Subscriber tier as well) and contain little adverts, it’s all very genuine and worth your time, if interested in this phenomenon.
TT analyzes popular YouTube videos of Bigfoot evidence. He does a great job of editing and narrating things, and also keeps things light and interesting.
Mike Patterson’s channel contains a series of videos produced over several years that record the activity of the creatures at a rural Canadian residence. Evidence of “paranormal” behavior is a major part of his story. You may notice the parallels with spirit phenomenon. The one channel that really does a good job of exploring the notion that “Bigfoot” is more than what it appears to be.
CB’s channel is certainly interesting, but focuses more on tree structures, shelters and prints that appear in the wilderness near his home in Colorado, among some other activity.
Christopher Noel’s series of interactions with Sasquatch in the woods behind a family members’ home is one of the more well-known series of books and videos, due to his dedication and belief in Sasquatch, as a result of his experiences there. Watch pine cones hit him from out of nowhere, gifting, recorded sounds and interactions with the elusive creatures over a period of several years.