Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization:
Until the GCBRO
came along most emphasis was put solely on the Pacific Northwestern Bigfoot, leaving the Southern Bigfoot to do as they wish, and go virtually undetected for years. Yes, there have been reports of the Southern Bigfoot emerge from some research groups, but not much effort has been put into the belief or investigation of these sightings. We changed all of that and are now investigating areas of high activity levels, and have made some startling discoveries pertaining to the habits of these creatures.
The aggressiveness of the Southern Bigfoot is another factor that separates the Northern Bigfoot from the Southern Bigfoot. Several instances of saplings being ripped out of the ground and thrown at campers and people being struck by these animals have been reported; mobile homes being hit and dented, leaving the knuckle prints of the animal on the metal covering of the home. Herds of cattle and horses have been tormented to the point of stampeding. These types of mischievous behaviors are one of the trademarks of the Southern Bigfoot, and these are just a few.