A brand new look and feel to a well established website made its debut this week over at OregonBigfoot.com. You probably have seen the site from either Oregon Bigfoot's long-term history on the web, or perhaps by visiting it via my links to the right on this page. Either way, Autumn Williams has put in a lot of work to revamp her site for the modern era.
Besides being one of the longest running bigfoot websites still on line today, Oregon Bigfoot has distinguished itself by providing hundreds of sighting reports for the public to enjoy. The "members" section of her website boasts probably more photographs, videos, and sound recordings than any other site. That's not even mentioning her private, members forum that is a supportive, non-judgmental place for witnesses to come forth and discuss their observations without fear of ridicule.
For a different, passive approach to bigfooting, there is no better place to look than OregonBigfoot.com. Don't bother bringing your camoflauge pants, no-scent spray, and super cool game cameras. That's not the way they do things over there. If you're interested in long-term, passive interaction and supportive co-existence, then OregonBigfoot is a place you'll want to check out.