The East Fork of the Trinity River forms south of Sherman in Grayson County, then winds its way southward through Collin, Rockwall and Dallas Counties to the confluence of the main stream in Kaufman County. Dams erected on the East Fork create Lake Lavon in Collin County and Lake Ray Hubbard in Dallas, Rockwall and Kaufman Counties. The river flows through bottomlands heavily wooded with Elm, Ash, Post Oak and Pecan trees, as well as a wide variety of indigenous ground cover vegetation.
Our group has conducted many expeditions in and around the Trinity River. Because these areas simply will not be developed and most people do not go there, we have realized that this is prime Sasquatch habitat. There is an abundance of wildlife including deer and boar. These areas have everything a group of Sasquatch would need to live and thrive.
We place audio recorders in an area for several days at a time. Our collection of audio that includes whoops, whistles, growls, screams, wood knocks and branch breaks. On several occasions we have managed to place audio recorders where families of Sasquatch have spent the night. As a result we believe that we recorded some of their language.