A handsom Yankton Sioux man. In all likelihood, Not Afraid Of Pawnee was given his name while involved in a struggle against the Pawnee Tribe. He must have shown his bravery and inspired his fellow warriors.
The Bigfoot is not adhering to Bigfoot custom and tradition so the little people are scolding him. He feels he must respect the little people because they have the ability to influence certain aspects of his life.
Taking off where The Hoopa Project stopped, Tribal Bigfoot goes deeper into the connection between the forest giants and native peoples. Includes sightings from the counties in Northern California that have reported the greatest numbers of Bigfoot occurrences, and beyond to Minnesota and Oklahoma.