Scott Carpenter death: Sasquatch researcher passed away after battling with Brain aneurysm


 Scott Carpenter Sasquatch researcher passed away after battling with Brain aneurysm

The bigfoot research community mourns the passing of respected figure and beloved person Scott Carpenter. We must express our profound condolences to the family of the late researcher Scott Carpenter, who passed away on August 4. Your contributions to the will endure forever, but you will most surely be missed. Keep scrolling to know more about his passing and Scott’s career.

Scott Carpenter passed away

On August 4, 2023, in the evening, Scott Carpenter passed away. He had dabbled in Sasquatch research. He adopted the stance that Nephilims are actually Sasquatch/Bigfoot.

He apparently came across many “cryptids” and other strange things & creatures while conducting his investigation, including Dogman, Grey Aliens, Cloaked Entities, Orbs, Little People, and Sasquatch.

His son Travis shared the news on social media, writing that his father had died as a result of an unexpected and catastrophic brain aneurysm. Read the statement that Scott’s son posted below.

Scott’s Son Travis – “It is with great sadness I announce my father has passed away. He passed of a sudden and devastating brain aneurysm and was in no pain. He was surrounded by our family and people that loved him. As his son, I’m so grateful to you, his fans, and followers. He loved you and gave his all to you. Thank you for loving my Dad.” -Travis RIP

Scott Carpenter cause of death

The BF community has just experienced a significant loss. Scott Carpenter, a bigfoot researcher, unexpectedly passed away, which saddens us.

We believe he died abruptly yesterday night due to a brain aneurysm. He was a top BF researcher and one of the few who understood the true nature of predator bigfoots. According to his family’s official statement, Scott had a brain aneurysm and died as a result.

A brain aneurysm (AN-yoo-riz-um) — also known as a cerebral aneurysm or intracranial aneurysm — is a bulge or ballooning in a blood vessel in the brain. However, a ruptured aneurysm quickly becomes life-threatening and requires medical treatment right away. Treatment of an unruptured brain aneurysm may prevent a rupture in the future.

Who was Scott Carpenter?

Scott Carpenter is a Bigfoot researcher who is known for taking long walks in the woods with a “back trail camera” (backward-facing camera), trying to capture Bigfoot images. He has a biblical worldview and he suggests tying Bigfoot to the Nephilim mentioned in Genesis chapter 6.

His bio as per his website:

I had my first experience with Bigfoot in 1972-1973 when two juvenile hairy bipeds peered at me through a glass door. In the Spring of 2009, I made some half-hearted “whooping” calls while fishing on a local lake. The calls got the attention of something large, loud, and intimidating.

It came to the shoreline crashing through the underbrush and breaking limbs. Though the unseen creature never showed itself it did make an audible “hmmph” before walking slowly back into the forest.

Guest appearance on the Animal Planet Show – “Finding Bigfoot”


This piqued my interest in the topic. I began researching Bigfoot/Sasquatch both on public lands and in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

In February of 2011, I joined North American Bigfoot Search (NABS) and I have contributed many hair and saliva samples to the “Ketchum” DNA Project.

I have a BS in Computer Science and I am the Systems Administrator for a software development firm in Knoxville Tennessee. I make my home in Maryville Tennessee in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains.

Medico Topics extends our deepest condolences to Scott Carpenter’s family and admirers during this difficult time. Let us be a source of strength and comfort for one another as we navigate through this painful journey of grief and remembrance.


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2 thoughts on “Scott Carpenter death: Sasquatch researcher passed away after battling with Brain aneurysm”

  1. I have watched Scott since his beginning on YouTube, He was a Class Act -Great Guy with a lot of Enthusiasm for Researching and Getting to the Truth Concerning Bigfoot and Cryptids. Like him, I believe that all of these Creatures were Nephilim from the Fallen Angel Family. Scott will be Greatly Missed by his Viewing Audience as his Integrity was Seen by All. I Pray for God’s Peace among everyone in Scott’s Family…VIP…

  2. I contacted Scott after my own Bigfoot sighting. I began experiencing trouble with “something” walking about our property, digging through my flower beds and garden, breaking my concrete birdbath, disturbing my outside dogs who were in a three acre fenced area, as well as doing ,urchin the same at my neighbors’ homes. I had started returning to the place where I had my sighting – going there two to three times a week – hoping to see it again. Scott uploaded a video dealing with this very subject – explaining how he encountered the same problem. Scott told me exactly what to say at my home to let them know my property was off limits to them. And all the while, many of my friends were laughing, making fun of me, etc. Scott assured me that I had inadvertently lured them to my home as they had followed my car. And believe me, Scott’s advice worked and we haven’t been bothered since. He also warned me to stay away from the area of the sighting as it would only invite them back. To Scott’s family, I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good man whom I respected. I think the thing I appreciated most was his kindness, willing to listen to my story, and he believed me. Scott will be missed.


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