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Steenburg File #10171

2011/07/03 – Near Chetwynd. Something Seen Along the
Railway Tracks: A railway line inspector for the Canadian National
Railway reported that he saw two unusual man-like creatures cross
the railway tracks at a distance of about 800 feet. He described them
as being hair covered (dark brown in color), massive upper body and
very long arms. He estimated the height of one individual at about 7
feet and the other about 6.5 feet. They were walking side-by-side
with the taller one a little ahead of the other. They crossed the tracks,
proceeded along a rocky creek bank and entered an area with willow
trees where they disappeared from sight. The inspector heard a high pitched
laugh-like sound from the willows. He went to the area
where the tracks had been crossed but did not find any footprints
there or in the long grass leading up to the rail line. Nevertheless, the
path they had taken could be seen in the grass. He also looked along
the creek bank; no prints were seen, but he sensed a slight unpleasant
odor.
The inspector was part of a crew of men, but the others had left
before the sighting. He later told his wife of the incident and she
informed Thomas Steenburg who followed up with the inspector.
Source: Thomas Steenburg Sasquatch Incidents file, No. 10171.

Steenburg File #10177

2009/SU/00 – Harrison Lake Area. Monkey Just Over Four Feet
Tall: A resident who worked as a gate security man at Harrison Lake
had a strange sighting at about 4:00 p.m. in the summer of 2009. On
his way to work, he saw what he described as a monkey about 4 feet
tall cross the road in front of his car. He exclaimed to himself, “A
monkey! Some fool has let loose a damn monkey!” Some time later,
he became acquainted with Bill Miller, a local Sasquatch researcher,
and the resident mentioned his odd experience. He had not considered
a Sasquatch connection and was not convinced that the “monkey”
he saw was a young Sasquatch. He insists that what he saw was
a monkey or some sort or a chimpanzee. He was adamant that it was
not a small person, bear, or any other any other animal known to be
in the Harrison area.
Source: Thomas Steenburg Sasquatch Incidents file, No. 10177.

Steenburg file#10174

I have had a number of incidents which have been reported to me since the publication of the book, ” Sasquatch In British Columbia” in 2012.

I  thought I would include some of them on this web site though they lack, for the most part, detailed interviews which were not obtained due mostly to the fact the witnesses in question had second thoughts about going forward with their stories for various and personal reasons. To respect their privacy, I will not give out any names. The stories have also been abbreviated in order to give you the reader a clear view on what was alleged to have occurred without going into to much repetitive detail. Enjoy.

2009/SP/00 – Port Douglas, Harrison Lake. Large Rocks Tossed
from 100 Feet: The night watchman at the Harrison Hydro work
camp, Port Douglas, experienced strange events in September 2009.
He heard whistles, screams and something crashing through the
trees; on a couple of occasions large rocks were tossed at him from
about 100 feet. They were tossed when his back was to the forest
and he estimated their weight to be about ten pounds each. They
landed about 20 to 30 feet from where he was standing. On the night
that he heard the whistles and screams, there were no bears in the
area all night. This was odd because he always sees one or two bears
on his rounds. During one of his patrols, he found large human-like
footprints in the sand by the lake. One of his duties is to keep bears
out of the camp, so he is well-aware of the tracks left by these animals.
He also noted that he knows about bear tracks “double tracking”
and the human-like prints he saw were definitely not of this
nature; there were no claws evident as with bear tracks. He mentioned
the incidents to local residents and one told him that the work
camp is on a route used by Sasquatch.
Source: Thomas Steenburg Sasquatch Incident file, No.10174