Steenburg File #10179

2012/02/00 – Mission, Hatzic Lake area.  Very Tall, Shaggy, Dark Brown Hair:

A lady with two friends on a equestrian farm in the Hatzic Lake area sighted what they believe was a Sasquatch at about 7:00 am. in mid-February 2012.  The lady informed Gene Baade of the group’s experience and he sent the information to Thomas Steenburg.  Here is what was provided (edited for clarity):

It was just getting light out and you could tell it was going to be a beautiful day.  He [the Sasquatch] was about 100 feet, maybe 150 feet from us.  He came out of the forest right along the tree line and began taking huge steps along the tree line heading west.  We all watched him make his away across the field; he made about 200 feet in 30 seconds—he was extremely quick [See Note 1].  He was about 11 feet tall and had shag dark
brownish hair all over him; almost like he was wearing a huge shag jacket. His arms were what really got me—they were so long. He looked like big hairy ape. He was behaving like he was in a hurry and didn’t want to be seen. As he popped out of the tree line he scanned the area and then headed west in a hurry; not running though—just a quick walk. The horses didn’t seem to notice or care, which I thought was weird; maybe if they [sasquatch] had been visiting the horses they were already used to it [See Note 2]. There were three of us who saw the same thing; there was no explaining it or denying it.


Note 1: The speed equals 6.67 feet per second. An average person walks at 4.6 feet per second, so the speed, while quick, was not extremely so (the time was likely much less or the distance much greater).

Note 2: The information about the horses not caring was indeed odd; however, Almasty allegedly have an affinity for horses, which don’t mind their presence at all.

Source: Thomas Steenburg Sasquatch Incidents file, No. 10179.

About Thomas Steenburg

Researching the Sasquatch question since 1978. Authored three books on topic: 'The Sasquatch In Alberta', 1989; 'Sasquatch, Bigfoot,The Continuing Mystery', 1993; and 'In search of Giants', 2000. Thomas has also co-authored two other titles: 'Meet the Sasquatch', 2004 and 'Sasquatch In British Columbia' 2012. He has also written many articles and appeared on numerous television and Radio documentaries concerning the Sasquatch. Considered by many to be old school in the world of Sasquatch research.

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