Steenburg File # 10205

This incident was first brought to my attention from a friend of mine, Nina Reid, who knows the main witness of this case. The two witnesses have requested that their names remain confidential.

This incident occurred round 02:30 a.m. June 4th, 2017; 38 km up East Harrison Lake FSR.

My husband and I were camping by ourselves up there, which we do quite often. We sleep in the back of the pick up truck. So we don’t worry to much. We have a big dog and a tiny dog. We got there Saturday morning, we spent the day there, we were right beside the river. We were about 38 km up East Harrison. We turn to the left onto Pine. When you get to the bridge you drive down and camp right beside the river, there is a really nice spot there. There are river trails, and things which we know have been used, etc but we went to sleep that night. It was 02:36 in the morning, I remember looking at my clock. The dog had to come with me, I had to pee, and the dog had to come with me , because I won’t go outside alone. We had a bucket with a lid out side the truck. So I got out to go pee and I just got back in, the dog wanted to go chase something, and I said, “Oh no, no, no, get in the truck”, but he goes and I whistle him back, put him into the truck, shut the tail gate, we shut the top of the canopy as well, the window outside. All of a sudden we hear, it sounds like a miniature rock slide? My husband says, “there’s something outside” and I said, “Do you see anything”? He replies, “No”. So we kept on listening, then it sounded like a scratching down the side of the vehicle, its walking down the side of the truck, and on the hood. It came from the hood and down the side of the truck. And we seen the shadow pass, the canopy has glass on the sides, and it is tinted.  We could see the huge shadow walk passed outside the truck. Oh my goodness, that’s huge! And Jeremy say, “That’s not a bear.” No, that’s not a bear! And then we saw it go by the fire place. (Fire pit) The coals were just about burnt out by that point. There was no fire left, it was just a little bit of red embers. And we could see a little bit through the window, that’s all we could really see was that and the shadow that blocked the embers, we knew there was something outside, we heard a few more noise, but there was no way we were getting out of the truck. When we got up in the morning. We could see the tracks, or marks? Some were huge, the boulders, which were pushed down the little hill coming into our site. (the rock slide sounds?) and we saw the foot or hand print beside out fire pit. It was like someone huge leaned over and put their hand on the ground and was leaning over were our fire was? We did find some cougar tracks, but they were on the other side, that wasn’t what we heard and saw right. We had a cooler, but that wasn’t touched; we had a canopy set up (camp canopy). It was really tall.

The Camp site

Since this incident a large forest fire has closed East Harrison Lake FSR at the 20 km point. So I have not been able to get up there to look around. The question still remains. What or who came into the campsite that Morning?

Thomas Steenburg

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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