It has been reported again and again: the Sasquatch throwing rocks or other forest debris at people. I have looked into many such incidents myself over the years and I am of the opinion that many such incidents are true. Assuming, of course, that the Sasquatch does indeed exist.
In this video, we review one of the more interesting cases in which I was personally involved. We also discuss one case of hoaxing which the individual involved was throwing the stones himself and trying to convince us that a Sasquatch was responsible (I caught him).
I was informed that an individual on another site (the BFF Forum) had posed a question to me: if I personally had any friends and colleagues who claim to have seen a Sasquatch, whom I believe?
I found the question myself and tried to answer on the BFF site, but found that my spell-checker no longer corrects things for me there. Having the spelling skills that a grade 5 student would laugh at, I decided to try and fix the problem before making any more posts on their website!
But as we were out and about in the Bush during one of the warmest January’s I can remember, it was decided to try and answer the question right then and there. So, here you go, Terry, I hope this answers your question!
A quick note: In hindsight, I noticed I did not mention the late, Bob Titmus in the video. I knew him for many years and as he claimed sightings on two different occasions, he then should also have been added to the list. Once again, I have to state that if the Sasquatch does indeed exist (something I do believe, by the way!) then these men saw one. If I am wrong, and the Sasquatch does not nor never did exist, then these men have had very good examples of mis-identification of common animals or humans.
Rene was Rene. That really, in a nutshell, was the only way to describe the man. We were good friends – I loved the guy. So, when I was asked about him during a recent outing, the memory came back of two trips with Rene, in the same general area that we were now standing. I was much younger then and at times my inexperience would show. Something Rene would never, and I mean NEVER, fail to point out!
I have been asked many times in the past what I felt on the issue of Hibernation and whether I felt that this may be an explanation for the sharp decrease of reports during the winter months. This short interview was recorded by Jason Cain on a recent winter outing, Sunday January 18, 2015 and expresses my own views on the subject.
This is a short video interview by Jason Cain. He along with myself and Brad Trent, spent Sunday December 14, 2014 up Statlu Creek FSR. Jason wondered how I personally felt on the issue of the Sasquatch being a big game predator. Here is what I had to say on the subject.
The rest of the day was spent searching along the roadsides and the creek and river banks looking for tracks. Unfortunately, other than a lovely rare sunny day in December in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, nothing of any real interest was found.