Report A Sighting Here!

Have you seen a sasquatch or a large footprint? Maybe you know someone who has?

If so, count yourself as normal.

Sasquatch sightings and footprints have been reported by police officers, fireman, lawyers, teachers, businessman, Hydro workers, hunters, fisherman — everyday normal people. People like you and me. They are not crazy — they are not hoaxers — nor are they seeking attention.

We would like to hear your story, even if it might be second hand.

If you wish to remain anonymous, we can guarantee that. Your privacy is very important to us.

We have a diverse group of professionals in our group, including active and retired: scientists, university professors, military veterans and police officers. You will find us to be professional, knowledgeable, courteous and respectful of your story and privacy.

Please help us, by filling out the form. We will contact you, as soon as possible.

If you would rather make the report over the phone, please call (604) 826-6150. Please leave a contact number, a date and time that the sighting took place, the location, and a statement as to what was observed and by whom.

Sighting Report Form

Please fill out this form to report a sighting or report. We also investigate any old or second-hand reports that have not been documented.
  • If you don't know the exact date, please give an approximate one.
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    If you don't know the exact time, please give an approximate one.
  • Please be as specific as possible. (For example: Silver Lake Provincial Park; the sand bar on south side of Silver Lake and the north side of the inflow from Silverhope Creek.)
  • Give us a rough idea of what happened -- we will get the specifics when we talk to you.
  • Please list the names of any other witnesses. Your report is held in the strictest confidence. Names of witnesses are not released without their explicit approval.
  • Not everyone has one, but if you do -- please enter it.
  • Your privacy is important to us. It is important to quickly gather and verify information for our investigation, which is why your phone number is vital.
  • It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to leave your mobile number, so you are not tied to a landline, and we can find you where ever you are!