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Sasquatch Encounters: Bigfoot Tears Loggers To Pieces

For those of you who aren’t ‘believers’ in Sasquatch, then it’s just as well that you pass this particular article by, as you will probably think that it’s just a bunch of crap and not worth your time.

But, for those of you who do believe in Sasquatch, then you are in for a real treat. This particular account is well over 120 years old and given the time frame involved, it’s safe to say that the individuals who were a part of this harrowing episode, weren’t believers in ‘big hairy men of the forest’, but the native tribes of that time were.

It was common knowledge among the native peoples in the Pacific Northwest that there were large hairy man creatures living in the forests, and they believed that if they left them alone, that they in turn wouldn’t be bothered by them.

Since the release of the Patterson/Gimlin film in 1967, more people have come forward to tell of their experiences, most are just normal everyday folks, who didn’t want to be labeled as “cooks”, or liars, which is why alot of accounts that do happen are never even made public, which is perfectly understandable.

Are there those people who have perpetrated hoaxes regarding Bigfoot, yes, but those are few and far between and are pretty easy to spot. Unfortunately, it puts a damper on and casts doubt on those who are genuine and are telling the truth.

Sadly, the existence of Sasquatch will never be accepted as mainstream reality, until a dead body of one of these creatures is found and brought in.  What’s even sadder, is that there are people out there who are actively hunting these creatures with just that purpose in mind, to shoot and kill one and bring it in for all the world to see.

As for me, I believe the stories that are told by the native tribes and I believe that we should just leave these creatures alone.

Here is a link to the story being told in the video below:



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