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Entries in sasquatch (16)

Friday
Jun032011

Fish related BFRO encounter of the week: Chopaka

 

"Upon further examination I thought it was odd that the person was wearing a fur coat." More here at BFRO

Not to be confused with the 1996 Memorial Day sighting

Thursday
Jun022011

T-Shirt of the Week

Been looking for this one for a while - found it here

Thursday
May262011

Fishing related Squatch encounter of the week

"So, anyways... I was making my way across the west bay (very slowly - I WAS fishing) towards a point, and intended to methodically work the shoreline past the point to the farmhouse on the north corner of the lake. At the mid-point of my crossing, I heard it."  Read on at Oregonbigfoot.com
Monday
Mar072011

Fishing related BFRO encounter of the week: Cowlitz River

I called the witness and we talked about what he heard. He was positioned along the south bank of the Cowlitz River, about 150 yards downstream from the boat launch. He and his partners heard what he described as chimpanzee-like screaming coming from the thick brush near the top of the slope. More on this Class B report can be found here

Got your own encounter?  Tell us about it

Tuesday
Mar012011

Fishing related BFRO encounter of the week: Becharoff Lake

"What set this track apart from the others was it's enormous size and human shape. In one of the pictures that I took of this track, I placed my foot next to it on the ground, keep in mind I am wearing a size 13 boot. Whatever made this track was so heavy, heavier than the biggest bear, that it pushed the gravel so far into the earth that it made us truly speculate what we were looking at." 

Read more about this class B encounter...

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Monday
Feb142011

Fish related BFRO encounter of the week: Riffe Lake

About 150 yards off of the shore, I noticed something walking. My first thought was "it sure is awful warm to be bundled up like that".  And then immediately thought "your coat sleeves are really long".

Read more at BFRO