Is a Bigfoot different than a Sasquatch?
The name "Bigfoot" or "Sasquatch" are used to describe the same creature. In 1924, a man
named John W. Burns was appointed teacher for the Chehalis Indian Reserve which is situated
along the Harrison River in British Columbia. Burns had soon learned from the Chehalis people
about a tribe that the elders called Saskehehavis. It was Burns who then named them Sasquatch.
In 1958, a story was run on "Big Foot" prints discovered in Del Norte County, California in the U.S.
Bulldozer operator Gerry Crew made a cast of the foot print and brought it to the Humboldt Times
columnist Andrew Genzoli who shortened the words Big Foot to one word in his story. Thus the
name Bigfoot was born in the Associated Press release of the story.
Are Sasquatch real?
The one thing that can be said for certain is that the foot print evidence attributed to the Sasquatch
is in fact real. Whether that evidence is man made or caused by a living Sasquatch seems to be
the question that plagues so many people. To those who have carefully examined such
circumstantial evidence, most have decided that a living unclassified creature had indeed left the
level of knowledge of the subject they have gathered to make an educated evaluation. In cases
where hoaxes are carried out, forensic study has most always exposed it as such. In other
instances where no reasonable alternative other than a living unknown creature left behind the
evidence, then the scale tips considerably towards the possibility of the existence of the Sasquatch.
For those who have actually seen the creature, then the Sasquatch is certainly real to them.
What is a Sasquatch?
The definition of a Sasquatch is as follows: a large hairy humanoid creature said to live in wilderness areas of the United States and Canada. There is a school of
were found in 1935 by Ralph von Koenigswald in an apothecary shop.
How do we know there are Sasquatch?
If one hasn't seen a Sasquatch for themselves, then they are left to rely on the validity of the evidence as they
find it whether it be through eye witnesses and/or other discovered evidence such as foot prints that has held
up under thorough scrutiny.
Why haven't any Sasquatch been found?
By definition the Sasquatch has been found. There are thousands of eye witness reports where the creature had been spotted. There is also a record of a young
Sasquatch being captured near Yale in British Columbia in 1884. At least two press sources, the Daily Colonist and the Manitoba Press, ran the story. In 1958,
John Green found and interviewed a man named August Castle who remembered the Jacko talk of the time. Gigantopithecus blacki was a large bi-pedal ape that
did exist as early as 300,000 years ago. If the Sasquatch is a descendent of the Gigantopithecus, then the fossil record as of 1935 supports the creature's
Where do the Sasquatch live?
The general consensus of most researchers is that the Sasquatch lives in the forest much like the other animals such as deer, bear, and etc,.
What do Sasquatch look like?
The Sasquatch is most often described as ape-like. They are said to be covered in hair, have arms longer than a man's,
and have a head that sits down into the shoulders. Their feet are believed to be heavily padded.
Are Sasquatch dangerous?
Sasquatch reports do not reflect the animal as being any more dangerous than that of an encounter with an ape. In almost
every case, the Sasquatch is a creature that does not seem to desire contact with man.
What is a 'hoax'?
A hoax is defined as an act intended to deceive or trick.
What do I do if I see a Sasquatch or find some signs of a Sasquatch?
Our advice is to observe the animal and take notice to as much detail as possible. If one is carrying a camera, then
document the event with as many photos as possible. The next step would be to contact an organization that is willing to
investigate the encounter. For the lower Fraser Valley, we would ask that the witness contact Sasquatch Research at (604)
826-6150 or go to our Field Research page.