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They haven’t convinced the scientific community yet, but two Snohomish County “squatchers” say it’s only a matter of time.
John Ray, of Marysville, and Rob Parker, of Snohomish, have spent years hunting in the old-growth forests of Snohomish County for evidence of Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch.
"It's not just about smoking pot and getting high. There's a lot of work and artistic creativity going into it," said glassblower Patrick Lee, 21, who contracts with Sasquatch Glass.
Group still working to save Sasquatch Park near Harrison Hot Springs
Sassy Surf Club Members, Tim Eddy and Temple Cummins, set out to find the elusive Sasquatch in the remote Olympic Mountains. The post Tim Eddy and Temple Cummings : In Search of Sasquatch appeared first on Transworld Snowboarding .
The weirdest stories on seattletimes.com this week ran the gamut from mythical creatures up for debate to actual creatures out for a stroll.
Like many of my era, I was introduced to the “myth” of Sasquatch (aka “Bigfoot”) through the motion picture “Harry and the Hendersons.” In this movie, not only was Sasquatch real, his heart was bigger than his feet, thawing the stern countenance of John Lithgow, who was a pretend jerk in a lot of movies back then. Kevin Bacon sure showed him (albeit in “Footloose,” not “Harry and the Hendersons.”)
Bigfoot helped eighth-graders take a giant educational step in this year’s Common Core proficiency exams. After reading an excerpt about a mud fossil and an analysis of mysterious hair samples...
Pilot Jeff Boerboon currently flies the Jack Link's Screamin' Sasquatch Jet Waco, a plane that flies for 15 minutes at a time before it needs fuel.
Wed, 06 Aug 2014 22:15:52 GMT By Gordon King Yakima Herald-Republic Liam Rankin and Colten Miller examine foam cutouts representing animal tracks as they wait to make plaster casts of the tracks at the Summer Camp With Sasquatch at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima on Tuesday. Youngsters ages 3-10 are learning basic outd...
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