Researcher MK Davis exposes the cover up and covert genocide against Sasquatch.
In this interview released on January 3, 2019, famous Sasquatch researcher MK Davis makes shocking revelations with well documented evidence and convincing arguments about the massive cover up and covert genocide perpetrated against the Sasquatch.
He describes the details surrounding the famous Patterson-Gimlin footage taken in Bluff Creek, California in 1967, while a hunting party was chasing the local Sasquatch clan for the logging industry, which resulted in killings. The well known so-called Minnesota Iceman, a corpse from a hairy humanoid owned by a Californian millionaire that emerged just after and was exhibited for years kept in ice, likely came from Bluff Creek.
MK Davis, who has done a remarkable stabilized version of the P-G footage, explains how the original high quality copies were concealed and recalled to be edited and degraded, while the footage went without copyrights for over a decade before they were acquired in highly questionable ways. Some of the most famous names in the Sasquatch world are being unmasked to show a darker side, which involves cover up and genocide.
This all makes much sense considering that the word Bigfoot was coined in Bluff Creek in 1958 when loggers found footprints that made the news which prompted the logging companies to send armed hunters with the logging teams. In 1960, a similar event occurred in south-eastern British Colombia, near where I’m now living, at a place called since Sasquatch Lake. Hunting parties were sent to hunt down the Sasquatch.
Interesting revelations confirming that the authorities know much more about Sasquatch than they would want us to believe, while the official story is always disinformation.