Nahganne: the Yukon Sasquatch, book and video:
In this video, Red Grossinger, author of the book Nahganne: Tales of the Northern Sasquatch, and foreword writer Raymond Yakeleya give examples of the reports they have received about Sasquatch encounters and occurrences in the North. For as long as humans have been around the North, the activities of these giants have been observed in many places, but only a few people have taken the time to share their stories of coming in contact with these forest giants.
Nahganne: Tales of the Northern Sasquatch is about giant bipedal, forest dwelling, hirsute hominoid entities. For as long as humans have been around the North, the activities of these giants have been observed in many places, but only a few people have taken the time to share their stories of coming in contact with these forest giants. In the North they have been given many regional names; although they are commonly known as Nahganne or Sasquatch. The book presents activities occurring in the North such as sightings, strange vocals, discovery of large human-liked footprints, strange animal reaction, and weird tree events. It also contains bits of history and details about the First Nation Peoples of the North. In the book, Red Grossinger investigates and analyses the many reports that he has received with details about the encounters and occurrences.
”He kept steady steps, walking in a dedicated manner … like a “man on mission”. As I sat there in my car, just two meters away from him, he did not look at me, did not even acknowledge the presence of my car. Then, as he approached the lamp post he started becoming somewhat transparent. I could see right through him. Then puff, like magic he was gone.” –From an interview of a sighting, Whitehorse Yukon
Red Grossinger is of Algonquin-Huron ancestry and was raised in the Laurentian Region of Quebec. His enthusiasm for Sasquatch can easily be associated with his Indigenous heritage. Red is a decorated military officer now retired from the Canadian Army after thirty years of service with NATO in Canada, Europe, and the United Nations, in the service of peace at many locations around the world. Red is an avid outdoorsman and an open-minded Sasquatch enthusiast who has been roving around the Yukon since 1980. Through these years of travel, Red has acquired an intimate knowledge of the North, which he has used to analyze the many reports presented in this book.
To read excerpts and order: ”Nahganne: Tales of the Northern Sasquatch”.
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