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Oracle, the film, by Hale Mednik

Our friend Hale Mednik just released his film Oracle on Youtube for free viewing. It's a story about two sisters who meet, one of whom channels the Sasquatch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcGgGPlCrd0

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Sasquatch keeps gaining ground in our culture: The Missing Link, Spring 2019

Sasquatch keeps gaining ground in our culture: The Missing Link, Spring 2019 This animation film coming out in spring 2019 presents Sasquatch as an intelligent friendly being reaching out to Humanity to be discovered. Watch teasers:

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Do You Believe in Magic: the Fairy and Human Relations Congress (short documentary) 2018

The Call of the Fairies... Do You Believe in Magic: the Fairy and Human Relations Congress (short doc) 2018 La la la fairyland at its best... Watch video: https://vimeo.com/295823303  

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Account of the first Sasquatch Days in 1938, by John W. Burns

By John W. Burns Note: J. W. Burns was an Indian agent on the Chehalis reservation in the lower Fraser Valley of British Colombia, to whom we owe the popularization of the name Sasquatch. John W. Burns in his time wrote more than fifty Sasquatch related articles. During a request from The Vancouver Sun in… Continue reading Account of the first Sasquatch Days in 1938, by John W. Burns

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The Modoc and the Matah Kagmi, Yah’yahaas or Sasquatch

The Modoc and the Matah Kagmi, Yah’yahaas or Sasquatch My Grandfather was born in 1853; he later fought in the Modoc War in defense of our Homeland. It was the same story as most defeat, family being murdered and sent away. Grandfather did not like the Klamath Reservation and soon returned to the part of the… Continue reading The Modoc and the Matah Kagmi, Yah’yahaas or Sasquatch