Cultures, Research

Bigfoot and the Cherokee Hill, by Stephen Wagner

Bigfoot and the Cherokee Hill A journey into sacred lands where the creature has been known for generations By Stephen Wagner. Source: Tsalagi Thunder According to one witness, this is what the Hebbardsville creatures look like. Described as averaging 8 ft. tall, 400 lbs. with black skin and long arms that hang below the knees.… Continue reading Bigfoot and the Cherokee Hill, by Stephen Wagner

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New Sasquatch Totem, by Native Artist George John, from BC

New Sasquatch Totem, by Native Artist George John, from BC. This amazing 11 foot tall by 4 foot diameter red cedar Sasquatch statue carved by sculptor George John from Ahousat, BC, was just published on Facebook. I share it here with the kind permission of the artist and for all to appreciate his inspiring art… Continue reading New Sasquatch Totem, by Native Artist George John, from BC

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Balenn: A paranormal Sasquatch story, by Jerome Mooney

Balenn: A paranormal Sasquatch story, by Jerome Mooney This is a story about the capture of 3 Sasquatch in the mountains that divide B.C. and Alberta, Canada. In the early 1980's, when this story unfolded, the public did not as readily accept paranormal events. This news item would have been laughed at, so the entire… Continue reading Balenn: A paranormal Sasquatch story, by Jerome Mooney

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Sasquatch on minted coins

Sasquatch on minted coins There is a Canadian quarter from 2011 showing the Sasquatch. Also coins with Bigfoot from the Cook Islands and Burkina Faso.  

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Sasquatch as mascots

By SunBôw Sasquatch as mascots In the Middle Ages, the hairy Wildmen were showing on the crests and coat-of-arms of noble European families. In modern times, they are used on the crests of sport teams. Sasquatch are People, not mascots. Yet, although the Sasquatch are considered as a myth, they are the most popular mascot… Continue reading Sasquatch as mascots