Saturday, 11 November 2017
Saturday, 4 November 2017
Friday, November 3, 2017, 5:51 PM - Director Todd Standing has filed a civil lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court to prove that Sasquatch exists.
The documentarian is calling for the government to get involved. He's requesting a wildlife official accompany him on a hunt for one of the mythical creatures.
"I’ll take out anybody. Ill challenge them. I dont even need to go to court," Standing told The Weather Network's reporter Krissy Vann. "Just show some intestinal fortitude somebody, and stand up fish and wildlife and I will show you a Sasquatch. No problem, if I fail you'll never hear from me again."
Sasquatch, otherwise known as Bigfoot, is said to be a large, ape-like creature that lives primarily in the forests stretching from the west coast of B.C. to Northern California.read more and see video
Saturday, 28 October 2017
Saturday, 21 October 2017
On Friday, Bigfoot believers will descend on a remote part of Northern California to celebrate a shaky, minute-long film from 1967 that not only introduced Sasquatch to the wider world but transformed the cryptid into a pop culture phenomenon that still captivates us half a century later.
Look up the Bigfoot Wikipedia entry, and you'll see a familiar and famous frame from the footage that Roger Patterson, an aspiring filmmaker and ne'er-do-well from Yakima, Washington, claims to have shot in the wilderness outside Willow Creek, Calif., 50 years ago on Oct. 20. In the clip, a tall, broad-shouldered, long-limbed, fur-covered creature walking on two legs through a clearing glances directly at the camera for a moment, as if to briefly satisfy the relentless paparazzi before =READ MORE