Happy Labor Day and Boreal Bigfoot Expo 2021!

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages!

Happy Labor Day to everyone!

On Saturday, September 4th, the very first Boreal Bigfoot Expo was held in Fairbanks in the Centennial Center at Pioneer Park.  Judging by the turn-out and the numerous positive comments, it was a huge success!

The Expo kicked off the weekend on Friday night with an informal “meet and greet” called Bigfoot and Brews at HooDoo Brewing Company.

The following day was the main event. Guest speakers talked about their research and projects. Yours truly spoke about the different cryptid primates found in Alaska and concluded with an in depth profile of the Boreal Sasquatch including aspects of their violent nature.

Larry Beans Baxter gave a very informative account of his research in the Port Chatham Area and L. Shane Land spoke about Bigfoot and the FBI and how he used his background in intelligence to get the inside edge. I’d like to thank both of them for their support and participation. Thanks guys!!!

Stephen Majors and Adam Davies from Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC were also on hand as VIP guests. Thanks to you fellows as well for your support! Majors, Davies and Baxter departed the following day on the 2021 Arctic Bushman Expedition and we look forward to hearing their results…

Throughout the day attendees visited informative displays on the main floor of the auditorium, visited with Bigfoot and took selfies and then headed to the upper level visit all the great vendors! A special thank you goes to the the Boy Scouts for helping out with everything!

That evening there was a special night excursion on a local trail. The night excursion was an added feature and the expo committee kept the exact location secret until right before the event to keep the area clean of possible hoaxers. Hikers were treated to hands-on demonstrations about evidence collection and viewed possible sasquatch activity along the trail. Everyone had lots of fun!

I’d like to acknowledge and thank my fellow committee members, Jessie Desmond, Heidi Worley and Norman Sollie. Without your endless efforts and hard work, none of this would have been successful. Thank you so much for all of your dedication!

Godspeed, loyal readers!

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2021 Arctic Bushman Expedition Announced!

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I hope everyone is doing fine…!

Here’s a bit of information passed on to me by Stephen Major of Extreme Expeditions Northwest.

SPOKANE VALLEY, WA- Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC is excited to announce its return to Alaska with its upcoming 2021 Arctic Bushman Expedition, set to launch this September 5th-10th in Fairbanks, Alaska.    

The expedition is a six-day Research Expedition deep into the Arctic of Northern Alaska in pursuit of definitive proof of the existence of the legendary Alaskan Bigfoot known among the Gwich’in peoples of Northern Alaska as the “NAA’IN (naw-in) ”-which is loosely translated as “Bushman.”   

The expedition will be a first in the history of Bigfoot Research and Investigation to venture such a distance into this remote and forbidding location. The Team will depart on the expedition after attending the Boreal Bigfoot Expo being held in Fairbanks, Alaska on September 4th.  

The 2021 Arctic Bushman Expedition comes on the heels of Extreme Expedition Northwest, LLC’s release of its latest feature length documentary film “Sullivan Creek Sasquatch” which chronicles their 2020 Pend Oreille County Washington Bigfoot Expedition.  The film is currently available on demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sullivancreeksasquatch  

The expedition team consists of Stephen T. Major, Director of Operations of Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC- Expedition Leader, world renowned Explorer, Author and Cryptozoologist Adam Davies, and Larry “Beans” Baxter- Bigfoot Researcher, Author and host of the Alasquatch Podcast.  

 

Left to right: Davies, Baxter, Major

Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC is an outdoor adventure company and documentary film producer located in Spokane Valley Washington that offers Guided Bigfoot Expeditions into remote wilderness areas of both Alaska, and British Columbia Canada.  

For more detailed information about the Expedition please call 509-217-1912 or email info@exnorthwest.com.

There you have it folks… This is an important undertaking. Everyone please support this!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

 

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Brushes With Bigfoot…

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…  

I hope everyone is doing well…  

I recently received a copy of Dr. J. Robert Alley’s new book:  

BRUSHES with BIGFOOT, Sasquatch Behaviors Reported in Close Encounters, Native and Non-native Perspectives (Muskeg Media, ISBN 978-0-578-90121-3).  

I really enjoyed this book!  Dr. Alley, most widely known for his first work, Raincoast Sasquatch, has been a Sasquatch Tracker associate for close to 15 years and has never failed to provide support!  Does it sound like I like this guy?  Good, because I do!  

Let’s get to it…   

Dr. Alley has compiled a few new encounters that show different types of Sasquatch behaviors. Each encounter is thought-provoking in its own, but most interesting is Dr. Alley’s interpretation and perspectives.   

Alley begins each of the encounters with bullet points describing the Sasquatch behavior and the location of the encounter.  Following the bullet points, Alley provides an appropriate level of background information to orient the reader to the situation.  Being interested in behavioral traits myself, I found this particularly helpful to have a small “outline” before diving into the chapter.   

Each chapter features encounters that were not included in Raincoast Sasquatch.  Nothing wrong with fresh material!  The chapters vary in length due to the uniqueness of each situation, but Dr. Alley concludes each by providing some further explanation and thoughtful insights.   The book includes a full bibliography and index, both important to those of us using this as part of our own on-going research.  

This book offers a little bit for everyone.  Sasquatch fans will enjoy it and to those who are still on the fence, you’ll probably enjoy it too!  Even skeptics, scoffers and trolls will benefit because you’ll have new perspectives to debate.  I highly recommend this book as well as the Alley’s classic Raincoast Sasquatch.  

Godspeed, loyal readers… 

Posted in 2021, AK, Book, Historical, In the News, J. Robert Alley, Researcher, Researcher, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Encounters Needed for Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC…

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All ages…  

As always, I hope everyone is doing fine and enjoying summer!  

Wow, June was a busy month, and I was still trying to recover from May when July happened.  Summer is like that sometimes.   

Anyway, new readers keep trickling in…  Welcome new fans!  I’m always happy to see the roll call expanding.  Thanks to all for your support!  

Mr. Stephen T. Majors of Extreme Expeditions Northwest is conducting some “northern” research and wants to hear from anyone who has information about the Nantiinaq (pronounced Nan-te-nuk) also known as the Hairy Man, activity north of Fairbanks.  Majors has a special project in mind and is looking for people who would be willing to share their encounters from Fairbanks to the Arctic Ocean. Contact Stephen at info@exnorthwest.com.   

Stephen T. Majors and In Search of the Port Chatham Hairy Man. (from Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC. Anon, 2021)

The Boreal Bigfoot Expo is shaping up quite well!  Lots of good stuff is coming your way!  And that includes the crew at Extreme Expeditions Northwest!  How cool is that??!!   Advance ticket sales are underway, save your spot here.    

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Memorial Day, 2021…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of all Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with each of you…

Happy Memorial Day to all…

Enjoy the weekend and the BBQ, but please remember all of the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to keep this country safe. 

News about the Boreal Bigfoot Expo is drawing attention and gaining popularity thanks to all of your support! If you’re interested, there is still time to become a sponsor or vendor

Also, Advanced Ticket sales have begun! Reserve your spot here!

Sasquatch Tracker continues to pick up new readers here and there. Welcome new readers and thank you to all for your support!

I recently visited the Bigfoot Art Gallery in Palmer, AK and had a great time speaking with owner RobRoy Menzies… I’ll be telling some more about my visit in later posts. In the meantime, if you’re in the area, I highly recommend a visit!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Attention Spring Bear Hunters…

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope everyone is doing fine.

Again, several new readers have signed up since the last post…  Welcome to all!

The Boreal Bigfoot Expo still has room for volunteers who would like to participate.  If you or your group would like to run a hands-on display, participate as a vendor or sponsor, click here for more information.

It’s spring bear baiting season in most of Alaska now and I want to remind all hunters to be extra attentive.  Be on the lookout for tracks, unexplained broken trees or structures that look like shelters, and tree rubs or scrapes that can’t be attributed to bears or other common animals.  Watch for any other type of sign that is out of the ordinary around your bait stations.

Not a Boreal Sasquatch…

If you carry a GPS, use it to mark your discoveries.  If you take photos, be sure to have something in the picture that shows the scale.  Cheap plastic rulers cut down to 6 inches work well and are easy enough to slip in a pocket or hunting bag. 

Be alert when the hunt is over too.  There are several reports in the database that describe Boreal Sasquatch stealing parts of game animals that were not packed out on the first trip.  Viscera is an excellent source of protein too that may be taken advantage of also.

If you find anything you wish to share or have me review, please contact me at admin@sasquatchtracker.com.  My privacy policy is that your personal information is not shared with third parties without your permission.  That means if I use any of your evidence, you will be credited as “Witness” unless you specify that I may use your name.

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope everyone is doing fine…

Happy Mother’s Day to All (human and sasquatch)…

None of us would be where we are without mothers… Thank you for all you do and all you have done…

The Boreal Bigfoot Expo tickets go on sale tomorrow… click here for details...

We still have spots left for vendors. If you or your group are interested, click here for more information…

Thanks to all for your continued support!!!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Mimicked Whistling at Seaton Recreation Area…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with all of you…

Don’t miss out… September 4th, 2021!!!
https://www.borealbigfootexpo.com/

The Boreal Bigfoot Expo is coming together nicely! We’re still looking for sponsors and we have lots of space left for vendors. If you or your organization think this might be a good event to be involved with, click here for details.

So… Yesterday afternoon a few members of my family and I went to a local recreational site to run our dogs… This is our story:

2021 / 01 / V – Seaton Recreation Area, AK

On 04/19/2021, at approximately 1440 hours local, Sasquatch Tracker M. Thompson and his family were at the Seaton Recreation Area near Mile 1234.7 of the Alaska Highway exercising their dogs in the driveway and parking area. Thompson was near his parked truck along the southern edge of the parking area while the rest of the family, including the dogs, were across the open parking area north of him. After about 15 minutes of exercising the dogs, Thompson whistled to his family and dogs to signal that it was time to depart. Thompson’s adult son (C. Thompson) heard the whistle being mimicked within seconds. The mimicked whistling originated from a wooded area on the north side of a clearing adjacent to a picnic shelter and public outhouse. C. Thompson stated it matched Sasquatch Tracker’s whistle both in tone and melody, and that it was not an echo. Deep and wet snow prevented searching the area off the driveway and parking area.

General notes: Both M. and C. Thompson have had previous experience with talking, whistling, and whooping noises being mimicked while working remotely approximately 9 miles from this site. Incidentally, the Seaton Recreation Area has been a winter research area for Sasquatch Tracker for several years. (Sasquatch Tracker, 2021).

It’s worth mentioning that we quickly loaded the dogs into the truck to avoid a possible confrontation. Also, I have visited this area multiple times per week from mid-November to just recently looking for caribou kill sites that could not be attributed to wolves and other known predators. I’m always looking for proof of an apex predator as well as an apex scavenger. I had more or less declared my winter study as being concluded due to lack of finding accessible kill sites, then this interaction occurs. Obviously there will be some follow up research to be conducted at Seaton’s…

Godspeed, loyal readers…

Posted in 2021, AK, Alaska Highway, Boreal Bigfoot Expo, new encounter, Other Behavior, Uncategorized, voices, Winter Research | 4 Comments

Abandoned, The History and Horror of Port Chatham, Alaska…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with each of you.

Welcome new readers!  Sasquatch Tracker continues to be picking up fans at a pretty steady rate.  Nothing wrong with that!  Thanks to all for your support!

Alright, let’s get to it… I just finished reading Larry “Beans” Baxter’s book:

ABANDONED: The History and Horror of Port Chatham, Alaska and I found it entertaining and inspiring! 

Baxter begins his book by describing an encounter he and his wife had near Sterling, AK, and follows up with a brief introduction about his personal background and how he became interested in Bigfoot.

Baxter then goes on to give a bit of history of Port Chatham, also known as Portlock, and discusses the establishment of a fish processing cannery and the employee housing.  He briefly talks about area’s natural resources by giving us a small look at the chromite and coal mining operations as well as the sawmills and logging businesses that took place nearby – all necessary background information for what is to happen next.

Baxter’s descriptions of the violence that took place is something right out of a good horror movie.  Having an ongoing interest Sasquatch violence, I was familiar with each of the encounters and even though I knew the fates of those who crossed paths with the Nantiinaq, I still caught myself hoping that the victims would somehow be able to escape.  I’d love to say more, but I don’t want to be the “spoiler”.

Baxter wraps things up by giving us some details and personal insights, including a handful of photographs, on the two trips to the area he was on with Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC. 

Baxter’s writing style flows wonderfully, and it will definitely capture your attention.  He presents the right amount of area history while recounting the horrific tales of Nantiinaq violence.  The combination of his personal experiences along with the insights surrounding the two expeditions makes this an easy to read and enjoyable book.

You can order this awesome book directly from Baxter’s website: www.alasquatchpodcast.com.  

Bottom line and final verdict: two thumbs up!   

Godspeed, loyal readers…

Posted in 2021, AK, Historical, Kenai Bigfoot Research Group, Kenia Area, Kenia Area, Port Chatham, Researcher, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Looking for Your Cryptid Photos…

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages!

Happy Spring to All!  I hope everyone is fine…

The Boreal Bigfoot Expo is seeking your photos for that will be used as part of a special display at the expo.  It’s not limited to just Bigfoot, we’re looking for any cryptid photo you may have…

Thunderbirds?  Otter-man?  Dire Wolves?  Bear-dogs?  Wendigo?  True Giants?  Tcetin?  Adlets?  You bet!  We’ll look at all of them!

We are looking for photos of evidence as well…  Tracks, tree structures, broken or twisted trees, unexplained kill sites?  You name it, if you think it’s possible evidence of cryptid activity, send it in!

 

 

Godspeed, loyal readers…

 

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