Chandalar River, AK Encounter…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Spring is here and so is the shin deep mud…  Spring is awesome.  Mud, not so much.  Enough said.

Jessie Desmond, artist, author and former editor of the Alaska Paranormal Network Quarterly, contacted Sasquatch Tracker and related that one of her mother’s friends has had ongoing Boreal Sasquatch encounters while hunting.

The witness is from Venetie, AK (N 67°3’20” X W 146°24’58”).  One such encounter, according to the witness, took place while day hunting via boat on the East Fork Chandalar River (a tributary of the Yukon River).  He and his hunting party had gone a shore to hike around.  While hiking, he and other members of the party eventually found themselves on a ridge.  From the ridge, they were able to observe a Sasquatch.  They called it “quits” for the day and then returned to Venetie.  (No other details at this time.)

Chandalar River

Chandalar River Valley.  (N.D. Public Domain Image).

The Chandalar River is called “Teedriinjik” and the tributaries are called “Ch’idriinkjik” in Athabascan.  Any of the forks of the Chandalar River would be the perfect environment to support multiple Boreal Sasquatch.

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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Boreal Sasquatch Brotherhood…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with all of you.  I want to welcome all the new followers too!  I am happy to have you join the ranks of the loyal readers!

So let’s get to it…

I have a couple of investigations pending.  The first investigation is regarding a hostile Sasquatch in the Anchorage area.  It’s kind of an unique encounter and it’s taking me a bit of time to sift through things, get landmarks mapped out and decide the best way to pursue it.  I will be in the Anchorage area later this summer and will be visiting the site to collect any evidence.  Of course, I will keep all of you updated as things unfold.

My second investigation involves two people having a vocal interaction at an area campground.  A few “whoops” were exchanged.  I have been reviewing the audio file the witness sent me and as of now, I am convinced it is not a fox, coyote or wolf returning a call.  Yes, I’ll update as I get further into the investigation as well.

Okay then…  There’s a new shirt design for this spring!  (Click on the design to connect to the shop!)

Brotherhood

If you have a head, I know this shirt design will look good on the body below it!  I will be using the income from the shirt sales to purchase new equipment or to upgrade some of my research gear, so thanks to all in advance!

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

 

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Boreal Sasquatch Interview Link…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Wow!!!  Thank you to everyone for tuning into the Boreal Sasqutch Interview last night…  Quite a sucessful event and lots of good quesions!!!  I see I picked up a few new followers to the blog too, welcome new readers!

If you missed the interview and you want to listen, here is the link:

Spaced Out Radio YouTube

Thanks again to all!

Godspeed, loyal readers… Patch for web

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Going live in about an hour… Join Us!

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

Just a reminder to tune in tonight at 8 PM Alaska,  9 PM Pacific as Sasquatch Tracker meets with Host Dave Scott of Spaced Out Radio for a discussion on the Alaskan Boreal Sasquatch!

Here are the links:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpacedOutRadio – Use #SpacedOutRadio during show for live chat
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpacedOutRadioShow for the show page
Spaced Out Radio Link
Join us…!!!
Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web
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Live Links to Spaced Out Radio Interview March 7th @ 8PM Alaska / 9PM Pacific

Hello again Saquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope everyone is doing fine…

As promised, here are the live links to Sasquatch Tracker’s upcoming interview on Spaced Out Radio:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpacedOutRadio –  Please use #SpacedOutRadio during show for live chat.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpacedOutRadioShow for the Spaced Out Radio show page.
Based on your incoming emails, quite a bit of interest has been generated around this interview.  Thanks for support!
Be sure to tune in on Thursday, March 7th at 8 PM Alaska / 9 PM Pacific!!!
Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web
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Sasquatch Tracker on Spaced Out Radio…

Hello agan Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I hope all is well with all of you…

I have a special announcement today.  Sasquatch Tracker was recently contacted by Spaced Out Radio Host Dave Scott for an interview and discussion.  That’s right, I’ll be talking about our buddy, the Boreal Sasquatch, on the evening of March 7th at 8 PM Alaska / 9 PM Pacific…

Spaced Out Radio

I was told this will be about 2.5 hours and that followers will be able to ask questions via the chat rooms while the interview is in progress…

Please tune in and be sure to ask questions!  I’ll be posting a reminder with hyper links to twitter, instagram, facebook and spreaker in a couple of days.

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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Recent Tree Knocking Incident…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

I have a report of tree knocking to share with you today:

 

2019 / 01 / O – Desper Creek, AK

On February 19, 2019 at 0245 hours, the reporting witness awoke to the family’s three dogs whining to go outside.  The witness explained that it was a normal thing for the dogs to want to go out during the night for a “potty break”.  Each dog would usually go outside one at a time on a retractable leash while the witness would stand just inside the back door of the house.  The male dog went out first and he immediately alerted to something near Desper Creek (which runs through the property) approximately 225 yards from the door.  The witness stated that the dog’s hackles were up and he was on guard as they both heard four distinct and evenly spaced knocks coming from the creek area.  As the dog retreated to the house, the witness put the retractable leash on the next dog.  The second dog seemed “oblivious” to what had happened seconds before.  As the third dog went out, it turned its nose towards the creek and behaved nervously.  While the other dogs were out, the male dog went to the living room and was nervously pacing and “woofing” as he glanced out the window in the direction of the creek.  (The living room is on the creek side of the house.) His nervous behavior spooked the other dogs and they quickly joined in scanning the area through the window and emitting nervous “woofing” barks.  This continued for some time and eventually all of the dogs calmed down.  The witness was unsure of the exact location along the creek where the knocks had come from.

Desper Creek

Summer photo of Desper Creek near 2019 / 01 / O Tree Knocking Incident.  (USFWS, 2008). 

INVESTIGATIVE NOTES: A search of the area was conducted.  No tracks or other physical evidence was located, however due to deep snow, the search was limited to areas that could be seen from an access road.  Incidentally, the Sasquatch Tracker database contains other reports of activity within 4 miles of  this incident.  Sasquatch Tracker, 2019.

 

 

Tree knocking seems to be a normal way of communication among Boreal Sasquatch.  From what I can tell after examining several reports is that tree knocking is a general form of communication used to locate each other.  Tree knocking also seems to be a security alarm of sorts.  Think of a Boreal Sasquatch sitting on a ridge and seeing a possible threat approaching and sounding the “alram” to others to be ready to head out to avoid problems. Of course there are many other possibilities here.   I am interested in hearing the opinions of my loyal readers about tree knocking, so please sound off in the comments section below!

On a side note here, please continue your support for Sasquatch Tracker Associate Larry “Beans” Baxter and his Kenai Bigfoot Research Group…  Kenai Bigfoot Research Group

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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President’s Day and Elder Believers…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Well, Happy President’s Day!  It doesn’t matter if you love him or hate him…  He’s still the president and it’s still a holiday.  Holidays are always good, so go enjoy the day with a hike in the woods looking for Sasquatch…

So, according to the AARP, only about 22 percent of adults between 18 and 29 years of age think there is an actual hairy hominid living in the Pacific Northwest.  Not too shocking…  What really floored me was that only 12 percent of people over 65 years old believed.

I’m not over 65 years old, but I am definitely older than 29 and I believe 100 percent.  I’m not planning to lose 88 percent of my belief on my 65th birthday so I guess I’ll be exempt.  My advice to all of you is to keep on believing and to help others get some “belief”…

Elder Belief

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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Upcoming CHAMPIONSHIP Fight…

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

It’s been sort of busy week for me so I have to wrap it up with a bit of humor:

Phil vs Vortex

Godspeed, loyal readers… Patch for web

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Vocalizations in Clam Gulch, Alaska…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

I want to share with all of you the last encounter of 2018 to be reported to Sasquatch Tracker.  Sasquatch Tracker associate Larry “Beans” Baxter of the Kenia Bigfoot Research Group passed this along to me via email:

vocalization in clam gulchOn December 30, 2018, at approximately 17:30-17:45 hours local: A man playing with his family dogs outside makes “grunting-growling” sounds to interact with his Great Dane and has his sounds mimicked.  The man’s wife explained that he suddenly ran into the house “screaming” for a flashlight.  With flashlight in hand, he returned outside to investigate.  The woman then hears all the dogs in the area “going nuts” and asks him for an explanation.  The man tells her that while playing and making the sounds, something mimicked him exactly but “it was deeper toned and about 50-100 yards from the house!”  The woman stated, “Our Great Dane is around 155 lbs. and not afraid of anything…” but in this case, “she had her hackles up [while] sniffing the air and whining like crazy.”   The woman mentioned being familiar with moose and bears that had been on the property before, but did not think it was either, especially with …”bears in hibernation right now.”  The woman stated she was “fairly new to Alaska” and had a previous sighting in Washington State during 2008.

NOTES:  The Boreal Sasquatch ability to mimic animal and human sounds has been reported before to Sasquatch Tracker.  Clam Gulch, AK is located at N60°13’40” X W151°23’38” on the eastern shore of Cook Inlet.

In follow up email conversation,  Beans reported the witness checked the surrounding area later for tracks but didn’t find anything.  The witness admitted that she was not 100% sure that the correct area was checked (as in it was difficult to determine the exact direction of the vocalization during the evening compared to the area during daylight) but promised to contact Beans if anything further developed.

This is of particular interest to Sasquatch Tracker because I’m in what is best described as a “pre-research phase” right now.  I have been concentrating, formulating and sort of guessing about the best way to attempt a vocalization contact / interaction with a local Upper Tanana Boreal Sasquatch.  More information to follow…

Godspeed, loyal readers…   Patch for web

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