The End is Near…


New Year 2019

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Can you believe it?  The end of 2018 is near!

It was quite a year for Sasquatch Tracker.

Thanks to everyone for your on-going support!

Sasquatch Tracker wishes everyone happiness and success in all of your endeavors!


Godspeed, loyal readers…  Patch for web



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Christmas, 2018

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I hope all is well with each of you!!!  Enjoy the season!!!

Christmas 2018

Godspeed, loyal readers…  Patch for web

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Thanksgiving, 2018

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Well, Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  And if you don’t do Thanksgiving, I’ll just say Happy 4th Thursday of November to you…

Like I tell you loyal readers every year, be nice to each other, fake it if you have to.  It’s better to argue about Bigfoot than politics while your family and friends are gathered around the dinner table.

My mother used to say, “If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all.”  Hmm, that is pretty good advice.  However, Sasquatch Tracker says if you have nothing nice to say and you just can’t fake being nice, then sneak off into a back room of the house that has a television and watch a football game or a really cool Chuck Norris movie you haven’t seen in a few years…

Last year’s advice still applies to this year’s Black Friday: Pack some sort of turkey leftover food item in your rucksack and take a hike in the woods looking for Sasquatch instead of being trampled and molested during some Black Friday sale.

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Veterans Day, 2018

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Veterans Day 2018

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Sasquatch Tracker @ the 2018 Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar

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Here’s the information on the Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar mentioned in the last post:

Tok-A-Tan 2018

The Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar features the handmade arts and crafts of local artists along with some awesome homemade cakes, cookies, pies, breads and more.  Please come and support the Tok area community!

Of course, everyone is invited to stop by the Sasquatch Tracker table and introduce themselves and share their encounters!  I’m giving away a Sasquatch Track casting so be sure to sign up for your free chance to win!  Come early or bring your own chair!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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“Beans” Baxter @ the Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup

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

I have an announcement today!  Sasquatch Tracker Associate Larry “Beans” Baxter of the Kenia Bigfoot Research Group will be attending as well as presenting at the 2018 Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup.

Sasquatch Roundup

Image: Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC, 2018

The event will be December 21st and 22nd and held at the Mirabeau Park Hotel and Convention Center in Spokane Valley, WA.  Be sure to click the hyperlink or the photo above for more details.

So how cool is that?  Sasquatch Tracker encourages everyone who is able, to attend and show their support for “Beans”!  The Spokane Valley area holds quite a few memories for me.  I spent a few years there conducting research about an hour’s drive away as a younger version of myself.

In other news: I will be attending the Tok-A-Tan Bazzar in Tok, AK on the 17th, and as always, I am inviting all to stop by the table and introduce yourselves and share your Boreal Sasquatch encounters.  Also be sure to enter for your chance to win a replica Sasquatch track casting!  (I’ll be posting more information about the bazzar soon.)

Godspeed, loyal readers…


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GILA Student Has Daytime Sighting Along Yukon River in Galena, AK…

Patch for webHello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages!

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

Winter is here.  I have snow on the ground and daytime temperatures in the low teens.  Nighttime temperatures are always below zero now and the daylight is shorter and shorter every day.

I have a new encounter to share with all of you.  This one is of particular interest because it is a daytime sighting near an established community.

At approximately 12:25 PM on October 22, 2018, a student at Galena Interior Learning Academy (in Galena, AK, N64°44’26” x W156°53’80”) was on a bus traveling to the Sidney C. Huntington High School.  The student looked out the window and saw what he thought was a man on a sand bar on the south side of the Yukon River.  Intrigued, he continued observation of the figure and suddenly realized that it was not human.  The witness described it as being all black and having a cone shaped head.  He further described it as “…the creature seemed to be squatting.”


Approximate location of daytime sighting in Galena, AK (SasquatchTracker, 2018).


Follow up investigation with the student revealed that he considered the possibility that he was looking at a log (driftwood) or some other debris because upon his initial observation, the object was stationary.   However, he was able to quickly rule that possibility out when he looked back towards the “object” and saw that it was no longer there.

Yukon River

Yukon River, Alaska (Public Domain Image, SasquatchTracker, 2018).

Further follow up discussion with the witness showed that he believed he was within 1700 feet at the time of the sighting.  (Distance was calculated via Google Earth.)  He estimated his sighting lasted an estimated 3-5 seconds. The sighting occurred on a sandbar on the northern bank of an island on the southern side of the river.  Most of the time the sandbar is under water.  When this sighting occurred, the water level in the Yukon River was low enough to expose the sandbar.

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Call for Evidence, Encounters, etc.

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I hope all is well with everyone…

This is a call to anyone who would be willing to share any Sasquatch / Bigfoot evidence…

Occasionally, Sasquatch Tracker is contacted by other Sasquatch / Bigfoot investigators and the members of the media seeking information about various encounters in the Sasquatch Tracker database.

Line Producer Mike Parkes of Wild Dream Films ( based in the United Kingdom is researching the possibility of a series based on strange happenings that have occurred in Alaska.  He asked for help with physical evidence surrounding Bigfoot encounters.  He is seeking audio recordings, videos, photographs, track data, hair and any other physical evidence. Anything provided would be of help to Mr. Parkes.

As many of you know, it is Sasquatch Tracker’s policy to never reveal any of your personal information to anyone outside of Sasquatch Tracker unless you give explicit permission.  If anyone has any evidence to share or would like to share their encounter with Wild Dream Films, please contact me at and enter “Wild Dream Films” on the subject line so I can find it easier in case my system believes it is a spam message.

Godspeed, loyal readers…



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2018 Fall Research Area…

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

Tomorrow I depart for my fall research area.  This year’s area is along the Taylor Highway between Tok and Eagle, Alaska as well as the Top of the World Highway from Jack Wade Junction to Boundary, Alaska.  I will be gone for almost two weeks!  You can’t beat that with a stick!!!  I have been to this area several times before so I am pretty familiar with it, yet I’m still very excited to be going back and being in the field doing some solid hands-on research…

My research objectives are to establish an observation point with favorable topographical features and environmental factors.  That’s fancy talk for a high point overlooking a suitable valley with a water and food source.  I have a couple of pieces of equipment I will be testing this fall and a new method of collecting hair samples.  I will be searching river and creek bottoms, along established game trails and the shoulders of the highway for tracks, of course!  (Yes, tracking is what a tracker does just in case you haven’t figured that one out…)

I hope to be able to conduct some interviews with the local population too.  This area is in the heart of the 40 Mile Mining District and local gold prospectors and workers are usually a good source of testimony.  Almost every miner I have talked with in the past has a tale of something big and powerful lurking about their claims as well as accounts of vandalism that would require more strength than a grizzly bear.  I have one report of rock throwing and howling that I will be following up on with a site visitation too!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Moose Pass Area Track Discovery

Patch for web  Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I hope all is well…

Just a quick post to let you know of a track discovery that occured about a year ago in the Moose Pass area:

2016 / 06 / T – Moose Pass, AK.

Hiker discovers tracks on the shore of Upper Trail Lake in Moose Pass area. Reported via email, the witness described finding tracks around the 26th of September 2016 in the late afternoon. Witness stated he discovered a single left foot print 16.5 inches in length by roughly 8 to 8.5 inches in width at the ball of the foot. The track tapered down to 4.5 – 5 inches across the heel section and clear toe impressions were observed. Witness believed the track appeared “about a day old and was right next to the edge of the waterline of the lake shore.”  Witness also stated seeing the rough outlines of other tracks in the water for a distance of about 10 yards and estimated tracks were 5 – 6 feet apart. Sasquatch Tracker, 2016.

Sasquatch Tracker notes:  No photograph was taken, the witness did not have a camera on his person at the time of the discovery.  Visable tracks leading into the water and spanning an estimated distance of 30 feet supports the claim of the tracks being relatively fresh.  The witness stated he could see the rough outline so there was some erosion due to movement, displacement of water as the foot struck the bottom surface or from wave action.

Godspeed, loyal readers…


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