Sunday, August 19, 2012

'Sasquatch Watch' researcher keeps on looking
Billings Gazette
After years of working in the field and investigating reported bigfoot encounters by others, Wilson has been rewarded with seeing a few likely footprints and hearing what he thinks was the howl of a sasquatch. Also, he said, "we've had rocks thrown at ...
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