Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 30th, 2006
Word-of-mouth news is coming out of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota that there’s been at least a couple new sightings of Sasquatch there. None of these have been reported in the local or national media.
Reports in late July 2006, tell of police responding to sightings of a large individual (like Bigfoot) peering in windows. One officer saw the thing himself near a creek and wanted a camera to take a photograph, but no camera was available.
Then on July 28, 2006, another report of a large individual (like Bigfoot) is heard on a police scanner, peering once again in the windows of the same buildings, around 11:30 pm. The officer interviewed the reporting party, and was told the creature’s head was even with the gutter of the building. There appears to still be activity in the Pine Ridge Reservation area as I type these words.
Thanks to Donovan Lone Hill, a resident of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, for bringing this breaking news to my attention.
The region has a long tradition of Bigfoot encounters. In recent years, since the mid-1990s, this Oglala band of the Lakota Sioux area has been visited by at least one specific Bigfoot, said to be seven to nine feet tall, with footprints measuring 18 inches long and 7 inches wide. It walks upright with a slight bend in its back.
Among the Lakota, the Sasquatch is called “Chiye-tanka” or “The Big Man.”