Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 27th, 2007
The representation of an almasty based on some eyewitness reports.
Everyone is talking about the new video out of British Columbia. Even “Page Six.” Here’s a snippet from today’s Canadian version of the gossip column:
A new video has hit the web showing two brothers being caught off-guard by a dark humanoid creature in a forest near Tofino, B.C. Was it a Sasquatch? Was there any Kokanee nearby? The sightings still happen year after year. Fact or fiction? Page Six was out and about to ask folks if they believe there are Sasquatches e-like creatures — roaming undetected throughout the vast forests of Canada and the U.S.
Den William, 38: “Fiction. They’re really just a bunch of hairy girls from Nelson.”
Chloe Bennett, 23: “Not real. You gotta see ‘em to believe it and I’ve never seen one.”
Dave Bennett, 38: “Absolutely real. There’s millions of acres and lots of sightings. They’re still hard to find, there’s so much territory.”
Mark Miller, 37: “Fact. There’s a guy in Idaho who recently came up with a bunch of scientific evidence saying there’s something out there. It wouldn’t be the first time science said something wasn’t true when it was.”
Tyler Sedgwick, 36: “Yes. Man might have been an extension of this. We might have evolved from larger beasts.”
Crystal Sedgwick, 32: “Yes. I just want to believe something different is out there. Anything is possible.”
Louise Rough, 33: “It’s a possibility. It’s the unknown and anything is possible. There’s an element of mystery to it.”
Karen Harvich, 43: “Real. It may be the last remnants of a pre-historic man or an ape. We like those stories. Why the heck not believe it?” Chris Gerristen, Page Six, Calgary Sun, March 27, 2007