Posted by: John Kirk on March 6th, 2007
Possible new sasquatch tracks have been found and photographed in southwest British Columbia. The location is a mere 45 minute drive from downtown Vancouver.
Things in British Columbia are beginning to heat up with the pre-spring thaw currently taking place. It is distinctly possible that the sasquatch population is moving closer to human habitation in search of food.
The photos and story behind them can be seen at the Westcoast Sasquatch website forum. The site was created by Ken Kristian and Gerry Matthews and is a repository of the activities of British Columbia groups such as Westcoast Sasquatch, the BCSCC and independent investigators such as Tom Steenburg and John Green.
Click here to read the story and see the photos. Post your comments here for all to share.