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Sasquatch Sighting on Vancouver Island?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 6th, 2014

Purported Sasquatch tracks found on Vancouver Island

Interesting and credible sighting by First Nations fisheries officer… ~ Jeff Meldrum

Purported Sasquatch tracks found on Vancouver Island | CTV Vancouver News.

Watch the video at the above link, it’s not currently embeddable.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.


7 Responses to “Sasquatch Sighting on Vancouver Island?”

  1. dconstrukt responds:

    wow

    really interesting.

    interesting he was able to judge specific height while in a boat somewhat at a distance… not sure how far he was exactly, but he must have gotten a REAL solid look to know these details.

    doesn’t sound like BS, but without concrete evidence of what he saw, you have to blindly accept it. but it seems legit to me. (obviously, i’d ideally like concrete evidence we can see, and study)

    there seems to be a lot of sightings on that island.

    if someone was going to look for a bigfoot, that might be a good spot because its an island, so it contains a smaller amount of area to canvas, plus the bigfoot(s) are there, but can’t swim off the island (making an assumption here)

    would be interesting to cross reference known sightings on the island, with time of year, weather patterns, food patterns, animal patterns.

    if you had access to this data and could map it out, i bet you’d find some very interesting patterns. :-)

  2. cryptokellie responds:

    Why wouldn’t a Bigfoot swim off the island? Vancouver Island is very close the mainland and along the Discovery Passage is almost interconnected to many smaller islets through a maze of narrows, some under well under 600 meters in breadth. There exist a wide range of mammal species including the Roosevelt Elk and Vancouver Island Wolf, mountain lions and black bears. While I agree that the above sighting report is just what you make of it without any evidence to back it up, I don’t see any reason why Bigfoot couldn’t leave Vancouver Island and get to the nearby mainland. Apes do not normally choose to swim but they can and have been video taped swimming. If one takes the assumption that Bigfoot is something close to a human (confirmed water lovers) in general aspect, what would stop them from moving between the islands and the mainland if they wanted or had to.

  3. dconstrukt responds:

    heres why: its all nonsense until you can prove your position.

    can you?

    I mean anyone can say anything without the proof to back it up.

    ya, they might swim, heck dude… they might even teleport.

    I can’t back that up either.

    Animals have been video taped swimming there, bigfoots?

    show me any video, photo or proof of a bigfoot first, then show me one that has it swimming…

    then you’ve proven your point.

    until then, its just nonsense talk.

    I deal with facts and proof, not talk that can’t be backed up. :-)

  4. cryptokellie responds:

    dconstukt;
    I’m not trying to prove any point. You deal with this point. I never said that Bigfoot actually are or have been seen swimming anywhere. I merely stated that the distances between Vancouver Island and the mainland are short and since Bigfoot is reportedly more human-like than simian, and apes have been video-taped swimming so the idea of a Bigfoot swimming the relatively short waterways to and from the mainland, like all the other large mammals that exist on Vancouver Island do, is a possibility – if they exist. I am 50/50 at best on the actual existence of Bigfoot and I’ve been following the story for over 50 years.
    Hone up on your reading skills and turn down your assumptive ones. You might like to brush up on your punctuation and sentence structure too.

  5. dconstrukt responds:

    my bad… my comments when re-read seemed a bit negative towards ya… totally wasn’t intended :-)

    I think if you were gonna look, since its an island, its probably easier to find something on a smaller piece of land (island) vs going deep into the forrest that seemingly never ends.

    my sentence structure is fine and punctuation is as well.

    I earn a very high income writing copy, doubt my writing is an issue :-)

  6. cryptokellie responds:

    deconstrukt:
    No worries.
    I’m glad someone’s earning a high income these days considering…

  7. dconstrukt responds:

    lots of opportunities out there.

    a blog like this for example, done right, can make a good amount of money.

    If you think about it, its just a person writing and doing something they love and are interested in anyways, but now you can make a good living at it.



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