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Friday, January 29, 2016

From Our Archive Section

 Number 109


In August of 2014, a team of researchers spent over a month along Garage Creek and Lost Creek deep in the forests east of Coquille. There was a team of five of us and we camped throughout the forest in order to attempt establishing observation points. Our intent was to observe and record any evidence of Sasquatch. We spent over 6 weeks in the forest and established our observation points, which we will keep confidential at this point.

We recorded no evidence until September, at the very end of our time in the forest. We were breaking down camp early in the morning, preparing to leave the area with the intent to return in the spring of 2015. We were camping around extremely large trees and something kept shaking the trees from a high location. We looked up and tried to determine what was causing the trees to shake from such a high location. The wind was not blowing and the air was calm. 

Finally, one of our researchers saw the cause of the shaking through her binoculars. “I see it! There are 2 high up in the trees! We found them! We found them!” she shouted in a whisper, trying to contain her excitement. High up in the trees were two very large sasquatchs swaying and staring down at us.
It was if we were watching them in slow motion-the experience was so surreal. 

We observed them as quietly as we could. They both stayed very still for what seemed like an hour, glaring at us. Finally they leaped effortless to nearby trees. They leaped from massive tree to massive tree and escaped our view. We attempted to follow them, but we very quickly lost track of them. We have members of our group who have theorized these animals spend time in the trees, but we can now confirm their theories correct.

We will be returning to our observation points in 2015 with a new mode of research, given this new information about this majestic animal.

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