Sasquatch sighting in Chilliwack
This is what we know: it was 7-feet tall, had super long arms, was covered in black hair, and had a mid-tarsal break in its feet.
It's funny that a sasquatch expert said the description given by the witness was "too accurate to be a hoax." Hmmm...so if I give a really, really detailed description of a flying unicorn, my account's automatically bulletproof?
A seven-foot Sasquatch has been spotted near Chilliwack, a witness says.
And two local Sasquatch hunters are convinced the sighting, reported last month on Mount Cheam, is the real deal.
“This was a legitimate sighting, not a bear, not a deer or anything else,” said Bill Miller, a full-time Sasquatch hunter who lives in Harrison Hot Springs.
The Sasquatch was sighted on June 19 at 2 a.m. when a husband and wife were travelling down the mountain after watching the city lights from a lookout point. The wife was busy fiddling with CDs when the creature crossed in front of them.
“He grabbed his wife’s arm and said ‘did you see that guy cross the road?,’” said Tom Steenburg, a Sasquatch hunter and Big Foot author, who interviewed the couple two days after the sighting.
“His wife started asking him questions, like what was he wearing. He said that he wasn’t wearing anything, he was just really hairy. She asked how tall he was. He just said that he was really big. Finally she asked, was it the Sasquatch? No, he replied. It couldn’t have been, there’s no such thing as the Sasquatch.”
The man who saw the figure described it as having “long arms, down to his knees,” a “very heavy, big upper body,” a “thin waist,” a “flat stomach,” and no neck, “just kind of a head.”
He compared it to being “big like a wrestler, flexing its back and chest.” He also said it was about seven feet tall, covered in black hair, and walked on two legs.
Along with the footprints, Miller pointed out that the description the man provided was too accurate to be a joke. He also ruled out the possibility of the man playing a prank on himself and Steenburg, saying that he had no motive.
The man who reported the sighting, an avid hunter, wishes to remain anonymous.