Thomas Steenburg has one more possible Sasquatch video that was shot by people from England on vacation above (east) of Agassiz near the Herrling Island exit off of Highway 1. The footage shows a tall, dark (something) creature or very big man dressed in black walking in a farmer's field close to the shores of the Fraser River.
The last time I was over at Thomas's house we ran the video a few dozen times stopping it at exactly the frames featuring the possible sasquatch and I must say it looked convincing to me. However, the footage that shows the possible sasquatch is simply too short to make a positive identification one way or the other.
Thomas had the film footage analysed at a university in Alberta (I believe) and they concluded that there was a large, dark, bipedal, upright creature on the film but little in the footage to make size comparisons from.
Hey GC, the next time we go over to Thomas's for coffee we'll have to get him to throw the above-mentioned tape on his VCR instead of the one hour loop of Patty.
LOL! Not the loop!!!! Yes, I know the tape you are talking about. It was shot up by Seabird Island going through the reserve. I had forgotten about that one..mainly because it was rather inconclusive.
Thomas has "another" tape besides the one from Seabird Island. The video I spoke of above was shot on the south side of the Fraser River. I believe the Seabird Island tape was taken on the north side of the Fraser River.
Thomas told me that at one time he did have the master copy of the video (this was the copy analysed by the university in Alberta) but now has a second generation copy.
Just got off the phone with Thomas Steenburg and I asked him about the video mentioned above.
Apparently, the video is called (by Thomas at least) the Wayne Oliver video, and was taken by English tourists on vacation. It was shot off of Trans-Canada Hwy. (Hyw. 1) on the south side of the Fraser River near the north foot of Peter's Road, close to Herrling Island.
The video footage does show a tall, dark creature or very big man dressed in black walking rapidly close to the shores of the Fraser River.
Thomas had the film footage analysed at a University of Calgary, and they had concluded that there was a large, dark, bipedal, upright creature on the several frames in film but there was little in the footage to make size comparisons from.