I had a sighting on April 24 2018 at 8:00 am near Lake Errock. I was driving East on Lougheed Highway between Beaudry road and Harrison Bay road. On the left-hand side, I saw movement and saw the back, head and shoulders of the Sasquatch walking in the trees. I then saw it in full side profile, as I drove along, coming from the tree line to cross someone's side yard to get behind a fence attached to the side of the house. The Sasquatch was huge walking hunched and with bent knees and was dark brown from head to foot. I was fixated on the size of the right thigh. The weather was clear sky and bright sunshine. I went back at 5:30 pm and took pictures of the area. I have family who live in this area so I drive this section of the Highway frequently.
One picture is a bird view of area identified by a red arrow the other picture is my attempt to re-create what I saw.
Thanks for posting your sighting, Hugh. Please contact Thomas Steenburg through this forum, he would be very glad to hear from you, and to add your sighting to his database. I've sent you a PM with his contact info.
Thank you, Hugh, for meeting with us today at the beautiful setting you chose. Thomas will add your story to his website, suitably edited for privacy, of course, in the near future. We did stop and talk to both the owner of the property, and the resident tenant on the site. Both were most accommodating in allowing us to tramp about the place, but since the lot had been mowed and large branches piled in the area, no physical evidence was located.
Do stay in touch, either here, or through Thomas, as you see fit, while processing your new understanding of the BC woods.
Post by westerncanadian on May 19, 2018 23:20:32 GMT -5
Really appreciate Hugh's post. Thanks to Thomas and the others for following up. I read the report on Thomas' website and was pleased to see the amount of detail.
Those who do not learn from the errors of history are doomed to repeat them - George Santayana.
Westerncanadian is a law enforcement professional who enjoys the investigative and critical thinking components of sasquatchery.