Mad River Sasquatch Study Group
NOTE: The photos and depictions on this page were not taken by our group and we cannot attest to their authenticity. We have used them to show the different characteristics of the Sasquatch.
There are a great many descriptions and names for the creature. They are known as Bigfoot, Yeti, Sasquatch, Wild Man, Skunk Ape, Grassman, and many more. They are described as Red, Brown, Black, White, Gray ,Silver, and the list goes on. So is it possible that there are different species? In theory, reports would seem to suggest that. It is also possible that like the Coyote they simply exist in different sizes and colors. Throughout the vast number of reports other characteristics can also be found such as, glowing red eyes, three and five toed feet. Some reports seem to suggest that they are connected to paranormal behaviour. Able to communicate through telepathy and simply disappear into thin air. They are linked to making several different sounds, with some reports even having them posessing the ability to speak. Most researchers believe that they are a primate. While others believe they are in fact a primitive human that has survived the test of time. One could easily conclude that different species of the creature do exist. By the same token, the conclusion could be reached that the differences are merely a result of folklore based on different regions and beliefs.
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Page Two: Where Are They?
Page Three: What Have You Found?
Page Four: Are There Different Species of Sasqauatch?
Page Five: Who Are We?
Page Six: Are They Gorillas?
Page Seven: Strange But True
Page Eight: Real or Not
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