Geographical Index > United States > Washington > Mason County > Report # 45423|
Submitted by witness on Sunday, June 15, 2014.
Memory told of seeing two sasquatches by a river west of Union
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COUNTY: Mason County
NEAREST TOWN: Union
NEAREST ROAD: 101
OBSERVED: About 12 years ago Carla, Cindy and myself, Brian, took a road trip to Brown creek, in Washington state. Went down a dirt road to the end where it met the river. I (Brian) went fishing going down steam while Carla and Cindy walked up river, I walked around a bend I saw a big tree that looked like lightning hit it, but while looking at it better, steam was coming off it, then the top foot and a half turned slowly to where I saw the whites of its eyes, his hair looked like bark, he was squatting, sitting on it heals with knees to its chest, it really looked like a tree broken off. A little one, a 6 footer, jumped over some rocks and logs and was gone, the big one sitting on its heels was 7-to 8 foot, 3-4 feet wide, It was not scared of me, I ran up river to find the girls, found them and said I wanted to show them something weird, as us three went back, sure enough it was still there. The top turned again looking at us all, approx 25 yards away, we ran as fast as we could to the van in which you could see where this happened but nothing was there. I won't go back without protection.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: sunny nice day 12 to 1-o;clock noonish
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Ghee Bouche':
I spoke with Carla and Brian about their incident. He was drawn to the sighting of the individuals they saw, due to the steam rising off the fur of the largest subject as it was squatting near the North Fork Skokomish River, maintaining its position until they retreated to their vehicle to leave. Upon leaving they were able to see the location from the road they drove out on, and could no longer see the larger individual where they had previously spotted it. This location has been very active with Sasquatch sightings over the years.
About BFRO Investigator Ghee Bouche':
An avid back country hiker and outdoors man, Ghee Bouche' has experienced Sasquatch behavior and worked with expeditions in the northwest to collect data on this species for their future protection and increased cultural awareness. He is the author of "The Night Tribe" and co-lead in the 2013 BFRO expedition of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state.