22 - 25, 2009
This will be the second BFRO expedition to the interior of British
Columbia (i.e. away from the coast).
This part of British Columbia has the longest modern documented
history of incidents anywhere in the North America. Much of that
documentation was gathered and published by the original chronicler
of sasquatch sightings and evidence in North America -- retired
newspaper journalist John Green.
One of Canada's greatest living treasures,
journalist/writer John Willison Green (author of the first major
book on the subject "Sasquatch:
The Apes Among Us") lives near this area and actually
spent one afternoon with the expedition group in 2008. With any
luck he will also make an appearance at the 2009 expedition as
This area is accessible to most types of vehicles. It's also within
30 minutes of fuel and services. Most of Interior BC is a logistical
strain. This location is not.
The location is near the U.S. border, and less than a day's drive
BC investigator Darcy Stoffregen organized the 2008 expedition
and will be organzing the 2009 trip as well.
If you are not a BFRO member, but you are interested in attending
this expedition, please read the Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ) page, and general info about BFRO