While investigation a Bigfoot sighting report near the town of Meckenna, WA, a BFRO investigator learned about a gift exchange between a mountain man and a sasquatch. Read the excerpt below:
This witness has had many other possible sasquatch encounters. He is a horseman, and likes to spend a lot of time riding and camping alone in the Tatoosh Mountains south of Mt. Rainier. I mentioned that sasquatchs are often known to exchange gifts if offerings are left out. When I said this, he was momentarily shaken as he remembered something that happened many years ago while in the Tatoosh Mountains. He had realized that something that he thought might be a bigfoot creature was hanging around his camp. He could tell what kind of animal was around by observing his horse, as it reacted differently to each. So, he left a gift of honey outside his camp. When he checked the next morning the honey was gone, and he found in that spot the back half of a very old native-American arrow. He said that it was not there before. It was only now that he realized that it was a gift exchange.
In my opinion, this witness and his son were lucky enough to be checked out by a sasquatch and also to see one across the lake. It is not certain whether it was the same sasquatch that was behind them and that walked out into the open on the far side of the lake. It could be that it was two different creatures. The creature that he saw across the lake was by his description of the bi-pedal walk, it’s size and proportions certainly not a bear or a man. The creature that walked quietly behind them, while not seen, acted as we have come to expect of a sasquatch that was curious about who was there fishing. The presence of the witnesses son is another point of curiosity for a sasquatch. They are often drawn-in by the laughter and banter of children. Further, this area is still a source of sasquatch sightings and habituation situations.
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