Friday, January 11, 2019

UFO Investigators Encounter Sasquatch

A group of five seasoned UFO and Sasquatch investigators were working together on a case involving multiple UFO sightings near Union, Missouri in October of 2018 when they encountered something they weren't expecting.

The team was on a cove off of a river at approximately 9:00 p.m. when one they all heard the sound of a large tree limb being broken in half. The location of the sound was across the river in the woods. The area is surrounded by trees and deep woods and it is not all accessible by road. One of the investigators said that it may have been a Sasquatch letting know we are in their territory, as she couldn't imagine that a person was in the woods at that time, and there was no sign of a camp or fire, and no clearings in the area for a camp.

About 30 minutes later the entire group heard what can only be described as chattering coming from the same area across the river. Chattering is often associated with bigfoot and may be a means of communication.

Drawing by investigator JW

The group continued their UFO investigation using high-powered binoculars and night-vision binoculars. One team member viewed something walking in the woods through her night-vision binoculars at approximately 10:00 p.m., and she believes it was a Sasquatch. The location was on the same side of the river where the investigators were standing. She described the creature as being furry all over and light in color, although the night vision technology may have distorted the actual color. It was walking upright on two legs and she was able to see all of the creature from the knees up as it walked at a medium pace through the heavily wooded area. Since it was extremely dark outside, it is hard to conceive of a human walking that quickly through the woods, especially without a flashlight.

Taking everything into consideration, the team believes that there may be several Sasquatch in the area, which they plan to investigate further in the near future. The team prefers to remain anonymous at this time.


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