Sasquatch Tours Update!
Encounters USA and SasquatchtheLegend.com have teamed up to bring the Sasquatch Encounters of the Olympic Peninsula to the people of the world. Last week we ran into a massive snag when we couldn't find anyone who knows how to open a business account when the two partners live in different states.
At that point the partners SasquatchtheLegend.com and Encounters USA decided it was going to be more difficult to open a business bank account, the key to getting the financing we need, than we anticipated. Thanks to our inability to find someone who knows how to open a business account, we decided to scrap the project for now. Please stay tuned as we look for alternative forms of financing.
Guests will learn the ancient legends of the Sasquatch and its relationship with the great nations of the Olympic Peninsula. You will hear the voices of the Hoh, the Klallam, the S'klallam the Quinault, Quileute and Makah. They will explain the Sasquatch the way their people would have explained it many years ago, before these being became Bigfoot.
The Olympic Peninsula Squatch Tour will take our guests in complete comfort and luxury aboard our Mercedes Benz Passenger Coaches. Guests will start from a secret location along the Hood Canal, where Sasquatch has been present and interacting with people up to the present day.
Once the tour begins, our guests will immerse themselves in the Olympic mountains. Recordings of Bigfoot researchers like Ron Morehead, Rich Germeau, Tom Sewid and many other voices of the Olympic Peninsula narrate encounters, research and play actual recordings of Sasquatch encounters. If you think you know Bigfoot, think again.
Of course, when you do the Olympic Bigfoot Squatch Tour, you are going to have access to art, publications, recordings, native art, native carvings and merchandise of all kinds. Our guests will spend one night at a luxury hotel in Forks, Washington. There, they will enjoy a Bigfoot Banquet.
Guests will also have exclusive access to the Sasquatchthelegend store and the town of Forks, Washington for an entire evening. After resting in the luxury of the Forks Motel, our Guests will wake up to another day of Sasquatch Adventures on the Hoh River. Then we'll tour the Pacific Coast. We'll then head east, back through the mountains and more encounters all the way to the Hood Canal.
Sasquatching With Igor Burtsev
After the Metaline Falls Bigfoot Festival, I wanted to check out an area suggested by Will Uhlmer head of the Sasquatch research center for Stevens County. He pointed me in the same direction of a man introduced to me by Todd Neiss, director of the North American American Primate Society.
On the way, I picked up Igor Burtsev in Colville. I told him I didn't know where I was going or when I was coming back. He told me to wait for ten minutes while he got his things. So, with Igor and his backpack and me and my Toyota pickup loaded with all the Bigfoot hunting gear I was going to need, we headed for Bigfoot country.
John Q Public Holds Bigfoot break over 2 meters off the ground. Our first stop was at the home of John. John Q was going to show us the activity on his property and then follow us out to the lake to help in our search for Bigfoot.
Our on site strategy was simple. We knew if there were Bigfoot around, we would make them curious with Bigfoot calls on a loudspeaker for two hours at dusk and a brightly colored tent after dark. We didn't want there to be any secret we were looking for any Sasquatch in the area.
Igor Burtsev was impressed with the mobility and the technology Matthew Heines of Encounters USA brought to the Bigfoot hunt. From a real all-terrain vehicle to thermal imaging recorders, loudspeakers and even an inflatable boat, Igor Burtsev was on the Bigfoot hunt of his life!
For two weeks in June of 2021, I loaded up the Toyota and left Seattle for the wilds of the eastern Cascades of Washington State in search of a deeper meaning to the Bigfoot mystery. What I found can not be described unless it is scene. And so, upcoming are two amazing documentaries. But wait, there's more.