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Sasquatch Conspiracy

As most of you probably know, I grew up in Ohio. While there, I had three sightings of a sasquatch, along with other interactions/encounters with them. So, sasquatch has long been an interest of mine. I’ve spent a lot of time reading books on the subject, as well as watching televised documentaries, films, YouTube videos of sightings reports, etc. I’ve also talked to a lot of people regarding the subject of sasquatch. My most recently published book—which was co-authored with my wonderful wife Desirée Lee—is titled “Hidden Tribe”. It deals with the topic of sasquatch, too. On a side note, find “Hidden Tribe” at this URL if you’re interested in reading it: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1939378060. I’m also working on a series of historical articles for the Bigtruth sasquatch blog (https://bigtruthblog.blogspot.com)  that focus on encounters with sasquatch prior to the Patterson/Gimlin footage that was shot in 1967.

 

Given my own personal experiences, and the sheer amount of time I’ve spent learning more about the topic, I feel that I am fairly knowledgeable about sasquatch. Over time, and many reports of sightings, and encounters others have had with them, too, I’ve also noticed a disturbing pattern. I don’t want to come off sounding like a conspiracy theory nut, but I say with all honesty, and seriousness that I firmly believe that there is a cover-up going on where sasquatch is concerned. I believe that the United States government, military, logging industry, and probably the oil industry as well given the Alaskan pipeline, all know, and accept that sasquatch is a real, living species. What do they do with this knowledge? Cover it up. Why? Money.

 

Remember the spotted owl fiasco from several years ago? Remember how it affected the logging industry? Imagine what will happen when sasquatch is finally, publically, acknowledged to be real? They’ll almost certainly be considered an endangered species. Where do most sasquatch seem to live? In the forest. Where are most of the sightings recorded? In the Pacific Northwest. Logging is big, big business here. Just imagine what having an endangered species such as the sasquatch acknowledged as living in the forests where logging is so huge would do to that industry. The logging industry would be basically shut down—at least for a while. That will have a devastating effect on all industries that use wood. Everything from construction, to furniture manufacturing, to the paper industry. Which means the entire publishing industry would have to make sweeping changes, too. Along with that would come change to the transport, and delivery services that move the cut-down trees, construction materials, paper, published books, furniture, etc. The Alaskan oil pipeline would, I’m sure, be effected by the acceptance of sasquatch as a living species, too. Everything is connected. Everything would be effected.

 

Looking closer at the impact to the construction industry, not having wood to frame buildings, or build walls, alternatives would need to be found. One very good one would be hempcrete. This is an excellent building material. It mixes hemp with lime, or sand, to form blocks. Hempcrete is naturally insulting, fire retardant, if not flat-out fire proof, and doesn’t rot, or attract insects like wood does. It would be a logical alternative to wood for construction. However, turning to hempcrete would open the door to other hemp products, such as paper, fuel, health food, medication, clothing, and many other industries for which it is currently illegal. Why is it illegal? Because it would do to these industries about what publically accepting sasquatch as a species would do to the logging industry. It’s in the best financial interest of the people involved with those industries that hemp remain illegal. Hemp grows faster than trees. It takes less water. It gives more product yield per acre. No one financially invested in any industry it would affect wants it to be legalized. Again, everything is connected. Everything would be effected.

 

Those changes would, I’m sure, result in a lot of people losing their jobs. Business people who have millions of dollars invested in these industries would be hit hard right in the wallets. They’d likely lose millions, if not billions, of dollars due to shut-downs, and changes that would need to be made. Of course, they don’t want that to happen. They don’t want to suffer the loss of that money, or the power, and prestige that come with it. These people know that sasquatch are real. Given encounters I’ve heard over the years, it seems that logging trucks hit, and kill sasquatch sometimes as they’re moving along dark forested roads. Most sasquatch sightings actually occur when one of the creatures cross the road in front of a vehicle, by the way. Whether these are young, inexperienced sasquatch making a mistake, underestimating how fast the trucks are moving, or what, I don’t know. But it seems that, sometimes, sasquatch are struck down by logging trucks. Going on details on this topic I’ve come across in reports over the years, what happens after accidents like these are that the driver involved is told not to speak of what happened to anyone if he values his job. The body of the sasquatch is then moved somewhere else, or even burned on the spot to get rid of it. The powers that be in the United States government, and these industries do not want a sasquatch body to fall into the hands of someone who can use it to prove beyond doubt to the public at large that sasquatch are real.

 

Given the financial stakes for the people in charge, they’ll go to great lengths to make sure that sasquatch remains unaccepted as a living species. They throw out misinformation. They try to suppress sightings, and other information on the topic where, and when they can. Employees are told not to talk about the subject, or else lose their jobs. Most reports that point to a cover-up conspiracy on this matter are made many years after the encounter took place because the person making it waited until they retired before coming forward. This way they don’t run the risk of losing their job by doing so.

 

The lengths that those in charge will go to in order to keep sasquatch relegated to the realm of folklore go well beyond threats of job loss, or covering up a road accident, though. According to a couple of reports I’ve read over the years, there have been times when military units have been deployed with orders to kill every sasquatch they can find in a given area. It seems to me that the powers that be in the United States government, and big business—and those two are often intertwined—would rather see sasquatch eradicated as a species, than acknowledge it. They would rather commit genocide than lose the money, and power, that having sasquatch accepted as a real, living species would ultimately cause.

 

That angers me greatly. I want the conspiracy to end. I want sasquatch publically accepted as a real, living, endangered species. Yes, when this finally happens it’s going to cause a huge upheaval in a lot of ways, in a lot of areas. A lot will change. I think, though, that when things settle back down, the changes that will have been made will be for the better. I may be wrong; I try to be optimistic. Still, regardless of what ultimately happens, I want sasquatch acknowledged as a real species. Whether they are non-human animals, or some ancestor of ours, I don’t know. Personally, I think they’re closer to apes than humans. Regardless, though, I want them publically accepted as a species. I’ve seen them. I’ve had encounters with them where I didn’t see the creature, but I know it was there. I know for a fact that these creatures are real. It’s way past time for them to be accepted as such by the scientific community, the United States government, the general public, and everyone else. It’s past time for the conspiracy, lies, and cover-ups to end.

State of Jefferson

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Usually, I don’t touch politics on this blog/website. That’s because 1) it’s a touchy subject with a lot of people, and 2) it isn’t the point of this blog. However, given that this is a major election year, and that it’s raining here this morning – and the rain is to continue tonight, and tomorrow – I’ve been thinking about this subject. So, consider this another of the “About Me” posts that I get requests from fans for on a regular basis.

As you know, Desirée Lee and I live in the extreme northern part of California. We’re three miles from the state border with Oregon. Northern California, and southern Oregon may well break off into a 51st state someday – the State of Jefferson. A lot of people in this area truly, desperately, want to see that happen. Desirée Lee and I are among those who want to see Jefferson become a true reality, rather than simply existing in the minds of many people, and unofficial in any legal way.

One major reason for this – and why the rain we’re getting right now has made me start thinking of this again – is the water issue. This part of California gets a lot more rain than the southern parts of the state. California is a huge state. When people think of it, they typically think of Hollywood, the wine country, “Baywatch”-style beaches, surfing, and such. That’s mostly southern California. We’re in the fabled Pacific Northwest – sasquatch country. We have mountains, rolling hills, dense forests, lakes, rivers, agriculture – especially strawberry fields –  and other similar terrain. However, despite the rain, lakes, and rivers here, we are often in a water shortage. Why? That makes no sense, right? Thank you, California state government for that! A huge part of our clean, fresh water gets piped south so that the richer, higher populated, better-known areas of the state, which receive far less rain, will have plenty of water.

Should the State of Jefferson ever come to pass, this area will no longer be part of California. If California still wants our water, then they’ll have to buy if from Jefferson. Southern California dreads that idea, and doesn’t want Jefferson to ever come to be in large part due to that. A lot of us here in what might, one day, become Jefferson, want the 51st state to happen, in large part, due to that very issue of water. Jefferson has come fairly close to happening a few times, but has never gone through on a majority vote. Hopefully it will one day – the sooner the better, as far as a lot of us are concerned!

Want to learn more about the State of Jefferson? Check out the official site for the proposed 51st state right here.

By the way, the photo on this post is of Mount Shasta. That’s the peak. The flatter plateau next to is is Shastina. This is a view of those from the south. We live north of Shasta, so for us here the positioning of those are reversed. We’re about 75 miles away from Shasta. Run-off from snow melt there provides a lot of the water for this area. And, also, Shasta is an active volcano. Seeing a good snow-pack there to help keep it cooler is a very good thing!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

“Finding Bigfoot”

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Luckily, the weather cooperated yesterday. We had a little snow, but not nearly enough to keep us from the “Finding Bigfoot” town hall meeting up in Chiloquin, Oregon.

Although the entire process took longer than expected, making for a lengthy day, Desirée Lee and I had a blast. The tribal drumming and singing to welcome the “Finding Bigfoot” cast/researchers was stunning. There were some really great accountings of local sasquatch activity recounted by several of the people there. Anyone even passingly familiar with the television series “Finding Bigfoot” knows what a part of each show the town hall meetings, and the stories recounted at them, play.

Desirée and I have had one possible sighting right here in Dorris, California – yes, within the city limits. Just barely, but still within the city limits. And you all probably know of my accounts from Ohio years ago. We had hoped to talk about our probable sighting here in Dorris at the filming of the show yesterday. However, the episode is being slanted toward sightings/encounters by local native peoples. So, they were given first chance to tell about their own encounters with sasquatch. There were enough of those to fill the time. As a result, no non-natives got to speak. However, we did get the chance to tell each of the four cast members/researchers of the sighting afterward.

Getting to meet each of them – Matt Moneymaker, Cliff Barackman, Renae Holland, and James “Bobo” Fay – was a true pleasure. If you four are reading this: Matt, the surprise parking lot meeting caught me off-guard, but was truly awesome, and epic for me. Thank you most sincerely. Renee, thank you for the added helpful information, and we really do want to read the new book. Cliff, I meant what I said about not being at all sorry that you – via the show – taught our two-year-old daughter how to do sasquatch howls. And, once again, our heart-felt thanks to each of you for the autographs.

Though Desirée and I didn’t get to tell of our local sighting on camera, given where we were sitting during the meeting it’s almost a certainty that we will appear on TV when that episode of “Finding Bigfoot” airs. From what we were told yesterday, the air date for the currently-filming episode will be sometime during this coming March. I’ll let you all know, via this website/blog, when we know a more exact air date. The episode is centered on the Pacific Northwest, so please keep watch for it in your TV listings!

The above photo was taken yesterday by a friend of ours who was also in attendance. We didn’t know about the photo until today. It’s of Desirée and I standing with Matt Moneymaker after the filming. Had we known he was taking this photo, we’d have posed for it!

Scott Harper

www.scottharper.net

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