Sasquatch or Bigfoot: What's the Difference?

Sightings of a large, hairy humanoid creature in the northwestern United States and western Canada date back centuries. Native American tribes in these areas named the creature “Sesquac” which means “Wild or “Hairy Man” in Halkomelem, a language of the indigenous people of British Columbia. That term morphed into “Sasquatch” in Canadian newspapers during the 1920s. The name “Bigfoot” was coined by the Humboldt Times in the late fifties after a sighting of large footprints (16 inches in length!) by construction worker Jerry Crew. So is Bigfoot and Sasquatch two different creatures? The simple answer is “no.” The Bigfoot creature we know from the Pacific Northwest is just another name for Sasq

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