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Re: Why no media coverage of the Sasquatch (letters, June 15).

Bigfoot is alive and well, with many sightings in this area. The native Americans have many stories of their great grandfathers trading with them, exchanging salmon for their help with heavy tasks like portaging.

The Hudson’s Bay company, the Canadian Natural History Museum and the Smithsonian all have skins and skeletons of Sasquatch, all of which are well hidden away behind locked doors.

As an ex-chauffeur to the “Worlds Elite” I personally have met many people who have seen them, many of whom are well known names and that also applies to my knowledge of chemtrails. History is not what we were taught in school. The proof is out there, if you take the time to do the research.

John St. John


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