|Alaska's Boreal Sasquatch & Marked Hominid Authority since 2005.
Report of vandalism to cabin, vocalizations and finding bear traps sprung with stick overnight.
IBS #3573 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1950s/02/S - South Naknek, AK
Boy sees "hairy, human like creature" and "suprised it as it lay on some 55 gallon fuel drums".
Panicked and alone, the boy grabbed his gun, shot and missed. The creature in turn screamed
loudly and then took off running".
1951/01/SVB – Klawock, AK
Report of vandalism around house, vocalizations and reddish and brown Sasquatches seen.
IBS #3566 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1952/01/BV – Klawock, AK
Report of vandalism and vocalizations around house.
IBS #3567 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1952/02/BV – Wild Man Cove, Dora Bay, AK
Man reports loud yells circling him in muskeg.
IBS #3568 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1955/01/SBL – Turnagain, AK
Second hand story of child seeing juvenile Sasquatch in cabin that later steals some food.
1955/02/SB – Ketchikan, AK
Six youths report seeing Sasquatch chase deer across road.
IBS #3570 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1956/01/ST – Ketchikan, AK
Sighting and tracks in Inside Passage, no other details.
Bigfoot Encounters (J. Green)
1956/01/V – Unuk River, AK
Three men hear wailing and chattering around camp for one hour. They call back and forth with it.
IBS #3571 (Alley, R. 2003. Raincoast Sasquatch)
1956/02/S - Lake Iliamna, AK
Fisherman spots Sasquatch on beach while anchoring boat. Biologist from Ketchikan later found and
photographed tracks on same beach.
www.beforeitsnews.com. Accessed 19JAN2014
1956/03/S - Ketchikan, AK (Inside Passage)
Bear is spotted from anchored vessel. Bear gets up, looks towards the vessel and then walks away,
"upright like a human." Sighting estimated to be 200 yards from vessel. Subject was estimated to be
7 or 8 feet tall and weighing 350-400 pounds with "blackish-reddish color" with hair 2-3 inches long.
Ketchikan biologists later find and photograph big human like prints on the beach that went into a
heavily wooded area. (credit Bob Everett)
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