Classic Encounters

The Lake Minnewanka Wildman

Lake Minnewanka is located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The information provided here was collected through a variety of sources, including: Archive Reports, Old Newspapers, & Local Legends. Lake Minnewanka was once known as Devil’s Lake. Some location names that included “Devil” are known to have a history with Sasquatch. […]

Classic Encounters

The Seven Persons Sightings

The town of Seven Persons is located southwest of Medicine Hat on the prairies of Alberta, which is about the last place you would expect to hear about Sasquatch sightings, but that is exactly what happened.  In the fall of 1972 and again in the late fall and early winter of 1973, the people of Seven Persons were coming face to face with a legend. […]

Classic Encounters

The Bighorn Dam Incident

The year 1969 is considered to be one of the most active and important years in the history of Sasquatch research.  John Green, the preeminent authority on Sasquatch, even wrote a book about all of the activities that happened during 1969 and aptly named it “Year of the Sasquatch”.  It was during this year that one of the most famous Alberta reports came in. […]

Classic Encounters

David Thompson’s Story

David Thompson was a surveyor and trader for the Northwest Company and is considered to be one of the greatest land geographers of all time.  He explored much of the Pacific Northwest and made it to the mouth of the Columbia River only five years after Lewis and Clark found it. […]