Thompson reported Sasquatch tracks in the Rockies in 1811

Sasquatch Close Encounter Network for Interspecies Communication

David Thompson, the great explorer of the western US and Canada:

On January 7th, 1811, David Thompson, a surveyor and trader for the Northwest Company, attempted to cross the Rocky Mountains near the present day site of Jasper, Alberta. Thompson kept a daily journal, (see T.C. Elliott, “Journal of David Thompson,” Oregon Historical Quarterly, 15 (March-June 1914) Thompson also published a work called the “Narrative”, which was based on his journals, in which he wrote:

“January 7th continuing our journey in the afternoon we came on the track of a large animal, the snow about six inches deep on the ice; I measured it; four large toes each of four inches in length, to each a short claw; the ball of the foot sunk three inches lower than the toes. The hinder part of the foot did not mark well, the length fourteen inches, by eight inches in breadth, walking…

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