Investigating BC's Enigmatic Cryptids: Ogopogo, Cadborosaurus, and Sasquatch Encounters

Posted Sunday, May 19, 2024

By staff

A new video has recently surfaced on YouTube that is sure to excite fellow Bigfoot enthusiasts. The video, posted by the channel Hammerson Peters, delves into the fascinating world of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC), a non-profit scientific expeditionary society established in 1989. The club's mission is to conduct scientific investigations into reports of cryptids, or elusive animals unknown to the global zoological community, in the Canadian province of British Columbia and around the world. The video focuses on the club's research into the wildman phenomenon, specifically in Canada. The BCSCC began its inquiries by reporting encounters and footprint discoveries made across the Great White North in the years succeeding the classic era of Canadian Sasquatch research. One such encounter was made by Bobby Wabasse, an Ojibwa man of the Webequie First Nation, who spotted an eight-foot tall hair-covered man peering at him from the woods while canoeing on one of the many lakes near the reserve. The video also mentions the famous Old Yellow Top, a huge hairy creature allegedly spotted near Cobalt, Ontario, on three different occasions throughout the 20th Century. Another intriguing report was made in Bella Coola, British Columbia, where witnesses claimed that a family of Sasquatch had been seen in the area. The video documents the story of Glen Clellamin, his mother, and his friend Jimmy Nelson, who witnessed an 8-foot-tall naked man with wide shoulders and a hairy coat in their yard. The creature returned the following night, drawing the ire of the family’s dog. Glen and Jimmy decided to follow it, and soon heard a low growl followed by a spine-chilling high-pitched scream. Ignoring these warnings, the boys pressed on and soon made out the creature’s looming silhouette in the darkness. The video also mentions the first detailed Sasquatch encounter investigated by the BCSCC, which took place near Pitt Lake, British Columbia. Kasandra Jacksen of Vancouver, British Columbia, had a frightening experience when she and a male friend went camping near the lake. They heard a strange high-pitch whistle issuing from the forest beyond their campsite, accompanied by a powerful putrid odor. In the afternoon, Kasandra was struck by a pebble hurled at her by some unseen assailant. Suspecting that her friend was playing a trick on her, she made it known that she was unimpressed, only to be pelted by a flurry of pebbles thrown in rapid succession. When she looked around, she spotted an 8-foot-tall manlike creature standing behind a large rock on a sloped boulder field nearby. This video is a must-watch for any Bigfoot enthusiast. It provides a fascinating look into the world of cryptozoology and the ongoing search for the elusive Sasquatch. The stories of encounters and sightings are both intriguing and chilling, and serve as a reminder of the mystery and wonder that still exist in our world. So, grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the video. And remember, always keep an open mind and an eye out for the unknown.