Sunday, September 16, 2018
Sasquatch Chronicles 2018 // SC EP:469 Albino super-monkey in the hills of Pennsylvania
A listener writes ?Wes, Thank you for the avenue to share experiences. I?ve kept this bottled up for years and have been ridiculed whenever attempting to get it off my chest.
It was the summer of 1987. Family reunion in Pennsylvania, up in mountain area near Cresson. Two days of eating, associating with my extended family and watching the adults get an afternoon buzz was enough for me. So being a typical hellion teenager, two cousins and I decided to go exploring in the countryside out on our own.
We walked off the homestead around 6pm.
Nobody was dressed for wooded conditions; we were three idiot guys in t-shirts, Nike?s and jeans. Not one weapon or even a pocket knife among us, but I did bring along a pair of binocs that my friend?s father had let me borrow.
Let me elaborate.
At the time, I was really fascinated with learning astronomy. A childhood friend was blessed with a really cool dad, who was one smart dude. He had sort of adopted me into his family and was the kind of adult who knew a lot about a lot. He saw me studying the stars one night with a compass, and handed me a pair of binoculars made just for night use. When you looked through them the image was much brighter than the human eye could produce; made by Swarovski, they were amazing to view the night skies with. Like somebody switched on a million more stars than what your eyes saw. He was glad to let me use them as long as I took care of them as though they were mine. So when I took a trip to attend the reunion, these binocs came with me.....
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