Sasquatch Quest Revisited: Wood Knocks & Pacific Northwest Flora Exploration

Posted Friday, April 12, 2024

By staff

A new video from the YouTube channel Sean's Sasquatch Quest has been making waves in the Bigfoot community. In the latest episode of his ongoing quest to discover the truth about Sasquatch, Sean returns to a location he's previously visited in episodes 7, 8, 12, and 13. Sean is a dedicated researcher who believes that wood knocks, a method of communication used by some Sasquatch researchers, can sometimes elicit a response from a Sasquatch. In this episode, he continues his long-term wood knocking experiment, hoping to make contact with the elusive creature. But Sean's quest isn't just about Sasquatch. He's also in the early stages of an ongoing project to photograph and identify the plant and mushroom species of the Pacific Northwest. By properly identifying the species, he can learn about their nutritional and medicinal values for both humans and wildlife. In this episode, he focuses on the piggyback plant, scientifically known as Tomia menesi. The video was shot on a cloudy day with no precipitation, and temperatures were in the low 40s with light winds. The atmospheric pressure was low to average, between 1009 and 1,3 mbars. Sean spent a total of 7 hours and 49 minutes in the field. If you're a fan of Sasquatch Quest, this is definitely an episode you won't want to miss. Sean's dedication to his quest and his passion for the great outdoors are truly inspiring. And who knows, maybe one day he'll make contact with the elusive Sasquatch. I'm always excited to see new videos and research being done in the field. Sean's Sasquatch Quest is a great resource for anyone interested in learning more about Sasquatch and the great outdoors. So, if you're looking for something new to watch, be sure to check out Sean's latest video. And who knows, maybe one day you'll be inspired to start your own Sasquatch quest. In this episode, Sean's