Exploring the New Sasquatch Museum: A Hidden Gem for Bigfoot Enthusiasts

Posted Sunday, June 16, 2024

By Squatchable.com staff

In a recent video posted on the YouTube channel RenaissanceMan, the hosts take us on a tour of the Sasquatch Museum in Harrison Hot Springs. The video is a continuation of their 7-day trip, which has already been successful in providing some interesting encounters. As they approach the museum, the hosts point out the Miami River and a nearby RV park. The Sasquatch Museum has recently moved to a new location at 499 Hot Springs Road, and the hosts are excited to explore the new space. Upon entering the museum, the hosts are impressed by the larger location and the variety of exhibits. They take a closer look at a sturgeon, which they describe as prehistoric creatures with two spinal cords and a body of armor. The museum also features a St Alis First Nations Sasquatch dance costume and Harrison Lake maps. One of the most interesting exhibits is a statue of a juvenile Sasquatch, which the hosts describe as a good depiction of the creature. They also mention the Ruby Creek incident, which they plan to visit on Tasha's Sasquatch country camping adventure. Towards the end of the video, the hosts discuss the possibility of setting up a booth for Sasquatch Days. They also mention a new book, "The Hunt for Bigfoot," and express interest in purchasing it. Overall, the video provides an interesting look at the Sasquatch Museum and the exhibits it has to offer. As Bigfoot believers, we are always excited to see new and informative content about our favorite cryptid. We encourage our readers to check out the video for themselves and explore the museum's website for more information.