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Does a large bipedal creature inhabit the deep wilderness of the Pacific Northwest as so many believe What about the proliferation of sightings in recent years in still other parts of the country such as Florida Texas and even New York Even President Teddy Roosevelt got into the act writing an absorbing account of a bigfoot creature in his book The Wilderness Hunter It seems he was completely convinced of their existence and Teddy Roosevelt was a seasoned and hardened outdoorsman Accounts of Bigfoot or Sasquatch as it is called in Canada are certainly nothing new Indian lore of several Pacific Northwest tribes includes mention of a man-like beast covered in fur and some of their stories make him out to be less than friendly To some tribes he is O-Mah to others Sasquatch which means boss of the mountains loosely translated from the native language of one Pacific Northwest tribe Other local tribes have their own names for him -- Omah Windego Yeahoh Tsiatko Boqs and Rugaru among others To them these impressive and solitary creatures are just a part of nature -- a Being deserving just as much respect as any other A flood of eye-witness accounts occurred in the 1950s with the building of a highway through some of the most treacherous and remote regions of northern California when workers became almost accustomed to arriving early every morning to find abundant signs of something large and powerful tampering with construction equipment and leaving huge humanoid footprints in the soft earth Often full 55-gallon fuel drums were found to have been tossed around like toys It was these workers who dubbed the animal Bigfoot a term that was eagerly adopted by local and national press once the story got out The saga took a dramatic turn in 1967 thanks to the considerable dedication of independent sasquatch hunter Roger Patterson A natural outdoorsman
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