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 Post subject: Bear or sasquatch?
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Friday January 19, 1979
Frederick, Md.
Briefly noted….
Bear or sasquatch?
Barriere, British Columbia (AP) – Ever since a high school student reported he shot and wounded a sasquatch, Wayne Lahucik’s farm near Dunn Lake has been overrun with other students hoping to bring down one of the legendary, ape-like creatures.
Armed with rifles and camouflaged in greens and browns, the curious hordes have ignored “private property” signs, jumped fences and set Lahucik to worrying. “I’m no so much worried about them being on my property, but someone is going to get shot,” he said, explaining that he has curtailed his skin diving in Dunn Lake for fears that he will be mistaken for a monster.
The latest frenzy began recently when 16-year-old Tim Meissner shot at what he said was a sasquatch, although a local wildlife officer said he is convinced the boy saw a bear. Luhucik agrees, saying what Meissner saw probably was an elderly brown bear with grey-tinged fur that sometimes walk upright because it has an injured front paw. “And if there is a wounded bear up there, it’s not a very good idea for the kids to be looking for it.”


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