The latest Bigfoot sighting was in the Great White North in the small town of Silverton, British Columbia, Canada.
He was reportedly seen on December 25, 2020.
The Toronto Star reports…
“…four friends were heading to their home on Hwy 6 just south of Silverton on the evening of December 25 when the people in the front of the vehicle saw what looked like a ‘huge, man-like figure’ on the side of the road.
‘I didn’t see the creature myself, I saw the prints,’ says Erica Spink-D’Souza, who was in the back seat. She’s become the informal spokesperson for her companions. ‘But the person on the front seat cried out ‘Oh my gosh look at that!’
‘They said it looked like a huge grizzly, or it was a large man, standing up.’
But before Spink-D’Souza could catch a glimpse, the figure turned, went on all fours, and headed deep into the bush.
‘We tried to turn around and look again, but it was gone,’ she says.”
The friends were so intrigued by what they saw that they returned to the area later that night to further investigate. What they saw shocked them even more.
“We saw all these different tracks, and then we saw these tracks that were really alarming,” Spink-D’Souza said. “They were bipedal tracks in a straight line into the woods…
“I got a little spooked, it was alarming to see such big prints. But there were no bear tracks,” she said.
The group took pictures of the tracks and sent them to Matt Moneymaker, head of the Bigfoot Researchers Organization and co-host of Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet.
Moneymaker said the tracks seen in the pictures are “un-hoax-able.”
“The surrounding pristine snow proves the tracks were not fabricated by humans,” he said. “The stride length is beyond the ability of a human trying to leap through knee-deep snow. The drag marks and depth of the tracks prove they are not from a leaping rabbit. The linear pattern shows that it was not a bear.”
As crazy as it sounds, none of this information surprised the locals.
“People were saying ‘oh, that’s The Wanderer, there’s a sasquatch who wanders around here,’” said Spink-D’Souza. “It sounds like around here people are pretty open to the possibility there is one.”