Sasquatch & Serial Killers in Washington State.

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Bob Antone: Sasquatch and Serial Killers in Washington State


Bob Antone returns to talk Sasquatch and serial killers in Washington state.

Bob and his wife started offering Bigfoot walking tours in 2017. His interest began in his childhood, listening to family members telling stories and then later got his wife interested. They introduce the topic to people on their tours by familiarizing them with some of the names for these beings used by Native tribes and then launching into some of the traditional stories and folklore.


"Whenever children are in danger or being abused or whenever innocence is in danger, these beings, the Sasquatch, the benevolent form, will show themselves." - Bob Antone

No matter where you stand on the issue, Bob is a wonderful storyteller and has researched the subjects for many years. Bob shares some of the historical mentions of Sasquatch which form a documented part of our state history.

You will learn:

1. The connection between serial killers in the Northwest and the subject of Bigfoot/Sasquatch

2. Stories of Bigfoot sightings, including a strange occurrence during a walking tour

3. The agreement between Bigfoot and the human world to protect and watch out for each other.

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