"According to the book Cryptozoology A to Z written by Loren Coleman and Jerome Clark the term "Sasquatch" came from a teacher named J.W. Burns in the 1920s. Burns had been hearing stories about large, hairy, evasive animals from Chehalis Indian friends he kept in close contact with for years and arrived at the name by combining a bunch of different versions he had heard to create his own phonetic version. Although the name Sasquatch is still used from time to time in an effort to insert formality into tales of sightings and rehashing of folklore, most North Americans choose to refer to the beast referenced in these stories as Bigfoot." - Destination America
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Dimensions: Approximately 58" x 9"
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