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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:52 pm 
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IBS Report #: 3666

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 2

Latitude: +055˚ 08' N
Longitude: 130˚ 42' W
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Year: 1999
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Elevation: 0

Data Source: “Raincoast Sasquatch”
Credibility: 3
Locality: Boca de Quadra Inlet
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: Frank S. and girlfriend

Sighting Type: 2
Summary: 15 IN TRACKS ON BEACH

Sighting Text:
“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages 1999: north of Boca de Quadra Inlet, AK,Frank S. and girlfriend report fresh string of biped fifteen-inch, barefoot tracks on beach, with twelve-foot stride between each left footprint. [map3]
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 892

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 1

Latitude: +055˚ 37' N
Longitude: 132˚ 54' W
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Year: 1900
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Data Source: TR86
Credibility: 1
Locality: PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND
Researcher: ROB ALLEY
Witness: NATIVE

Sighting Type: 1
Summary: BF SHOT AND KILLED, BURIED ON BEACH

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AK PRINCE OF WALES 1900 TR#86 * Rob Alley investigation, kokanee@ptialaska.net Native folklore in the Pacific Northwest is replete with varied references to Sasquatch like creatures and yet there are numerous references to both a general "live and let live" philosophy as well as to alleged shootings and sometimes alleged killings. One such turn of the century account I am attempting to unravel is of one native on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska, who happened to exit the forest above a beach to be confronted with the sight of one of these creatures standing at point blank range. The man is supposed to have fired away, killing the creature. Three other men of his group responded to the noise and, the tale goes, found the creature lying there "so horrible that they buried him on the beach." What is not said is whether the burial took place out of fear of reprisal by the "land otter people," out of remorse for killing a creature so superficially manlike, out of fear of repercussions by the non-natives, or even the non-native authorities. Should such stories even occasionally have some basis in fact it suggests at least one thing. Firstly, that someone who is generally and on principle a tolerant and gentle soul might easily under any number of circumstances react in a decisive and forceful way. This especially if he has a personal history of firearm use. So the non-hunter might in the thick of things appear to be a hunter. Conversely, the world is full of a good number of long-time hunters, who for any number of personal reasons, have long since given up the ability to pull the trigger on any species of game. Rob Alley
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3549

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 2

Latitude: +055˚ 08' N
Longitude: 131˚ 21' W
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Year: 1920s
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Elevation: 13

Data Source: Raincoast Sasquatch
Credibility: 3
Locality: Chinatown, Annette Island,
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: Mrs.

Sighting Type: 2
Summary: ROCKS THROWN, TRACKS

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“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages 1920s: Chinatown, Annette Island, rocks thrown at cabin at night by "just some old monkey," large tracks seen the next day, Mrs. N. F. report. [mapS]
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3552

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +056˚ 04' N
Longitude: 131˚ 04' W
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Year: 1930s
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Elevation: 16

Data Source: Raincoast Sasquatch”
Credibility: 3
Locality: Unuk River
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: Bruce Johnstone Sr.

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: BROKEN LIMBS

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“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages 1930s, 1940s: Unuk and Chickamin Rivers, Bruce Johnstone Sr. reports limbs four inches thick twisted off in various locales, not apparently done by moose or bears. [map3]
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3557

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +054˚ 41' N
Longitude: 132˚ 01' W
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Year: 1940s
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Elevation: 30

Data Source: “Raincoast Sasquatch”
Credibility: 3
Locality: near Cape Chacon
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: Mrs. Y. M.

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: log being thrown from bush

Sighting Text:
“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages mid-1940s: south P.O.W. Is. near Point Chacon, Mrs. Y. M. reports log being thrown from bush at her and her family. [map3]
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3564

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +055˚ 18' N
Longitude: 130˚ 47' W
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Year: 1948
Time:
Elevation: 0

Data Source: “Raincoast Sasquatch”
Credibility: 3
Locality: Bartholomew Creek, Smeaton Bay
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: two men

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: finding "jawbone larger than a man's.

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“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages 1948: Bartholomew Creek, Smeaton Bay, east Behm Canal, AK, two men report finding "jawbone larger than a man's." [map3]
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3573

Location: Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +055˚ 33' N
Longitude: 133˚ 05' W
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Year: 1950s
Time:
Elevation: 79

Data Source: “Raincoast Sasquatch”
Credibility: 3
Locality: Klawock
Researcher: J. Robert Alley
Witness: Mr. A. K.

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: VANDELISM, SCREAMS, BEAR TRAPS SPRUNG WITH STICKS

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“Raincoast Sasquatch” J. Robert Alley 2003 Hancock House, $14.95 US $19.95 Canada ISBN 0-88839-508-6 358 pages 1950s:Klawock, P.O.W.Is., AK, Mr. A. K. reports damage to roof, screams, bear traps sprung with sticks overnight. [map4]
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