Batsquatch Madness

After the blast of Mount Saint Helens in 1980, the area around the mountain was filled with ash and silence. But something rose from the ashes…

After the explosion residents began seeing something appear in the barren landscape. It was reported to always came at night and it was always accompanied by a terrible terrible silence. Always…

These frightful sightings didn’t just happen after the blast, but continued to be seen even recently and no longer just in the Pacific Northwest…here are a couple more recent sightings…

In 2009 near Mt. Shasta in California, several hikers witnessed a huge creature with leathery wings fly out from a crevice in the mountain. The creature was either the dreaded Batsquatch or a pterodactyl/thunderbird. Descriptions vary.

In June 2011 a man was in his yard walking his dog. The man went to pick up the dog when he saw something flying in the sky.

“I saw something flying sky. It had bat wings, blue fur and had a face similar to eyes glowing red. It was about 9 feet tall at the least after I watched it just flew away. “

On April 14, 2014, at Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron OH, a class witnessed a giant black mass zoom by the window of their homeroom at flash-like speed.

So what do you believe? Do you think Batsquatch really exists, could those wings even support a squatch in flight? Or is he only a fun campfire 🔥tale to scare everyone near Halloween?

I’m not sure what I think, it’s a little to frightful for me, I’m often alone out there and I’m not sure I could continue to do that with this thing flying around out there as he pleases.

Happy Halloween everyone, be safe out there.

Author: sasysquatchgirl

A Bigfoot and beyond blogger and Nature Photographer from New England. I spend a majority of my free time in the woods exploring for any signs the hairy man has been around and snapping some pics along the way. So if you’re following this blog, you’ll be the first to know if I see him...

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