In 1972, while camping alone in the Wind River Mountains, the young naturalist John Mionczynski, is convinced that he encountered the creature known as Sasquatch, or “Bigfoot.” Over the decades since, he’s searched for further evidence of a large primate inhabiting the forests of western North America.
Wildlife Biologist, spent years tracking bears through Wyoming's Wild River Mountains. His studies required him to spend weeks high up in the mountain solitude. So when a large upright figure collapsed his tent one night in 1972, John Mionczynski knew it was not another Human. He was studying bighorn sheep at the time in the Wind River Mountains. From inside his tent, Mionczynski could see a distinct open hand with an opposable thumb, about twice the size of a Human hand. Mionczynski crawled outside and built a campfire. He could hear the creature breathing but couldn’t see it in the darkness. For 45 minutes it threw pine cones at him.
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