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Help Sasquatch get on New York's Endangered Species List

Peter Wiemer, who was a speaker at the SOSBI Bigfoot Conference last month, and who hosts the Chautaqua Lake Bigfoot Expo every year (this year it is Oct. 23-24) is petitioning on to get Sasquatch on the New York Endangered Species list. 

They apparently need 200 supporters on the petition, and are currently at 194. Go to now and help the Sasquatch!

Peter Wiemer is a really cool guy. I met him at the SOSBI conference and he traded me a cool Bigfoot mug and some other things for a copy of my book. He tried to do this a few years ago, but got a letter from New York wildlife biologist Gordon Batcheller saying that they do not need to protect Sasquathch, because it is a "mythical animal that does not exist in nature or otherwise. The simple truth of the matter is that there is no such animal anywhere in the World." OK, Mr. Batcheller, how do you explain the sightings of these creatures all over the world???

Letter from Batcheller to Wiemer saying they will
not protect Bigfoot because it is a
"mythical animal"

The town of Whitehall, NY, has already passed a Sasqautch protection law. Help get them protected in all of New York State.


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