Sent to the Washington Bigfoot FaceBook page and described as “Several sets of tracks
Very unusual” found near the Swift Reservior south of Mt St Helens.
The Swift Reservoir is a reservoir on the Lewis River located in Skamania County.
The podcast recounts the tale of five miners who were besieged by bigfoot in 1924, trapped overnight in a cabin in Ape Canyon, south west of Mt St Helens. Not Alone expands the story to include an encounter with a Forest Ranger the miners had after the bigfoot encounter and some theories on what bigfoot is, based on local native accounts.
Located in Skamania County, Ape Canyon is a gorge along the edge of the Plains of Abraham name after the 1924 story, which was retold in 1967 by Fred Beck in a ‘booklet’.
Kelly Shaw of the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization retells his Grandfather’s Bigfoot story from the 1930s.
Kelly’s Grandfather encountered three Sasquatch near a lake that was destroyed in the Mount St Helens eruptions in 1980. The three Bigfoot were seen by multiple people in their group.