Oct 062012

Two Nunavik women picking the seasonal berries encountered a sasquatch apparently doing the same thing last Saturday.

Maggie Cruikshank Qingalik, who is from Akulivik, Que., said her friend saw some kind of creature out in the wilderness.

Qingalik said at first, they thought it was another person picking berries. Then they noticed it was covered in long, dark hair.

She said it was walking upright along the side of a hill, and was taking long strides. They said it would also sometimes crawl.

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  4 Responses to “Sasquatch Sighting by Nunavik Berry Pickers”

  1. Let’s see now. A ten to fifteen foot tall creature picking
    berries. Yeah I bet he was crawling at times. I’m 6′ 4″
    and I have to bend over in order to pick berries.

  2. Only way i think to believe such thing is once you see it dead!

  3. I’m from this village, and i saw the video. thre is nothing execpt a small black dot on the hill and at the bottom of the hill there is people andthey lock like that small black dot on the hill. you can’t even see a silouette of no one, it locks like a pixel.
    Black bear are seen in lower villages so i could be a lost black bear on the tundra. an i’ve seen black bear on the tundra before.
    This is a not true!!!!


  4. You are displaying the wrong community on your map! Akulivik is on the other coast more on the Hudson Bay area, not Ungava Bay.

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