During a recent expedition to Hubbard County, Minnesota, we found a series of possible sasquatch originated stick structures. All of the structures were within a mile of each other. They were also all near, or crossing some old logging trails that were in the area. We found several tee-pee structures, a possible blind, numerous arches, and an X formation. We also found one small tree that had been broken down over the mail trail with a clear twist in the break.
The area we found these in has a long history of sasquatch activity, including track evidence and eye-witness sightings.
All of the structures we found on this trip were old, at least a year or more based on re-growth and the aging seen on damaged areas of the trees. As with all stick structures, it is impossible to clearly state with certainty that these were created by a sasquatch. Humans can just as easily have created all of these. Also, it is possible that some are naturally created by the weather, though we tried to rule that out as much as possible.
This structure is one of the most intriguing finds. Although it is difficult to see it in the photos, the smaller arches are woven together and pinned down by the larger logs. It would have been very improbable for this to have happened naturally. It was located about 100 feet up a hill to the side of an ATV trail. An unmoving animal could sit behind this structure and observe the trail below without being easily noticed. The person sitting in the blind is an average sized man.
View From Trail:
This area had many arches, some of which were even lined up. Arches can form naturally when a tree falls parallel to a small tree, snags the top, and pulls it down. These arches, however, were formed with the pinning log positioned perpendicular to the arch, something that is rarely possibly naturally. If it were one of two, I would ignore it, but there were at least ten to twenty arches in this area, all constructed similarly. Some of them were in conjunction with a larger tepee structure and were obviously woven together.
These structures do not photograph well. It is difficult to determine if these types are created by something or natural windfall. We found these curious enough to photograph and include here for your perusal.
This is a small X we found near a trail and some other structures. Normally I am very skeptical of X’s as stick structures as they can happen so easily naturally. This one though had an interesting placement near a trail and the ends were driven into the ground.
Tree Twist Break
This tree was broken over the ATV trail we were on. It has an obvious twist. It is small enough that a person could have done it, but it is unlikely that people would break a tree off over their own trail.