Discover Sasquatch where Awareness Comes First.
Welcome all to Discover Sasquatch! My name is Chris Reinhardt and I am the creator of Discover Sasquatch. It is my hope that Discover Sasquatch will help express awareness of this creature as it combines my two passions; Squatchography and Discover Sasquatch Investigations. I’m an avid outdoor photographer that loves the woods and consequently as my outdoor adventures grew it resulted in the formation of Squatchography. Accordingly, a photograph of this elusive creature would be a prized possession! However, above all my goal is to spread awareness and help prove the existence of Sasquatch or at least provide the most compelling evidence.
Like everyone else I started as a rookie researcher. Back in the day, I didn’t realize that people actually went into the New England woods looking for the Sasquatch. After being introduced to YouTube I became very intrigued. Armed with only my cell phone and notepad, nonetheless I got into the woods in search of Sasquatch. Subsequently, it was then that I formed Berkshire Mountain Sasquatch and I’m really glad I did! Since then I’ve had nighttime sightings on Flir, daytime sightings with my naked eye and many physical interactions.
Most importantly I cannot express enough; you all need to be fully aware while venturing into their habitat! Such creatures really do walk the forests and quite possibly right next to you! I can explicitly attest to this, as I have personally had interactions in 6 different states! I could never imagined in a million years what all of this would develop into. Nevertheless, here I am seven years later and unquestionably because of Sasquatch it’s grown into a YouTube channel, website, podcast and an investigation team. We have come a long way in a short time and have plenty to share with you.
I’ve heard that if you’ve never seen a Bigfoot and then start looking for them, you have a zero chance of finding one. I guess I’m luckier than most and proved them wrong… and it continues to this day! So throw on your boots and “Get In The Woods People”.