The name Sasquatch comes from the Salish word Sasq’ets, meaning “wild man” or “hairy man.” But despite being so huge and intimidating in appearance, the stories rarely indicate that these creatures have violent tendencies. Reports nearly always show that the Sasquatch didn’t want to be seen or cause any trouble. They weren’t out to eat humans. Or to steal their land. In fact, among some Native American tribes, Bigfoot is considered to be well-meaning messenger of warning. Someone who warns people about what they are doing wrong and what will happen if they don’t change their ways.
So is the Sasquatch real, or just a big hoax that many have participated in for decades?