January 31, 2007

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EEK! Archaeologist digs for proof of Sasquatch

BY DAY SHE’S the Stanislaus National Forest’s archaeologist. With a master’s degree in anthropology, she makes sure prehistoric Native American sites in the woods are protected. She’s also the forest’s liaison with the Me-Wuk tribe.

But it’s what Kathy Strain does in her spare time that separates her from Forest Service colleagues.

She’s a Bigfooter. A student of Sasquatch. A yearner for Yeti. A true believer.

“A strong case can be made that Bigfoot exists,” said Strain, whose Jamestown-area home includes a room full of books, videos, cast footprints, notes and reports on the creature. “I’ve seen things I have no other explanation for.”

Yeah, if you’ve lost 95% of you critical faculty. . . . . .

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