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According to KQED’s website (byline: Rae Alexandra on April 21, 2021), there is a new documentary series called Sasquatch airing on Hulu.
The documentary features David Holthouse as he investigates a triple homicide on a pot farm in Northern California. Upon reading the headline my mind started wondering, Did a bigfoot-type creature really kill three people?
Holthouse has an interesting reason to investigate this true crime topic: in 1993, he was staying at a friend’s cabin on a pot farm when two men approached to say they’d found three mutilated bodies, and they believed “a sasquatch had done it.”
Holthouse has a long history of investigative reporting, so in this series he attempts to solve the mystery, diving deep into the history of the so-called Emerald Triangle, pot farms, and any issues that may be associated with such. Paired with a reported regional belief in the mythical (or real?) creature, this sounds like an interesting case!
I don’t have a Hulu account, but I might sign up to watch this. I love true crime topics and bigfoot, so I admit I’m curious what conclusions Holthouse draws with this case.
Have you watched it or are you going to? If you do, let us know what you think.