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How to Photograph Sasquatch
Professional photographer George Lance has spent his life trying to photograph Sasquatch. Though most people think he’s nuts, Lance swears that the Missing Link is real. Here’s his advice for how to photograph the elusive Sasquatch:
- Sasquatches don’t like to be photographed, but they are jealous. If you loudly brag about having a photo of a dracula, a sasquatch might show up.
- Sasquatches don’t want to eat children, but they think they do. A group of helpless children only increases your chances of a sasquatch encounter.
- Sasquatches live in cold, damp woods. Be prepared to dress warmly in furry body-jackets with matching furry face-coverings and boots. If you see another sasquatch-hunter, acknowledge him by loudly roaring and running into the woods.
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