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- 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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