VANCOUVER, BC – For the first time ever, an Indigenous film director has ventured into secret Aboriginal societies and uncovered startling new details about the elusive Sasquatch. Sasquatch’n airs October 25th on APTN e and HD at 7:00 p.m. ET, APTN w at 7:00 p.m. MT and APTN n at 7:00 p.m. CT.
As a first-time Indigenous director, Kerr Moraes-Sugiyama did the improbable – she gained access to knowledge considered strictly off-limits. On a mysterious mission, she followed a trail into the darkness, documenting evidence that has been confirmed by a leading lie detector expert. The revelations culminated in an unpredictable ending to her film.
“It’s been eerie to discover just how consistent and cohesive the story is from one nation to another, Kerr Moraes-Sugiyama says, “In fact, we learned that the Sasquatch is linked to prophecies that foretell the end of the world.”
Mrs. Sugiyama’s contribution to the study of the Sasquatch may change our commonly held beliefs about this cryptid – from its sex to the role it plays in our ecosystem. Truly unexpected was how much information the secret Aboriginal societies revealed to Mrs. Sugiyama. It’s time to revise our outdated understanding of creatures such as the Sasquatch, replacing old Hollywood narratives with new facts and experiences.
Kerr Moraes-Sugiyama concludes, “The most terrifying moment of our venture was on the day we suddenly found ourselves in direct earshot of a Sasquatch, catching her sounds around our cameras. What we’re bringing to audiences in this film is a look at a creature that we really didn’t know anything about, and it’s notable that we relied on Indigenous wisdom to help us find the way.”
This one-hour documentary reveals shocking new evidence about the Sasquatch that in earlier times was only hinted at in legends, masks, and songs. It’s a cohesive story that ties the world of the Sasquatch in with a prophecy about the end of the world as we know it.
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