December 19, 2018
COAST TO COAST AM
With George Noory
Navajo tribal member Brenda Harris has been a Sasquatch researcher for most of her life. Harris recalled her first encounter at the age of about 9 when something apparently stalked the trailer home where her family lived. She said it would "scratch all the way across the bottom of the bedroom window" late at night and emit a very unpleasant odor. She recalled that a family kitten was later found dead in a tree with its claws stuck in the bark like it had tried to escape from something and was scared literally to death.
Soon after, on an early morning trip to her grandmother's house her parents were startled by something large and hairy that crossed the road in front of them. Harris heard a Navajo radio station warning about a "Yé'iitsoh" (the Navajo word for "monster") in the area. Many years later, when she was married with a family of her own, one of the creatures actually appeared at her doorstep. Harris said that she opened her front door to see "a tall-black figure" standing inches from her, which bolted into the night.
Harris also described a dramatic encounter in the Chuska Mountains on the Navajo reservation, in which, accompanied by her terrified sister, a group of the entities appeared to hold onto her jeep when they attempted to escape. Harris said that she senses "a lot of evil" around the Sasquatch creatures.
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W. O. Belfield, Jr.