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Ask a conventional wildlife biologist about the existence of Sasquatch, you’ll get a flat “no,” probably a funny look. Still, no less a researcher than Dr. Jane Goodall told an interviewer that she was sure that they exist. And the question comes quite close to home when you consider the experiences of people like Dutchess County resident Gayle Beatty.

Beatty grew up loving the visits to her grandparents’ place in Rhinebeck, and when her family moved upriver from Westchester to Pine Plains in the late ’60s, she was one ecstatic 13-year-old. “I’d always been into the outdoors, hunting, fishing, riding,” she says. “So moving to the base of Stissing Mountain was heaven. We called ‘our’ mountain Little Stissing.”

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Category: Weird Desk