Kewaunee Lapseritis, presenter at this weekend’s McMenamins UFO Festival, explains the connection between bigfeet and flying saucers.
WW: Can you tell me about your first encounter with Sasquatch and the Star People?
Kewaunee Lapseritis: Back in
September of 1979, I was on Native American property. I had an
encounter; a Sasquat
Sasquatch6440 SW Capitol Highway, 402-1999, sasquatchbrewery.com. 3-11 pm Monday-Thursday, noon-midnight Friday-Saturday, noon-9 pm Sunday.The taproom, down the street from the original McMenamins loc
Just 60 miles from Portland. And it has a helicopter pad.
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