Books·Canadian

Nahganne

Nahganne is a book by Red Grossinger.

Red Grossinger

An illustration of a sasquatch and its shadow are in the centre of the book cover with a drawing of a map as the background.

Nahganne: Tales of the Northern Sasquatch is about giant bipedal, forest dwelling, hirsute hominoid entities. For as long as humans have been around the North, the activities of these giants have been observed in many places, but only a few people have taken the time to share their stories of coming in contact with these forest giants. In the North they have been given many regional names; although they are commonly known as Nahganne or Sasquatch. The book presents activities occurring in the North such as sightings, strange vocals, discovery of large human-liked footprints, strange animal reaction, and weird tree events. It also contains bits of history about northern North America plus details about the First Nation Peoples and their history. In the book, Red Grossinger investigates and analyses the many reports that he has received with details about the encounters and occurrences. (From Durvile & UpRoute Books)

Born in Quebec, Red Grossinger is Huron Métis. He is a retired Canadian Army Officer and as a Sasquatch enthuasist, has travelled extensively throughout the Yukon. 

Interview with Red Grossinger

Yukoner Red Grossinger has been collecting stories about Sasquatch in the North since his first encounter in 1997. Now at 81-years-old, he is set to publish his first book this fall. Red joined us on Trail's End to tell us more.

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