Bill Dayholos Sasquatch Bust
My name is Bill Dayholos. I’m 53 years old and and call Manitoba, Canada my home. I subscribe to your Streamlink and have enjoyed listening to your program for 10 years now. I have been a Remote Viewer for 9 years now, all starting form one of your shows that introduced it to me six months prior. I’m currently writing a book on my research with Remote Viewing and other tools at my disposal. I have been actively researching a 5000 year old native site here in Manitoba.
Upon making trips into the remote archeological site I found myself crossing the path of a strange creature call sasquatch. My experiences with this creature allowed me to access it via Remote Viewing, which revealed a lot of interesting information about "its ways". This includes a model for communication between the species. I have been sculpting for three years now and during Remote Viewing sessions of watching two different sasquatches I decided to sculpt one of them.
I had seen the examples of other artist renderings and was not impressed by most images showing them as evil beasts. The one I became familiar with is very soft looking and appears gentle. She is very old and has gray hair. The famous Patterson film shows a black sasquatch with long hair on its brow. I have watched for this many times and there is very little on the one I sculpted, if it is there, it is very short and dense. I also believe that it could be because of her age.
It has been recognized that there are more than one species (east and west ones) in North America. I believe this and also believe that there are regional and "family" differences in appearances. The bust shown is 10 inches high and my next sculpture is R V’ing Cleopatra. It will not be finished for a few weeks but you can see it after it is done at dragonfly-studios.ca. I also found it quite synchronistic that when I was sculpting the sasquatch and listening to your program at the same time someone phoned in and asked the guest if anyone had remote viewed a sasquatch.
– Bill Dayholos
4 Comments on “Bill Dayholos Sasquatch Bust”
--In this case although the artist called the sculpture a remote viewing, I think in more practical terms we could call it an artist's impression based on the local media descibing Bigfoot (although not consciously remembered and recalled as if a "Psychic impression") in other words I find this to be a good artistic impression in agreement with other individuals of the Eastern Bigfoot type.
My own destroyed clay bust was something I had a drawing of, though, and here is a copy that I had sent to the SITU around 1982 (later returned to me), scanned and coloured over again (because the scan destroyed all legibility of the colours)
Alex Evans just came out with a Bigfoot bust which she is offering commercially. The bust would count as her impression of the many reports in the area in and around Indiana and Illinois. I am adding that part in here because it seems to me that both busts are trying to express approximately the same sort of facial anatomy.The primary difference would be that Bill Dayholos was trying to represent a female with a thin growth of fine hair and Alex Evans was representing a male with a full coat of coarse hair and a large beard that runs into the chest hairs. That last description is rather common for the Eastern Bigfoot. This is what Alex has posted on her facebook wall:
The size of these sculptures is a nice size for a shelf or desk being 7 1/2" high and 9" across. The width is 5 1/4" They weigh approx. 6lbs also. If someone would want a wooden base, let me know and I can have one mounted atop a stained and finished base for you.......a bit more but if it's what you want, we can get it for you!
This brown Sasquatch is made from an original I sculpted and I am offering them in different colors/finishes. They will be a limited edition of only 250 made, signed and numbered by me. Since they are hand painted individually, no two will be exactly alike. I am offering a few color combinations and for an additional fee, can customize one for you in your face/hair/eye colors. They are made in the U.S.A. and are of a high quality poly resin. For now the cost is $148 each (plus shipping). Message me with any questions, I have more views of each of them and will be adding more : ) Thanks for looking at my sculptures!