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What’s the Deal With: The Skagit-Squatch?

A man, a dream and a garage full of sasquatches

Michael Vail, wearing a Bigfoot costume, shows off some of the wood carvings and statues as he gestures towards his handmade carvings.
Michael Vail, wearing a Bigfoot costume, shows off some of the wood carvings and statues he made with a chainsaw. Vail dons the costume during festivals and holidays, including Halloween. (Julia Lerner/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
The Skagit-Squatch, a museum just off the Highway 20 in Burlington, is home to more than 700 iterati
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