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Art exhibition offers new way of thinking about Sasquatch

Season 2024 Episode 167 | 6m 24s

The legend of Bigfoot has captured the public's imagination for decades since news of purported sightings began spreading around the country. But a recently opened art exhibition in Oregon offers a new way of thinking about the mythical creature also known as Sasquatch. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

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