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Directed by Joshua Rofé (“Lorena”), the Hulu series follows gonzo journalist David Holthouse as he investigates an anecdote he heard at a cannabis farm in Northern California in the 1990s. The area best known as a hotbed of cannabis cultivation has gained a reputation in popular culture as a particularly dangerous region, partially due to the Netflix series “Murder Mountain.” While the series has been criticized as sensational, its sentiments are echoed by the longtime cannabis farmers interviewed in “Sasquatch.”

Sources repeatedly caution Holthouse against investigating further or risking his own safety. Despite the fact that these three supposed murders are now 28 years old, sources acknowledge that these deaths are part of a pattern of other missing persons that residents of the area would rather be forgotten.

Rofé recounted one night when Holthouse planned to meet a source without a cameraman. The meeting changed twice, first to a public place in the afternoon, then to 11 p.m. at a location that turned out to be closed. Even Holthouse was nervous at that point, then eight additional people unexpectedly arrived. One of them called yet another source, then offered to immediately drive Holthouse to meet them three hours away, in the middle of the woods. Meanwhile, Rofé was back in a hotel room, wide awake awaiting text updates from Holthouse that he was safe. Holthouse, perhaps wisely, declined the invitation.

While visiting a pot farm in Northern California in 1993, investigative David Holthouse heard a story that still haunts him about a savage Bigfoot attack.

The most interesting true crimes are often the ones that sound so unlikely that they verge on fiction, spiraling from headlines into myths. Hulu’s new series “Sasquatch” covers that type of crime, investigating rumors that three cannabis farmworkers were murdered in a gruesome fashion attributed to legendary forest monster Sasquatch.