Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Finding Bigfoot To Investigate Sasquatches Displaced By Colorado Fires [Burnt Bigfoot]
The Waldo Canyon Fire that burned through 18,247 acres in Pike National Forest near Colorado Springs, was the most destructive fire in Colorado history. It incinerated over 340 homes and recent damage estimates are approaching hundreds of millions of dollars. Tragically, two people lost their lives to the fire.
During natural disasters, while people are confused and running for their lives, animals that are trying to escape are just as confused. According to reports, the number of Bigfoot sightings tend to increase when floods and forest fires occur. The BFRO believes that events such as the recent Colorado fires may cause some Bigfoots to be displaced, resulting in more encounters with humans. Because of the possible impact on Bigfoots the fires may have caused, BFRO President, Matt Moneymaker tweeted that the Finding Bigfoot crew is planning on making a trip to Colorado next month to look for "Sasquatches displaced by the fires".
It's not clear whether the producers of the popular TV show on Animal Planet will be holding their usual town hall meeting anywhere near the Colorado Springs area, but Moneymaker assured his followers that a tweet will be sent out once they're in town. "I don't know if we'll be announcing a townhall meeting in Colorado, but at some point I'll tweet where we'll be eating dinner, etc." Moneymaker wrote.