Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Check Out These New Bigfoot Sightings!

Alex over at sent us this article with some of the latest and awesome bigfoot sightings. Check it out:
Believe me people. The tall hairy creatures known as Bigfoot are seen everywhere. They are witnessed by extremely credible, normal people who have nothing to gain and everything to lose by telling their stories. To help convince you, I wanted to take a stab at compiling the most incredible Bigfoot sightings of the century (and also, Animal Planet has an old list that kinda sucks, so I wanted to bring some energy and passion to the topic).

I guarantee you’ve never heard all of these, so please have a read, a listen, and a watch of the craziest, weirdest, eeriest, and most exciting Bigfoot sightings I could find.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Washington, lies between the breathtaking Mt. Rainier and the splendor of the Olympic National Forest. Just to the south, Route 507 runs through a densely wooded area. In May of 2016, just after dawn, a lifelong outdoorsman, familiar with all the local game, headed out on a fishing trip with a couple friends. They saw a figure sitting next to a pile of green plastic garbage bags by the side of the road.

The figure was only three-feet-high while crouched over the bags, although they estimated the overall height would be about six feet. It was covered in shiny black hair, even on its ears. It had a large head with a sagittal crest along the skull. They saw a wide nose, a lantern-shaped jaw, and a protruding eyebrow ridge like a Neanderthal.

The figure extended a long arm, which was covered in black hair to the knuckles, and dropped some garbage. They could distinctly see four fingers and a thumb as the creature twice discarded garbage from its search of the bags.

One of the friends glanced up the hill and spied a larger version of the same creature watching from the treeline. They guessed that this parental figure was guarding the juvenile creature as it foraged by the road.

Read the full list of sightings over at 

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