People have disappeared in this part of South Dakota
If you love the great outdoors, you’ll love the fresh glacial lakes and prairies of northeastern South Dakota. Another thing you'll love too are the stories of Bigfoot possibly kidnapping people. BFE reader Bob G. is planning a trip to one of the state parks there this week, and he writes:
I'm from MN and I'm planning a hiking trip in NE SD this weekend and I found a state park on the net, near where I will be staying that suits me for hiking and after looking up some info on the park I found that this park has a history of Bigfoot sightings and that the native Indians had always referred the area as haunted and evil and a place to be avoided, well before white men came to the area in the 1800's. You might want to use this in your blog. Link below.
We checked out the link and it's true. According to this excerpt, people have near Sica Hollow:
As the years passed, more and more whites settled the area and the mythical stories about Sica Hollow only grew. It was later believed that some sort of beast or "Big Foot” type man inhabited the dense woods. This fear came to a boiling point when several people disappeared at Sica Hollow in the 1970s.
Anyone still want to join Bob? :-)