Famous Bigfoot Hunter Visits Uwharrie National Forest
When he's not drinking Snapple, Tom Biscardi is combing the woods looking for bigfoot. Propelling himself into the spotlight during the famous Georgia Hoax, Biscardi has become a well known entity in the bigfoot world. His team recently visited the Uwharrie National Forest looking for the elusive creature.
Tom Biscardi and his team will be searching for the elusive Bigfoot this weekend in the Uwharrie National Forest.
Biscardi, who says he has been on the lookout since 1967 and that people call him the “Godfather of Bigfoot,” is collaborating with Michael Greene of Salisbury, who regularly looks for signs of the creature also known as sasquatch or yeti.
Greene has shot thermal imaging videos with a remote camera at night that shows an apparition moving through trees and snatching what Greene says is a Zagnut candy bar.
The Bigfoot team was at The Courier-Tribune office Friday. Biscardi displayed molds of what he said are bigfoot feet prints. He said fingerprint experts have called the molds “the real deal. Anatomical anthropologists have said every print is museum quality.”
The molds were from prints discovered in Texas, Biscardi said.
Asked what he hoped to do at Uwharrie, Biscardi said, “We want to bring one back.” He said they would be going to a remote area that Greene has frequented.
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