Big foot, big…
It’s the Sasquatch, Skunk Ape, and all things big and hairy. This country has seen it’s fair share ever since 1958, when the Humboldt Times ran an article about guys in California who discovered rather large and mysterious 16″ footprints.
The reporter wrote, “Maybe we have a relative of the Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas?”
And thus, the Bigfoot myth began.
Sightings of the legendary creature span out across the states, 23,000 in all. But one state stands out as the most, biggest, Bigfoot wilderness known to man:
As of right now, this state boasts a crazy 2,032 reported sightings.
Quickly followed by California at 1,697 reports.
And Pennsylvania, at 1340.
Is it Harry and the Hendersons? Or is something more sinister… afoot.