Bigfoot has again been spotted. A Pennsylvania hiker saw not one, but two fur-covered, ape-like creatures taking a walk in the woods. He believes it to be none other than the infamous beast known as Bigfoot. The hiker told The Huffington Post that he was driving in his car through the park and snapped a few photos of the double Bigfoot sighting. He refuses to believe the “realistic” viewpoint that the creatures were in fact two black bears. Bears are much bigger in width and more rounded all over. The creatures he claims to have seen and photographed were very streamlined. The hiking man, Mr. John Stoneman, said the creature was standing like a man. Stoneman declares he’s a skeptic when it comes to these sorts of things, but what he saw cannot be ignored.
Also in Bigfoot news this week, DNA was discovered by several scientists and doctors, proving that Sasquatch actually exists, though most scientists will be the first to debunk such a titillating find. The information right now appears to be false. Bigfoot sightings have been made known for over ninety-two years and there’s even a map for those who truly believe and want to spend their time tracking the human-like animal throughout North America, with appearances witnessed more on the East Coast of The United States than any other place. The sightings also happen to be very common, which leads to the debate of whether or not the creatures are real or just an on-going hoax.
Bigfoot has been said to be from six feet to nine feet tall with a weight of five hundred pounds. The fur is often described as being dark brown or reddish in color. The creature may even have six toes and carry an extremely unpleasant odor to those who have “encountered” it. Don’t fret about its harmful tendencies since some believe the man-like animal survives mainly on an omnivorous diet.
Several movies have been made about Sasquatch, from the family comedy Harry and the Hendersrons to an episode of The X-Files, where the creature was referred to as The Jersey Devil. The truth is out there, Agent Mulder
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