TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
2010, Gila National Forest, New Mexico: Man Discovers Bigfoot Tunnels
Dennis Taupeman was hiking along Catwalk Trail in the Gila National Forest. No one else was on the trail, which he thought was odd for the time of year. Then he saw at the top of one of the bends on the gorge, a very hairy man leap up in the air. When the figure landed, it seemed to sink into the ground.
Intrigued, Taupeman scrambled up the gorge. When he got to the spot where the hairy apeman disappeared, he saw Bigfoot pints in the dirt around a patch of weeds. Taupeman looked closely and saw that there was a tunnel entrance hidden in the weeds.
Taupeman’s natural instinct was to leave immediately, but he was curious. So he entered the tunnel, though he did not leap in like the creature. Taupeman only went about twenty, thirty, forty feet into the tunnel before it got too dark for him to go on without fear of hurting himself.
Taupeman concluded that Bigfoot lives most of its life in these or similar tunnels and must have excellent night vision.