TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
1986, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota: Hiker Sees Bigfoot Goop
Sam Kinder was hiking in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park around dusk. Kinder said he heard a slow drip up ahead.
“It sounded like when you empty a can of soup into the pan, that sort of long sluck,” Kinder reported.
As he approached the sound he saw that there was a whitish, goo dripping from the branches uphead.
“I seen enough horror movies, where the hillbilly goes and sticks his fingers or s stick into the alien goop and it scoots up that stick and starts taking over his body. I didn’t go near it,” Kinder said.
Instead, Kinder walked around the trees where the goop dripped down. When pressed to explain the origin of the slime, Kinder simply smiles and says, “Bigfoot, obviously.”