TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
2010, Payette National Forest, Idaho: Bigfoot Tears Up Saplings
Park Ranger George Guenther was checking on a new growth area in Payette National Forest. He was charged with counting the new saplings.
As Guenther sat in his jeep making notes on his grid, he was suddenly surprised to see a figure come bounding through the area. The creature was clearly a Bigfoot given its massive size and two foot long stride.
Guenther watched in horror as the monster started pulling up the new little trees. It would swing the uprooted sapling over its head then let the tree fly through the air in random directions.
Guenther counted four trees destroyed this way, before in his anger he started honking the horn and flashing his lights. The Bigfoot was scared off and ran back they way it had come.
In hindsight, Guenther feels lucky the creature did not attack his jeep.