TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
1987, Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire: Bigfoot Terrorizes New Year’s Day Revelers
Robert Stott had organized a massive outdoor New Year’s Eve rave dance party in a remote clearing in Franconia Park. There were over 100 people still at the party at daybreak. Though, most people had left hours ago, the partiers who remained were having a great time dancing.
All of the sudden, a large tree flew over the heads of the dancers to smash into the DJ table. The tree trunk completely destroyed the turntables and knocked the DJ over. Just as the music stopped and most of the dancers started to notice the silence, large clumps of snow started to pelt the dancers. These massive snowballs knocked people off their feet. As the party goers panicked and started to scattered, Stott saw the source of the attack.
Two large angry looking Bigfoot were standing in the tree line screaming and howling and throwing snow balls at the party. Stott likes to think that the Bigfoot were really hungover from the previous night’s party and took it out on his rave.