2016, Pike County, Ohio: Bigfoot Attacks Meth Lab

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2016, Pike County, Ohio: Bigfoot Attacks Meth Lab

Detective Ahmed Richy reports that a meth trailer in the woods of Pike County was attacked by a Bigfoot. Or at least some powerful humanoid creature. The siding of the trailer was ripped open like a tin can. There were gash marks clearly made by claws. There were wild hair samples stuck to the sharp edges of the ripped open trailer walls. The inside of the trailer was completely smashed up, demolished in a way that only a beastman could have accomplished. In addition, there were 17 inch paw prints scattered around in the dirt around the trailer.

Detective Richy is certain that the meth trailer was targeted by the Bigfoot because of the noxious odors coming from it.

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2016, Lake Hiddenwood, South Dakota: Bigfoot in Playground

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2016, Lake Hiddenwood, South Dakota: Bigfoot in Playground

Maddy and Connor Bosarge were racing to play on the playground near where their family was camping in Lake Hiddenwood Park. Maddy who was six and Connor who was 11, stopped dead in their tracks when they saw a huge Bigfoot sitting on the top of the swing set.

“We know what Bigfoot looks like from library books,” Maddy stated matter of factly.

“Maddy knows more about Bigfoot than me,” Connor admits, “but I at least know what he looks like.”

“Yes, I am going to be a cryptozoologist when I grow up,” Maddy boasts, “So this isn’t going to be the last time I see Bigfoot, I guess.”

“Maddy said we should just leave Bigfoot alone, so we just turned around and went down by the creek.”

“Yes. I think Bigfoot was thinking about stuff. Or at least he looked like he was,” Maddy assured.

The children’s parents just think the two are quite the characters.

2016, Uwharrie National Forest, North Carolina: Bigfoot Juice Experiment

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2016, Uwharrie National Forest, North Carolina: Bigfoot Juice Experiment

Housewife and blogger Robyn Rook invented a juice that she claimed would attract Bigfoot. The unimaginatively named Bigfoot Juice was made from a secret combination of fruits and berries, native to North America. One person who tried the juice himself said it tasted a lot like ordinary cranberry juice.

In order to boost sales of her product, Rook orchestrated a publicity stunt in which she left big open vats of Bigfoot Juice around Uwharrie Forest. The local news sponsored the motion activated cameras set up to record the inevitable arrival of Bigfoot.

Unsurprisingly no Bigfoot showed up. Rook’s sales spiked, then dropped off completely. Rook stopped production of Bigfoot juice in 2017 and deleted her blog.