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Multiple news sources (real ones like Fox) are reporting that a couple of guys from Georgia have recovered the body of a bigfoot in Northern Georgia. The body is suppose to be reveled sometime the end of the week. Now I’m not one to shy away from mysterious critter stories( Ohio Maine North Carolina ) but this one has got to take the cake.
Now I know there are many out there that believe in the existence of bigfoot as a matter of fact this past deer season while driving to my hunting lease I heard a show about it. Come to find out according to the callers North Carolina had a number of reported sightings. I spend a lot of time in the woods and have never encountered one but that doesn’t prove much.
Based on the size alone it is hard to believe a critter this big could move around freely without more sightings and clear documentation that one exists. The guys in Georgia reported that they saw other bigfoots fleeing from them so I guess we can assume they travel in family group at least. I can’t believe we don’t have more sightings then we do.

I remember as a young EMT in Western Massachusetts getting a call for a tractor trailer accident. We rolled up on the scene of a rural fairly straight road with a tractor trailer truck into a telephone pole on the wrong side of the road. The driver was a French Canadian that insisted he had swerved to miss a moose in the road. At the time a moose in the road is about as rare as it would be here in North Carolina. I was convinced the driver had been drinking and told the investigating State Trooper that because the driver continued to insist he swerved to miss a moose. A week later I opened the newspaper and on the front page was a photograph of a moose chasing a local farmer’s mare around the pasture. How or where that critter came from I don’t know but it was a real shocker.

Now 20 years latter Western Massachusetts has a small moose population. Will Bigfoots become as common in Northern Georgia? I don’t know but the results of what these remains are will be interesting.