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Monday, October 27, 2014


A Southwest Virginia man says he has seen Bigfoot five times!
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'Killing Bigfoot': Sad days for poor Sasquatch
Is it possible to feel sorry for something that doesn't exist? If so, then Bigfoot deserves our sympathies. Tales of Sasquatch or "wild men" have been

These Guys Want To Kill Bigfoot, And They Want The Whole World To Know
Jim Lansdale, Vietnam veteran and co-founder of the Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization (GCBRO) is on a very specific and controversial

Eduardo S├ínchez talks about his kick-ass Bigfoot film “Exists”
It is a Bigfoot creature feature like no other. Eduardo took out some time to chat with Media Mikes again about his kick-ass Bigfoot film and what we 

Was it a Bigfoot these people witnessed or was it a natural wildlife misidentification? They determine to Hunt the Truth thus their hunt continues … 

Russian Children Attack Wounded Bigfoot! (Video)
In this Russian (blurry as heck of course) cell phone footage, 2 young children attack (what looks like) a wounded Bigfoot. Footage includes the

Visit the grave of Bigfoot, a victim of Mt. Saint Helens' explosion
We feature lots of weird final resting places here at Roadtrippers, from the cursed The Black Angel of Oakland Cemetery, to a grave with a window in

New Bigfoot From Michigan Looks Familiar
John Freeman has been very lucky the pass couple of years capturing some interesting footage of what he says is Bigfoot living on his property.

Watch Bigfoot Hunter "Granpa" Larry Davis Talk About His 5 Encounters
"Now I've taken 3 reports already this year of bigfoot activity. Around Here? Twelve reports in Wythe County. I'm getting 'em out of Smith County.

Michigan Man Shares 'Bigfoot' Video
A Michigan resident on Friday said he believes he has captured the images of a “Sasquatch” walking on his property located in the northern part of the 

Geocacher finds massive footprint in the middle of nowhere
He thinks he may have found a footprint that belongs Bigfoot: Among other things ... Bigfoot Evidence: Ron Morehead Explains Bigfoot Elusiveness.

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