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(Some Guy)   Here's a comprehensive list of hundreds of Bigfoot sightings in North America. Did I say Sightings? I meant Shootings   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, bigfoot, River North, Alaska Panhandle, conservation area, Prince of Wales Island  
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2014-07-18 11:37:44 AM  
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That's a really long list for: Zero. There have been zero bigfoot shootings.
2014-07-18 11:37:20 AM  
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FTA:  Note: Long, runs to 61 pages.

Damn, that's a lot of dead bears.
2014-07-18 09:22:20 AM  
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Obviously, none of these claims have panned out yet but it is pretty amazing that for a creature that supposedly does not exist, we have so many excellent shooting stories, often from otherwise credible, ordinary day to day folks who have never been known to make things up or lie.

And yet, somehow, not one of these people photographed or publicly displayed a carcass, and there was never any dead Bigfoot ever found later in the woods (at least none that could be positively identified as such).

Amusing read though. Most of these sound like stories a 3rd grader would make up to try and impress his friend. I especially like the one where Bigfoots came and threw sticks and rocks at an old man's house and gave him a heart attack.
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