Thursday, September 16, 2010

ABC 30 reports Bigfoot sightings on the rise in Fresno County

Recently ABC 30 did a short newspiece on multiple Bigfoot sightings in the foothills and mountain regions of Fresno County. Gene Haagenson interviewed several people in the area who have claimed to have witnessed the legendary creature in some capacity.

One was a member of the Mono Indian tripe and says he was in the woods once and smelt a strong odor and associated it with Bigfoot (there have been multiple occurences of a strong rotten egg like odor accompanying a visual encounter of Bigfoot). Another was a Northfork resident who heard strange sounds outside her window one night. Only later, when she heard similiar sounds on a Bigfoot sight did she realize what was outside her window was a Bigfoot. The newspiece then mentions a Bigfoot museum in Santa Cruz and then goes into how many people have taken the search of Bigfoot seriously.










I actually liked the piece, as they weren't trying to make these people out to be a bunch of cooks and portrayed them as normal people who just witnessed something strange. Mainstream science still hasn't taken the idea of Bigfoot seriously, but with the ever increasing amount of evidence being gathered it's only a matter of time before they do.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyone interested in accompanying Drs. and Bigfoot researchers this weekend in Yosemite Natl. Park?

We are leaving from Newman, California at 0430 on Saturday.

Here is our email and contact info.

doctorsresearch@live.com

Michael said...

I would love to if I didn't have a previous engagement this weekend. Good luck on your hunt and contact me if you guys get anything. I'd be more than happy to put something up on here for others to see.

Anonymous said...

Anyone interested in accompanying Drs. and Bigfoot researchers this weekend in Yosemite Natl. Park?

We are leaving from Newman, California at 0430 on Saturday.

Here is our email and contact info.

doctorsresearch@live.com
830-461-1074

Dr. TF
Dr. Delgado