The traditional lore states that Bigfoot's natural stomping grounds are somewhere around the Pacific North-West of the United States. But could the Sasquatch actually be hanging out over in Great Britain?
Well, according to the Mirror, one Bigfoot enthusiast has just found conclusive proof that Bigfoot is actually alive and well across the Pond.
Now, as is always the case with these kinds of things, one man's 'conclusive proof' is another man's indiscernible blurry object behind a tree. However, Adam Bird, who snapped the image (and is also, coincidently, the founder of the British Bigfoot Research Organization) claims this could be the best proof yet of a British Bigfoot.
Bird was reportedly following up leads that Bigfoot could be living in the woods near Lincolnshire, England. While walking in the Friskney Nature Reserve, he claims to have found a Sasquatch footprint and also snapped the elusive beast watching him from behind a tree. I'll leave you to judge:
Bird, who claims he also spotted Bigfoot at the age of 15 while on vacation in Florida, explained the images:
My investigators and I were tipped off that this small patch of woodland in Friskney could be a hotspot for Bigfoot beasts. There is at least one reported sighting here, so we decided to check it out.
We stayed there for a few hours that day and felt watched and followed the whole time. I took various photographs throughout the investigation and when I checked back through them I spotted the creepy picture. It looks like a shadowy figure stood within the trees staring at us from afar.
Although the idea of a traditionally American beast living in Britain might seem a little odd, Bird claims there are more Bigfoot sightings than you might think:
My main reason for thinking there is something in the UK is the sheer number of sightings. People have been reporting hairy, upright figures since around the 1870s. One misconception is that the UK doesn't have sightings - but there are many.
These creatures are seen all over the UK, and the phenomenon spreads from Scotland right down to southern England. These people are clearly seeing something and that something cannot be passed off as simply hoaxes or known animals.
Ultimately, Bird concludes: "This is something unknown."
Do you think this is a British Bigfoot?
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