Cryptozoological Alert: Possible Sasquatch Sighting!

September 5, 2007 at 8:59 pm 1 comment

DC radio station WTOP reported today that a local group, Sasquatch Watch of Virginia (say that ten times fast) is hot on the two-year old trail of the amazing creature known as the Sasquatch. Here’s the emotional crux of the article:

The sighting really scared one of the teenagers in the group.

“It has affected their lives so much. We knew that they weren’t making up a story,” Willard says.

Sasquatch Watch of Virginia investigates Big Foot sightings to prove the creatures exist. Some people may say that requires a body, but Willard is not among the hunt-to-kill crowd.

“If I kill this thing, what if it turns out to be human?” Willard says.

I’m pleased to know that the man on the forefront of Big Foot exploration locally is a man of morals with steadfast beliefs. Any rational cryptozoologist reading the article would realize that in two-years the impossibly muscular thigh-muscles of the adult Sasquatch are enough to carry him at least to China. So, it’s not really fair to mock these hard-working men on the front lines of a respected science.

photo courtesy of ArtBrom

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. sowah  |  February 10, 2008 at 3:06 am

    so yeah relly i’m interested

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