BIGFOOT TRAPPED BY NORCAL FANATIC! 

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Bigfoot’s favorite: raw organic free-range chicken...
Another trap is set... with mixed results
3:07 p.m.— chicken on trees.
neatly tied up in cheesecloth...
"Park staff had no such records..."
A fox helps itself to a banana.
A deer shows up late to the banquet.
The haunted forest at night.
Not the weapons of choice.
The author and his game-cam. The trap is set.
Bigfoot’s habitat: Humboldt County’s Redwood National and State Park.
A still frame, featuring “Patty,” from the infamous 1967 Patterson-Gimlin Film.
Illustration of “The Old Man” — over 8 feet tall, 800 pounds — from Roger Patterson’s 1966 book Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist? Drawn one year prior to shooting his famous footage.
6:07 p.m.—no chicken, slight jostling and possibly a shoulder leaving the picture (squint and look real hard) in the last frame.
Game-cam test shot. Is this thing on?
...and bungee-corded to trees.
Illustration of “The Old Lady” — 7 feet tall, 600 pounds — from Roger Patterson’s 1966 book Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist? Drawn one year prior to shooting his famous footage.
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