|KSNT FOX21’s Abbie Burke Looks for Bigfoot|
The Sasquatch Outpost has become more than a store with bigfoot mechandise, it has become a bgfoot museum, complete with a map for local Coloradians to pin their own bigfoot encounters.
Two local TV news rporters decided to go "squatchin'" with Jim and Daphne Myers who co-own the store.
Below is the video with a snip-it from the companion article from KSNT FOX21 News.
FOX21’s Abbie Burke and Ray Harless went out with the Myers in search of Bigfoot, but were unsuccessful.
However, just months before, Kevin Lynn said he had an encounter nearby.
Lynn and a friend went searching for Sasquatch in late July along the Colorado Trail in the Lost Creek Wilderness Area.
“It started to get dark and we decided we needed to find a flat place to set up camp and also get a fire going,” said Lynn.
“We did some calls and some tree knocks at night and after about 11 p.m. we kind of settled in and called it a night. Probably two or three in the morning we heard loud tree knocks and whooping or calling, from some sort of creature or more than one. We heard it from behind our tent as well as out in front of our tent. The only thing we figured is that they were calling between each other and they knew we were there. We actually got to the point where we couldn’t go back to sleep because it happened for several hours.”
No one has officially been able to prove Bigfoot’s existence, but those who believe say a mind can be changed in an instant.
“It only takes one sighting and you’re an instant believer,” said Daphne.
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