Every spring and summer in North America, there are numerous Bigfoot sightings claimed. And just about every year we are hit with fantastic claims of definitive proof for Bigfoot (or Sasquatch)... but they always fade into nothing. Perhaps there will be some footprints, enigmatic hair samples, or fuzzy videos, but the wild claims of Bigfoot bodies never materialize.
Now a hunter is telling the Erickson Project -- an organized project seeking Bigfoot evidence -- that two Bigfoot were shot: an adult and a juvenile. What happened to the bodies? Well, that's the question. It is being suggested that the hunter took them, possibly cut them up and put the pieces on ice. All that has been found or handed over for analysis are bits of flesh, which are being DNA tested.
An organization call the Olympic Project might have the bodies, saying they have enough Bigfoot samples to last for years.
Does this make sense? If they have the bodies, why would they be content dishing out small samples "for years." If they have full bodies -- that's the news! That's what needs to be studied, not small slabs of flesh.
We can't help but be highly skeptical. Show the bodies! Let's see the photos of the bodies! Why the secrecy? If true, this would be the cryptozoological story of the century. But all we get are second-hand accounts. Until we see this evidence, this latest claim smells worse than a rotting Sasquatch cadaver.