Read all about it: Bigfoot goes to college!
Because of growing up in Oregon, I have a long-time fascination with Bigfoot sightings.
This fascination led me to discover an interesting documentary on Amazon about Bigfoot the other day. (Here’s the documentary*.)
One part of the documentary detailed the common characteristics of most “Bigfoot encounters”. For instance, people frequently report being in a cabin in the woods and hearing really large rocks rain down on their cabin roof (as if thrown by a strong creature) for long stretches of time.
This was a recurring theme in the documentary.
Anyhow, the other day, I was walking down a tree-lined street ob campus and passed by a row of cars. Something heavy and hard fell from one of the trees and hit the roof of one of the cars.
It sounded like a rock, and I reflexively thought “Bigfoot!”
Okay, I don’t really think there are Bigfeet on my college campus, but that would be pretty cool if there were.
*By the way, this documentary suggests that rather than being some kind of half-human creature, Bigfoot is actually an undiscovered species of forest ape living in North America, and it gives some interesting evidence to back this up.
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