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Bigfoot Goes to College: A Whimsical Watercolor

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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.

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*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.

If you would like to read more Bigfoot posts, you might like these:

Bigfoot Affirmations for a Groovy State of Mind

Only Bigfoot Can Save Us

 

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