Friday, June 17, 2011

Bigfoot(s) sought in California mountains

Costume maker Philip Morris, who does not believe the Bigfoot legend and claimed the Patterson-Gimlin film was of a person wearing a gorilla suit he made.

(WeirdNews/AOL) California Bigfoot investigators were shocked over Memorial Day weekend when they found strange markings and hair on their pickup truck windows.

Now they're hoping DNA tests will prove once and for all the existence of the legendary man-beast [Buddhist yaksha or rakshasa].

"On the passenger side window, when I first saw it, I almost threw up," said Jeffrey Gonzalez, an AT&T electronics technician and founder of the Sanger Paranormal Society.

Gonzalez and several others were in California's Sierra National Forest searching for evidence to confirm the reality of the creature. When it started to snow at their campsite, they were forced to leave two of their vehicles behind.

"Two days later, we came back to pick up our vehicles and that's when we found the impressions," Gonzalez told AOL Weird News, recalling what he and his companions noticed on the passenger window. More

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