Pennsylvania Becomes Hotbed Of Bigfoot Sightings

If catching a glimpse of a real, live Bigfoot has been on your bucket list, you might want to plan a trip to Pennsylvania.

Indeed, Pennsylvania now ranks as the third best place to catch a glimpse of a Sasquatch.

These findings came to light thanks to the Travel Channel’s new show In Search of Monsters, which analyzed the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) collection of sightings data.

1340 from 23,000 sightings in Pennsylvania

According to the BFRO, which dubs itself “the only scientific research organization exploring the Bigfoot/Sasquatch mystery,” of the 23,000 Bigfoot sighting reports they have on file, 1340 of them came from The Keystone State (although the site notes that there may be significant under-representation in some areas that lack sufficient internet access or computers).

The Philadelphia Inquirer recently reported on the growing popularity of Bigfoot hunting in Pennsylvania, with some cryptid searchers even viewing it as a fun weekend pastime.

1st: Washington, 2nd: California

Though Bigfoot’s popularity may be on the rise in Pennsylvania, both California and Washington have PA beat when it comes to the sheer numbers. California was deemed the second best place to look for Sasquatch with over 1697 sightings reported, while Washington leads the country with 2032 sightings in all.

If you do happen to run into a Sasquatch, keep in mind that your reactions may have certain legal repercussions. For example, it’s illegal to shoot Bigfoot in some states. And if you want to register that sighting, you can submit it online at BFRO.

Have you ever seen a bigfoot around where you live?

Original Article:http://strangesounds.org/2019/06/pennsylvania-bigfoot-singhting-hunting-activities.html

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