Posted by: Guy Edwards on February 19th, 2011
Honeydew melons and peacocks are on the menu for Bigfoot in a town called Gasquet, California. Hair samples have been analyzed and determined to be of primate origin.
The Triplicate, a newsource in California, provides this excerpt:
Kirk Stewart, the owner of a residence on French Hill Road, is still waiting on detailed analysis of hair samples he collected after a night three years ago when he thinks Bigfoot broke through a wire fence, plucked about seven of his peacocks and then made off with them.
The next morning, Stewart said he found a trampled fence and a piece of his peacock pen peeled off. He also noticed feathers on the ground and on a tree limb about 7 feet high.
“I was thinking it was a bear, up until I had seen how it opened the pen,” said Stewart.
As he assessed the damage, Stewart said he happened upon a clump of about 16 hairs attached to one of the barbs on his fence. They were about 7 inches long with a fine texture and a slight curl.
“The hairs are the smoking gun,” he said.
You can read the rest of the story at BigfootLunchClub.com
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