Which State is Missing from USA Today’s List of ‘Best States for Bigfooting’

Posted by: Guy Edwards on October 29th, 2014

Oregon is Missing from USA Today’s top 8 Bigfoot States

In an article promoting an upcoming Destination America special titled “Killing Bigfoot” USA Today decides to ask the Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization (GCBRO) for the top states for Bigfooting. Oregon is noticeably absent. Below is a tease of the first few states.

Northwest Louisiana

The Toledo Bend Reservoir, on the Sabine River between Texas and Louisiana near the city of Natchitoches, is a prime area for Bigfoot sightings, sometimes generating two reports a month. The GCBRO has seen “packs” of Bigfoot here, roaming across four or five parishes.

East Texas

Landsdale reports there is heavy activity continuing along the Sabine River through Greg, Harrison and Panola counties in Texas. Five months ago a GCBRO group saw a total of five young creatures scampering around the area in a single day.

Southeast Oklahoma

The Kiamichi Mountains are a hotbed of Bigfoot activity. A GCBRO member that owns 40 acres in the area claims to routinely get Bigfoot visits around his cabin. A word of caution: The creatures in this area are said to be especially aggressive.

Find out what the rest of the states are and which ones they left out at Bigfoot Lunch Club: USA Today Names the Top 8 States for Bigfoot “Hunting” and Forgets Oregon

Guy Edwards About Guy Edwards
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event HopsSquatch.com.


2 Responses to “Which State is Missing from USA Today’s List of ‘Best States for Bigfooting’”

  1. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    I live in East Texas. I haven’t seen five in one day, but I’ve seen several so far this year, all in a triangle made by Tyler, Athens, and Canton.

  2. Grasshopper responds:

    Uh, duh, leave out Oregon?

    PoeticsOfBigfoot: I used to live in Jacksonville, and have been all through that area. Plenty creepy enough! Never experienced anything odd there though. Then I moved to the outskirts of Nacogadoches, (for a couple of years) near the Angelina River. That became a whole other story……..I still remember odd things I saw or heard that didn’t make sense at the time, but they sure do now! LOL!




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