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It all started in 1969 when the Board of County Commissioners of Skamania County, Washington realized there were more and more hunters and paranormal investigators flocking to their state in hopes of finding the elusive creature.
The law was amended in 1984 changing the crime from a felony to a gross misdemeanor punishable by a $1,000 fine and/or a one year jail sentence. The amendment also stated that if a coroner concludes Bigfoot to be a humanoid the killer would be charged with homicide.
A Missoula Montana television station (KTMF) is reporting that a 44 year old man was, tragically, struck by two cars and killed while standing on the side of a busy highway at night. A Montana Highway Patrol spokesperson says the victim was (deep breath) dressed up as Sasquatch in an apparent attempt to “get the attention of passing motorists and, through I don’t know what means, make them feel like they saw bigfoot or Sasquatch.” The man, in a costume made from a ghillie suit, was first struck by one car, then run over by another. It’s terribly tragic.
originally posted by: Noncents
a reply to: windword
Man, I'm going to get the mushrooms, go out into the woods, like, deep, like, nature deep... Man, I've been eating the mushrooms for days. And I'm going to dress up like the divine nature of sasquatch, man. I'm going to do it. I made a suit and everything, I've been feeding it the mushrooms too.