posted on Apr, 8 2007 @ 02:11 PM
BAY CITY, Mich., April 7 (UPI) -- Several residents around Michigan's Tobico Marsh say the recent appearance of broken trees may be the handiwork of
Regional artist Lynn Conley told the Bay City (Mich.) Times that when she and a friend discovered between 15 to 20 oak and poplar trees snapped off
near the marsh last month, her immediate thoughts were of the mythical creature.
"I looked at it really carefully," the 52-year-old said of the group of trees. "I thought at first it might have been a bear. But there were no
claw marks, just snaps.
"My first inclination was Bigfoot," she added. "Honestly, it was so weird. The air was eerie. It was something I can't even hardly describe."
Bay City State Recreation Area official Mike Evanoff dismissed the claims, but did recognize the positive impact a resident Bigfoot would have on the
"There's probably a logical explanation," he told the Times.
"I think if we did have a Bigfoot sighting that would be very beneficial," he added, "then we could put some tours together and have a promotional
opportunity for the park and the community."
[edit on 8-4-2007 by theutahbigfoothunter]