Researchers head for Michigan to look for Bigfoot

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June 27, 2007 13:07

Researchers will visit Michigan's Upper Peninsula next month to search for evidence of the legendary creature known as "Bigfoot" or "Sasquatch." The expedition will center in eastern Marquette County, said Matthew Moneymaker of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. The Upper Peninsula is the part of Michigan between lakes Superior and Michigan. "We'll be looking for evidence supporting a presence. ... We hope to meet local people who might have seen a Sasquatch or heard of someone else who had an encounter," Moneymaker told the Daily Press of Escanaba. Most experts consider the Bigfoot legend to be a combination of folklore and hoaxes, but some authors and researchers think the stories could be true.


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