Why do people believe in Bigfoot?

Bigfoot believers print to the eyewitness accounts – more than 3,000 in all – of towering apelike creatures said to wander the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere. Roughly 10,000 supposed Bigfoot tracks have been reported since the early 1800s – although these prints vary wildly. (Older tracks show four toes; newer ones to have five.) Today the beast is a central figure in cryptozoology the study of legendary creatures, and cryptozoologists (people who study said legendary creatures) think Bigfoot represents a “missing link” between humans and our hairy ancestors. Yet despite decades of Bigfoot hunting, no one has recovered a body of the beast – a fact often cited by nonbelievers as proof that Bigfoot is bogus.


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