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article imageAre Broken Trees in Michigan the Work of Bigfoot?

By paigemom     Apr 13, 2007 in Environment
Are a recent rash of broken trees near Tobico Marsh, Michigan evidence that Bigfoot is, well, afoot?
Local resident and 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, she immediately thought of the giant ape-man.
"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. The air was eerie. It was something I can't even hardly describe."
But Bay City State Recreation Area official Mike Evanoff dismissed the claims. He said, "There's probably a logical explanation." Evanoff did, however, admit that a resident sasquatch would have a positive impact on the area.
"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."
I would so love to see a Bigfoot, and yes, I'm convinced they really exist. How about you?
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