Sunday, November 06, 2016
Returned to a spot along the Cumberland Trail where it appeared that I may have caught some Sasquatch on video turkey hunting to take a better look. Lighting and shadows can play tricks on you, this was the same time of day with similar lighting 4 days later. I'm starting to defer to Native American legends on this as they were the only society who widely accepted the existence of Bigfoot across the country. In this area the Cherokee referred to them as Tsul Kalu, this is also very close to where the trail of tears began.
Washington County Vermont (Class B) BFRO
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Will County Illinois (Class A) BFRO
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Haralson County Georgia (Class A) BFRO
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