Is sasquatch learning to surf? Bigfoot becoming a beach bum? If a new gigatopithecus population map is accurate, the answer to this question is probably: yes.
A sasquatch researcher made waves with his bigfoot population map that seems to confirm the new reality of urban sasquatches along the southern U.S. coastline, for instance California and Florida.
Bigfoot researcher Josh Stevens took the time to plot out every bigfoot and sasquatch report to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, all 3, 313 of them and his map showed an astonishing result.
While researchers have long assumed bigfoot is a loner who prefers the cover of tall trees and the safe isolation of low-population areas, a new map seems to confirm the existence of a new phenomenon – the urban sasquatch who takes to hot, high population zones of the southern United States, California and Florida for instance. See the blue zones on Josh’s map —>>>
On the East coast in particular, Bigfoot seems to be converging on cities in Florida. How can this even be possible? Are sasquatch and humans living together? Hiding in plain sight, maybe with the help of advanced hair removal technology? Or maybe just taking tours at specific times of year, say spring break and therefore being spotted more easily?
The data isn’t clear. I have contacted the BFRO and Josh Stevens for a further breakdown of the data that could answer these questions. Meanwhile, look out for the Urban Squatch, coming soon to a city near you, especially if you live in California or Florida.
Reminds me of “Urban Squatch.” No wonder he didn’t answer my question when I asked him if there were more of his kind…