We've been looking to prove the existence of Bigfoot for decades, and so far it hasn't happened. That could be because Bigfoot isn't real, or it could be because we're just going about things the wrong way. That's what one anthropologist is betting on as he launches a mission to find a Sasquatch from above.
There are lots of reasons to go on vacation—warm weather, exotic locales, the chance to research a family lineage, or just to get away from it all for a while. But for those of you who like to hunt down local monster legends while on holiday, we've got just the posters for you.
Only a bona fide Bigfoot corpse will ever truly answer the question of whether the elusive furball is real, but that doesn't stop scientist believers from trying to prove Sasquatch exists in other ways. Take this veterinarian and DNA expert who spent five years comparing DNA samples, and came away with what she thinks is proof.
People have been trying for decades to prove the existence of the tall, hairy beast known as Bigfoot. The public is still skeptical, but maybe the problem isn't that Bigfoot isn't real. Maybe the problem is that Bigfoot hunters just haven't had enough incentive yet. One cable network's now on a mission to change that, with a $10 million bounty.
We've seen a lot of alleged images of Bigfoot over the years, and almost all of them seem to be either taken from too far away or are suspiciously blurry. Now a trapper on a trail in Alberta has snapped an unbelievably clear image of something Bigfoot-like ... but is it the real thing?
Adults (and kids), please don't try this at home. A 44-year-old man trying to trick people into thinking he was a strolling Sasquatch met a grisly end near Kalispell, Montana Sunday night. Exactly how and why is almost too hard to believe.
Syfy's Fact or Faked (which returned last night at 9/8C) has seen its share of paranormal fakery—but such hoaxes are nothing new. People have been suckering us into believing in monsters for centuries. To celebrate the show's return, we're taking a look back at some of the biggest monster hoaxes in history.