Tag: Bigfoot

Look Who’s Still Here! Bailey Bigfoot!

June 3, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Nestled in the heart of Bailey, Colorado, sits the Bailey Country Store. This is not just any ordinary country store, but a country store which is also known as, “The Sasquatch Outpost”. Operated by Jim and Daphne Myers, the store carries essential goods from groceries and household products, to camping and hiking supplies, to you guessed it, […]

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“Finding Bigfoot” Just a Reality TV Show

“Finding Bigfoot” Just a Reality TV Show

January 21, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

On Saturday June 2nd, 2012, the UFOnut team consisting of myself, Matt Morgan and Trina Bivens met with Kate Murphy at the Bigfoot sighting location in Bailey, Colorado.

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2012 (Review) A Busy Year for UFOnut.com

2012 (Review) A Busy Year for UFOnut.com

December 31, 2012 | By | 2 Comments

A Summary of some of the Events: January: The most publicized animal mutilation of 2012 occurred on January 5th near the Kansas City International Airport, Kansas City Missouri. Originally reported by Fox 4 News Kansas City, this mutilation was unique due to the mutilation site.  The 7-year-old cow was found dead with the udders, bag, mammary glands and […]

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A Country Divided

A Country Divided

November 9, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

 If there was one thing we learned from this last Presidential election it was, “The USA is a Country Divided.” With President Barack Obama getting 4,194,643 popular votes and Governor Mitt Romney getting 4,133,945 popular votes, there was only a difference of about 60,698 votes! That’s about the population of Carson City, Nevada! Wow what […]

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Bigfoot and the Waldo Canyon Fire; Possible BigFoot Photo Included! (You decide!)

Bigfoot and the Waldo Canyon Fire; Possible BigFoot Photo Included! (You decide!)

July 8, 2012 | By | 8 Comments

Was Waldo Canyon the stomping grounds for Bigfoot? The Waldo Canyon Fire near Colorado Springs is now the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. 30 thousand people were evacuated from their homes, and more from the nearby businesses. The fire burned for over two weeks and destroyed over 18 thousand acres of forest. Besides destroying […]

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