If you're looking for a vacation destination this year for the family that includes possibly seeing Bigfoot, then have we got news for you.
A recent study done by the Travel Channel and the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization has found the top three states that have reported the most Bigfoot sightings over the years. Washington topped the list with 2,032 reported sightings, followed by California, with 1,697, and then Pennsylvania, with 1,340.
The group concluded, “For the absolute best chance of spotting Bigfoot, head to Washington state. With a whopping 2,032 sightings and counting, this is the world’s most active region.”
Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is a 6- to 10-foot-tall, hairy, human- or ape-like creature, the most widely known and instantly recognized of the hidden animals known as cryptids. It has been part of pop culture and the focus of monster hunters since the early 1960s.