Bigfoot Trackers Duped By Gorilla Suit Frozen In Ice

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Two researchers heard the legendary Bigfoot was found encased in a block of ice. They paid an undisclosed amount for the privilege of melting it. Only then did they learn that the Sasquatch was just a rubber gorilla suit.

The first clue should have been the men who sold the ice. They run the Bigfoot Tip Line, where the voice mail proclaims they also search for leprechauns and the Loch Ness Monster.



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