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Pennsylvania Man Revives Sasquatch Debate

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RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

Just in time for Halloween, a new sighting of Sasquatch.

In the woods of Pennsylvania, a hunter captured images of a mysterious, furry creature. He told the Bradford Era newspaper it was unlike anything he'd seen. So he submitted the photos to the Bigfoot Research Organization, which agreed, yes, it could be a juvenile Bigfoot. More likely, says the state's game commission, a bear with mange.

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