The Search for Bigfoot Ends Ray L. Wallace initiated a series of hoaxes that perpetuated the myths about a tall, mysterious Yeti-like creature in the Pacific Northwest. Wallace died at age 84 -- and his son revealed after his father's death that large footprints found since 1958 were the work of his joke-loving dad.

The Search for Bigfoot Ends

The Search for Bigfoot Ends

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Ray L. Wallace initiated a series of hoaxes that perpetuated the myths about a tall, mysterious Yeti-like creature in the Pacific Northwest. Wallace died at age 84 — and his son revealed after his father's death that large footprints found since 1958 were the work of his joke-loving dad.