In 2015, a Boone, North Carolina, man submitted a video to a Charlotte news station of a possible Bigfoot sighting in Western North Carolina. Is it real, or is that a person running around in a gorilla costume?
In 2015, a Boone, North Carolina, man submitted a video to a Charlotte news station of a possible Bigfoot sighting in Western North Carolina. Is it real, or is that a person running around in a gorilla costume? Screen grab from WBTV video
In 2015, a Boone, North Carolina, man submitted a video to a Charlotte news station of a possible Bigfoot sighting in Western North Carolina. Is it real, or is that a person running around in a gorilla costume? Screen grab from WBTV video

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