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Topics: Georgia, Bigfoot

Friday, 15 August 2008

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Sasquatch, Georgia (IPP) _ The search for Big Foot is over. A Georgia man has collected the one-million dollar reward that was offered to the first person to prove that Big Foot really exists.

Jimmy McClure was driving south on Highway 41 in central Georgia last Friday and had to pull off the road near a wooded area to relieve himself because there were no public restrooms in the area. He noticed an abandoned exit along the road which was covered by a dense layer of undergrowth and decided to investigate. He noticed that once he moved about 30 yards west that the road was still in a usable condition. He went back and drove his four-wheel drive pick-up truck past the vegetation that hid the road and found himself headed directly into the history books.

He travelled a few miles down the old road and soon found himself in the middle of an old town. Everywhere he looked he saw Big Foot folks walking around and to his amazement he also noticed quite a few white women paired up with the big fellows.

No one seemed to pay much attention to him as he freely walked around town as if he had lived there all of his life. He realized that if he could bring a Big Foot back to civilization that he could collect the million dollar reward that has been offered to anyone who could prove that Big Foot was more than a myth.

He did not want to hurt anyone and so he came up with a plan which would cause the least damage. He decided to wait until dark and then he went to their grave yard and dug up a recently buried Big Foot.

The rest is history. Jimmy McClure was handed a check for one-million dollars. The only problem is that the money is Mexican money and is only worth about $22.37 in US dollars.
Jimmy does not care about the money and he told reporters that he would do it all over again if given the chance.

Jimmy was allowed to name the new town and he decided to call it Sasquatch. The location of the town is being kept a secret so that The Big Foot community can enjoy their privacy.

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