This weekend I combined my love for drawing maps with my love for creepy stuff. Here is the result, a map of America’s cryptozoology, urban legends, hauntings and other creepy stuff. (Sidenote: almost all states have bigfoot.)
tbh one of the funniest things about the legend of bigfoot is everybody making up their personalities and backstories on the fly leading to dub spontaneously forgetting the names of the cardinal directions and cleetus whispering to himself “huh, that makes me cleetus rigger” after coming up with triggers full name and billy-tim going “we grew up in a hick town (maybe)” like they’re all clearly making shit up as they go along and it’s ridiculous and beautiful.
Ky. — In January of 2017, western Kentucky resident, Kirk Stokes, released a video of what he thinks could be a Bigfoot creature he took almost two years ago. Stokes
explains. “I was hiking and filming when I captured this from a distance
of about 120 yards in thick cover. I heard grunting snorting howls,” he
added about the footage.The 46-second-video shows a dark primate-like figure that appears to be hiding away from the man.
But, some viewers say, it could very well be a bear. “It’s not a bear,” says Stokes. “Not at all. If you look at it, it just
doesn’t have any bear stand.” Besides, he adds, “there are not many
bears in those parts… maybe in Eastern Kentucky by Tenneesee. This
looked like one of those Squatch with ears on the head a short snout,
very much like the Dogman.”
The Dogman is a cryptid reputed to live in the
northwestern quadrant of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, although other
sightings have been reported in different locations. The beast was first
reported to have been seen in 1887 by two lumberjacks, who described it
as having a human body and a dog’s head.