Bigfoot Encounters & Camping Tips from a Former Game Warden

Posted Saturday, June 22, 2024

By staff

A video posted on YouTube by the channel Bored Lurker has been making the rounds among the Bigfoot community, and it's easy to see why. The video, titled "Innawoods With Bigfoot: 4chan Greentext," features a firsthand account from a 24-year-old game warden who claims to have encountered Sasquatch not once, but twice during the course of his job. The game warden, who remains anonymous, recounts his experiences with a mix of skepticism and awe. He describes the first encounter as a "hairy person that doesn't use fire" and admits that he only became interested in researching Bigfoot after the fact. However, his second encounter left him with no doubt that he had come face-to-face with something otherworldly. According to the game warden, he was called to the scene of a car accident where a sheriff had hit what he believed to be a bear. Upon arrival, the game warden was shocked to discover that the animal was not a bear, but a Sasquatch. He describes the creature as "huge" and "covered in hair" and recounts how he and his colleagues disposed of the body by burning it. The game warden goes on to describe a second encounter with Bigfoot while working as a park ranger. He and his colleagues came upon a group of hunters who had shot and killed a large male Bigfoot infected with rabies. The game warden describes the scene as "very different" from anything he had ever encountered before, with blood on the grass and the hunters looking "scared." The video has sparked a flurry of discussion and debate within the Bigfoot community. Some believe that the game warden's story is further proof that Sasquatch exists, while others are more skeptical. However, there's no denying that the video is both fascinating and thought-provoking. I'm always on the lookout for new and interesting Bigfoot-related content. This video certainly fits the bill, and I encourage all of our readers to check it out for themselves. Who knows, it might just make a believer out of you too. One thing that stood out to me in the video was the game warden's description of how law enforcement handles reports of Bigfoot sightings. According to him, the general consensus among law enforcement is to "get rid of" any evidence of a Sasquatch encounter as quickly and quietly as possible. This is certainly a troubling thought, and it raises questions about the level of transparency and accountability within our law enforcement agencies. Another interesting aspect of the video is the game warden's account of people "randomly walking into the wilderness and dying." He describes finding an old woman who had wandered off from her campsite and was found 400 miles away, naked and in a puddle. This phenomenon, known as "wilderness death marches," is a well-documented but little-understood phenomenon. Some believe that it may be related to Bigfoot activity, as many of these cases involve individuals who claim to have encountered Sasquatch prior to their disappearance. Overall, I would rate the