Posted by Encounters USA
Monday, September 09, 2019
Is there a tree in the woods of Washington that is the entranceway to a family of bigfoot who live underground? Starting with her father, Lori Simmons carried on a legacy of contact with Bigfoot that centered upon a strange, twisted twin Douglas Fir that constantly dances in the wind to the tune of what some say is the Bigfoot knocking. Others, like Brent Dill, say it is nothing more than a branch on a tree rubbing against its counterpart. Others disagree and say terrible things about Brent Dill that left him in a real pickle. Today, we went to that tree and did a full interview in the midst of the high strangeness.
If you love Bigfoot or the Northwest, you don?t want to miss this episode of Encounters USA, no matter what.
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