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Pennsylvania Park Officials Say There is No Bigfoot. Uh-Huh. Sure.

Pennsylvania Park Officials Say There is No Bigfoot. Uh-Huh. Sure.

Park officials in Pennsylvania have been on the hunt for Bigfoot supporters who are posting warning signs of the mythical cryptid.

The signs, which look official thanks to the misuse of the Pennsylvania Park logo, state that there have been Bigfoot “encounters” in the area and warn visitors to “observe elevated park etiquette, be cautious of your surroundings and to keep the location of any small children/pets within a tighter scope of awareness.”

But park officials have doubled down that not only are they not responsible for posting these signs, but also there’s no indication that Sasquatch is anywhere near their home state, or any other state for that matter.

“Bigfoot is not real,” Wesley Robinson, press secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, said.

Robinson said that these signs have appeared for months and despite them being removed, within a few days another one appears.

One even recently prompted the department to address the situation on Twitter:

Bigfoot may not be real, but that hasn’t stopped park visitors from looking for the creature. The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization has 124 “credible” sightings in Pennsylvania listed in its database, and we’re sure that number will continue to rise.

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