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Is Bigfoot haning out in Oregon and Utah, ecent sightings say yes.

Is Bigfoot in Oregon?

People living near an Indian reservation in a remote part of the state seem to think so. They’ve been waking up to some strange sounds coming out of a nearby forest, roars and screeches that sound nothing like the wildlife they’re familiar with.

The reservation is home to about 1,500 people across 178,000 acres in Oregon’s Blue Mountains. The possible Bigfoot noises were heard near an old reservation community center just north of Wilhorse Resort and Casino.

Residents first started hearing the noises last month, and rumors quickly spread that it could be a young Bigfoot separated from its mother.

The noises of the possible Bigfoot in Oregon are so frightening that even grown men’s hair stands on end when the noises were heard, resident Sylvia Minthron told The Oregonian. Another man said his dog was too terrified of the noises to go out for a walk.

Not everyone thinks there really is a Bigfoot in Oregon, The Daily Mail notes. Others in the community think the simpler explanation is that the strange noises come from a fox or coyote.

Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is known as a mysterious ape-like creature believed to inhabit forests. Sightings have been centered on the Pacific Northwest region, Oregon in particular.

So is there a Bigfoot in Oregon? Enthusiasts of the creature think that they are getting closer to finding the elusive Bigfoot, and sightings continue. Late last year, a group of hikers in Utah encountered what they thought was a bear, but then the animal turned and stood on two legs, looking very much like Bigfoot.

A group of Utah hikers who thought they were looking at a bear may have stumbled across the legendary Bigfoot, according to Grind TV.

When a group of friends decided to embark on a journey through the Utah wilderness, they anticipated running into a wide assortment of wildlife. In fact, the hikers brought along a camera in case they happened upon something worth filming. Of course, the last thing they expected to encounter in the forest was a very hairy creature walking around on two legs.

The individuals in the video recently uploaded to YouTube thought they were spying a bear hanging out in the woods. However, all of that changed when the creature raised up and looked at them. Instead of sticking around to see what happened next, the hikers immediately ran towards safety.

Beard Card explained the thrilling encounter with FOX 13, explaining that he and his friends initially thought they were looking at a bear.

“But when it stood up and looked at us–and we assumed it was a bear up to that point–but, when it stood up and looked at us, it was this massive animal. We don’t know what it was. I mean, none of us believe in Bigfoot, so … we’ve talked about it over and over again since Monday when it happened and all of us are positive that thing wasn’t a bear,” he explained.

Bigfoot and its ilk are having a very popular year. In addition to the encounter caught on tape in Utah’s Provo Canyon, Spike TV is reportedly preparing an entire reality show around the capture of the legendary creature. The network is currently putting together a show entitled Ten Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty, a program which promises big cash to proof of Bigfoot’s existence.

Tim Duffy, Spike TV’s Senior Vice President of Original Series, explained that the cable channel will partner with international insurance market Lloyd’s of London to bring the concept to the small screen.

“If this series idea had come in without that Lloyd’s of London mark attached to it, I don’t think we would have taken it seriously, but that’s no small chunk of change,” Duffy explained to The Huffington Post. “What it signified to us was an opportunity to attract the best scientists, zoologists, trackers and Bigfoot hunters in the world in an attempt to prove or disprove its existence.”

One individual who doesn’t need convincing is Bigfoot hunter John Reed. In October, the Pennsylvania man was enjoying some quality time with his girlfriend inside their recreational vehicle when the legendary creature started throwing rocks at them

Reed, who described the suspect as “very large, brown in color, and walks somewhat hunched over,” believes Sasquatch is responsible for the damage his RV sustained that fateful evening.

“Something stood up on her side of the truck,” Reed explained. “She seen the eyes glaring in the light of the truck, stood up and walked this way into the woods. Do I believe in Bigfoot? Yes I do. Have I had sightings of what I believe to be Big Foot? Yes.”

Second video does sorta look like a bear at first, but i don't think a bear would stand up like that all of a sudden.

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