You Might Be Surprised To Learn That Bigfoot Has Been Spotted At These 13 Eerie Locations In Alaska

Bigfoot (a.k.a. Sasquatch) is a mythological being that many have claimed to see in the backcountry roaming wild in the forest. These eerie unknown creatures have been reported to be exceptionally large in stature with a resemblance to a hairy ape. While the Pacific Northwest seems to be home to the majority of these sightings, the last frontier actually has a long record of reported Bigfoot detections that date back to the early 1900s. From massive unexplained footprints that are triple that of a grizzly bear, to trees turned upside down with their roots sticking out into the air in the middle of the woods – these sightings are way too eerie and distinct to ignore the obvious.

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For more odd stuff in Alaska, check out these 16 bizarre roadside attractions that will make you do a double take. Or if you prefer something a little more sinister, check out this haunted road trip that will lead you to the scariest places in Alaska.