BFRO 2008 West Virginia Bigfoot Expedition

Twenty searchers taking part in a four-day quest for Bigfoot along a stretch of the Greenbrier River in Pocahontas County emerged from the woods on Sunday without making any visual encounters with the legendary primate.

But members of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization's 2008 West Virginia Expedition did report hearing sounds and finding tracks believed to have been made by the elusive, apelike creature.

"We heard wood knocks along the Greenbrier River last night," said Steve Willis, a Cowen native and retired Army officer now living in Virginia, who led the expedition.

"It's a sound that's hard to mistake. It sounds like someone taking a Louisville Slugger to a tree and trying to break it. But the knocks got progressively farther away as we searched. I guess we were boring them," he said with a smile. Continued...


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