Which State Has The Most Bigfoot Sightings? We Do!
Washington is the No. 1 state for bigfoot sightings. The most popular places to catch a glimpse include the Blue Mountains, Okanogan County -- or better yet, Ape Canyon, the locale of one of the most aggressive bigfoot encounters ever recorded
The Travel Channel reported: "In 1924, a group of miners reported being attacked by multiple sasquatches, which allegedly threw rocks at their cabin and tried to break in."
In the Benton-Franklin area, there have been two sightings of the big furry giant.
The most sightings have come out of Pierce County -- 80.
All of this information came from the folks at the Bigfoot Field Researchers' Association.
July 1991-2003 -- Family has many occurrences with bigfoot in Washington state.
March 1967 -- Teen hunter sees a sasquatch at a distance while bird hunting and found tracks five years before.
Other nearby counties with sightings:
Walla Walla County:
November 2003 -- Father and son hunting in Mill Creek drainage near Walla Walla see biped walking across a slope.
March 2001 -- Girl watches large black sasquatch walk down the ridge.
March 2001 -- BFRO investigator finds tracks in snow.
December 2000 -- Rooks Park investigation.
January 2000 -- BFRO field investigator finds sasquatch tracks in the snow.
June 2019 -- Camper hears howls at 4-5 a.m. near Rimrock Lake.
Winter 2018 -- Morning snowmobilers hear howls, tree knocks, branch break 8 miles south of Rimrock Lake.
September 2014 -- Mother and son, while backpacking, experience a possible night-time camp approach near Naches.
June 2014 -- Campers sleeping inside their tent hear clacking and are touched near Bumping Lake.
August 2011 -- Sighting at dawn by a bear hunter in the Cowiche wilderness area.
August 2005 and '09 -- Camper describes possible encounters in 2005 and again in summer 2009 near Trout Lake.
October 2008 -- Hunter reports hearing loud wood knocking northwest of Tieton.
August 2007 -- California BFRO researcher has sighting with a thermal imaging unit in Wenatchee National Forest.
August 2001 -- Campers hear scream and witness rock-throwing at Twin Sister Lakes.
September 2003 -- Hunter sees bigfoot crossroad behind him west of Nile.
August 1965 -- Daylight sighting by residents near Yakima River.
October 2001 -- Elk hunters encounter large animal and hear vocalizations near Rimrock Lake.
June 2001 -- Evening sighting by a motorist near Glenwood.
October 2000 -- Barefoot tracks and whistling heard while hunting.
July 2000 -- Three campers near Bumping Lake hear vocalizations from Nelson Ridge.
July 2000 -- Campers hear screams and wood knocking near Bumping Lake.
June 2000 -- Sound heard month earlier than another report in the same area.
November 1996 -- Hunters hear unusual animal stalking them at night.
August 1996 -- Woman sees bigfoot on two occasions along the same road.
Fall 1941 -- A tall black creature covered with hair and very muscular was seen walking quickly across a clearing.
Umm, that's a lot of bigfoot sightings for our state alone. Have you ever encountered anything like any of the stories above? Do you believe in bigfoot?