Former WA State Trooper Feeds Bigfoot

A man who claims to be a former Washington State Trooper claims he has been feeding a group of Bigfoot in the North Cascades since 2009. Menu items have included apples, carrots, beef jerky, cookies and candy bars.

He describes them as 6 to 7 feet tall and up to 500 pounds.

“I think they may be a primitive human species that we know very little about. They appear to me very intelligent.”

State Trooper: I Feed Bigfoots and They Have a Language from Cryptozoology News

The ‘North Cascades’ may be a reference to the North Cascades National Park. The park is a vast wilderness of conifer-clad mountains, glaciers and lakes. The North Cascades Highway passes viewpoints and leads to trails such as the steep Thunder Creek Trail. Boats dot Ross Lake. The remote community of Stehekin lies at the northern tip of deep Lake Chelan. The park shelters grizzly bears and gray wolves, plus more than 200 bird species. The park is located in portions of Whatcom, Skagit, and Chelan counties.