Based on the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) “never-before-released data” the list provides a general ranking of the most common stomping grounds for Bigfoot.
Washington State – home to several prominent sightings – is at the very top of the list.
“With a whopping 2,032 sightings and counting, this is the world’s most active region,” the Travel Channel reported.
“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.”
With 1,697 sightings, California ranks second, followed by Pennsylvania with 1,340.
The full list is as follows:
New York (1,068)
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