Go to Washougal, WA and take the Washougal river road until you reach the the Gifford Pinchot NF. Go back at least 3 miles then park and hike along one of the overgrown old logging roads. At sundown break out the Vienna sausages and simmer over a campfire. Chances are you’ll ‘find’ bigfoot.
I lived thereabouts for 2 years, up on a ridge a few miles from the Columbia river gorge. I can’t tell you the number of times I was woken up at night by ‘somethings’ in the woods making gawdawful noises, chasing coyotes, attacking livestock etc.
People disappear all the time in the woods btw.
Dr. Mysin has also published an article on the characteristics of those who have been sexually assaulted by Bigfoot. One symptom of what he calls the Post Bigfoot Rape Disorder (P.B.R.D.) is the tendency of the victim every few minutes to turn their head from right to left and uttering "there's a Squatch in these woods." This occurs among the sufferers even when they are in an urban environment. Sad!