My kid just moved to Big Foot Country in WA. They are living smack dab next door to him. We’re waiting with bated breath for a skeleton. 50 years and no fossils? No fossils? This is a fantasy. At 52, I could be Miss America.
The no bones argument is not a good argument for defending their nonexistence. Here in Washington we have a black bear population of 30,000 or more. But you are not going to find bones of a naturally killed bear. There has even been a challenge to find bear bones by the director of physical anthropology at Washington State University. None has been brought back to him. Now if there was 1 Bigfoot for every 100 bears, what kind of odds do you think that would be if running into bigfoot bones? We also have a small population of Grizzly Bears supposedly moving back into the Okanogons. Yet other than one cell phone photo no other evidence exist that the Grizzlys are back.