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We are open on Easter!



We told him that Easter Bonnet was too small for him.

Not only is our museum open on Easter, but our brand new Bigfoot is dressed and ready.


Stop by anytime this weekend to see him, and check out our new layout!

Happy Easter from Bigfoot and the rest of the museum team


New Questions on the Medoc Mountain Print

We keep receiving reports of sighting in our area. All of the sighting detail a bipedal, hairy creature, partially hunched. However some of the¬†reports¬†differentiate from a “typical” bigfoot sighting, if there can be such a thing. Some of the reports we have been given state that the creature has visible ears and a snout.

Smithfield Premium GeneticsAnother recent report told us of strange happenings at a building centrally located to all of the sightings, Smithfield Premium Genetics. The report is from someone who lives near the building and says that they have a lot of activity late at night, and that at those late hours they hear screams that sound more human than animal. We at the museum have never witnessed any of this but we do find the report interesting and we are looking for more information.

Another person who also lives close to Smithfield Premium Genetics said that she found very large prints in the snow outside her home last January, they were hoof prints but extremely large, at least 5″ across.

A visitor to our museum who was aware of the rumors on smithfield genetics stated that the print found at Medoc Mountain looked more like a hog print than a typical bigfoot.

MM-Print-1Here is a photo of a copy of our print. It is more clear than the original without all the pinestraw and debris on it. We do not think this is a match for a hog print, especially given the size, and the fact that the three “pads” have what looks like toenails or claws at the end of them. Also, please not that due to the hardness of the soil it was impossible to really tell where the print ended so we cast the area that was most clearly defined, the print may be the correct size, or it may have actually been longer, and the toes just dug into the soil better. A full grown man jumping on the soil could not make a castable imprint. See the full story here.

What do you think? Do you have any information about Smithfield Genetics? We would be interested in any more information we can collect regarding either the print or the suspicious looking local building.