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Another Fake Bigfoot Story from Texas

A few months ago, Round Rock, Texas was the site of several fake Bigfoot stories all leading up to a Bigfoot weekend in the area. And now a Texas state park is doing the same thing.

My San Antonio is reporting:

"Everyone needs something, or someone, to believe in and for a Texas state park, that thing might be Bigfoot.
 "Daingerfield State Park, which sits a little southwest of Texarkana, captured what may possibly be Big Foot - the mythical creature, who stands towering on two legs and appears to be covered in hair, only ever spotted running by surveillance cameras or caught as nothing but a blur in photos.
"Employees at the park posted footage on Facebook Wednesday of what kind of, sort of, maybe a little bit looks like Big Foot.
"The video, cast in black and white, shows a figure creeping across what looks like a parking lot. Its lunky arms swing back and forth, and the creature takes large steps to speed across the lot.
"'Legend, lore, myth or ??? What does the legend of Bigfoot mean to you?' reads the post on the state park's Facebook page.
"Of course, as one commenter replied, the thing in the video could be 'a drunk walking.'
 "Steve Killian, superintendent at the park, told the footage was released just days before the park's first ever Bigfoot Weekend. Killian said the park will host Bigfoot-themed events this weekend [last weekend], kicking off with a movie about the legendary creature Friday night.
""I haven't seen Bigfoot in the park, let's just leave it at that,' he said, adding that they posted the footage to 'generate attention to get people out into nature.'"

So another fake Bigfoot video to get some publicity to get people outdoors.


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