‘Bigfoot Juice’

Bug Spray Said To Attract Bigfoot

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A North Carolina woman claims that her homemade bug spray has a remarkable side effect: it attracts Bigfoot!

Allie Megan Webb says that she initially created the concoction, dubbed ‘Bigfoot Juice,’ to help her husband fend off mosquitoes during expeditions in search of the legendary cryptid.

After a few times using the spray, he asked her to tweak the recipe because it smelled too feminine for him and so she switched some of the ingredients to develop a more ‘outdoorsy’ scent.

And, as luck would have it, his Bigfoot research group happened to spot the creature the first time he wore the newly-developed bug spray.

This has led Webb to conclude that there must be something about her mix of fragrances which catches the attention of the creature.

“To attract a Bigfoot, you need a smell that is woodsy enough to keep from scaring him off,” she explained to the Charlotte Observer, “but slightly different enough to make him curious, and come to investigate.”

She also theorizes that the spray masks human odors, which allows researchers combing the woods for signs of the cryptid to hide their presence in the wilderness.

As one might expect, Webb is now selling bottles of bug spray for a mere $7 for aspiring Bigfoot hunters who may wish to give the alleged cryptid-attracting smell a test.

Should the ‘Bigfoot juice’ prove successful, Webb advises users to make sure they take a picture of the creature when it shows up and starts sniffing around the area.

For their sake, let’s just hope that the spray doesn’t serve as an aphrodisiac for Bigfoot or else their hunt for the creature could take a rather terrifying turn.

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