Top States for Bigfoot Sightings Revealed

An enlightening study of reported Sasquatch sightings determined which states rank among the best places to possibly see a Bigfoot. Developed by the website Satellite Internet, the project compared the database of reports from the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization against respective state populations and produced a ranked list. As one might expect, at the top of the chart was Sasquatch hotspot Washington state with a whopping 8.9 sightings for every 100,000 residents. Rounding out the top five for Bigfoot sightings by population were Oregon, West Virginia, Idaho, and Montana.

At the bottom of the list, in descending order, were Delaware, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and, ranked dead last, Nevada. Other noteworthy tidbits from the study were that, by virtue of their sizeable population, California, Florida, Ohio, and Illinois were among the top five states for sightings of Sasquatch overall with Washington topping that list likely due to what one assumes is a fairly healthy number of Bigfoot running around the area. And, oddly enough, the only state not listed is Hawaii, which apparently has not logged any sightings of the legendary cryptid in the database used for the study.

 

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