A small city named Evergreen believes it is the Bigfoot capital of Alabama so much that it has now given itself that distinction.
The small town in Conecuh County has long been known as the Collard Green capital until the city council unanimously voted recently to become the Official Bigfoot Capital of Alabama. According to reports, numerous residents of the town have reported bigfoot sightings along with howls and screams possibly from the elusive cryptid. According to the GCRBO (Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization), sasquatch sightings have been reported in 43 of the 67 counties in Alabama including many in Conecuh County.
Bigfoot researchers Donald McDonald and Michael Humphreys of the GCRBO and co-stars of the new show “Killing Bigfoot” investigated reports from Conecuh County finding what they believed to be bigfoot evidence. According to this report, they found claw marks which they determined could not have been made by humans and were unlikely to be made by other animals in the area.
“Alabama bigfoot claw marks”
(photo credit: Lee Peacock)
These claw marks were reportedly found on a tree from approx 8 feet to 12 feet off the ground. In the Evergreen area, the creature known as big foot is often referred to as the Alabama Booger Monster. Could these Alabama bigfoot sightings and various pieces of possible evidence be proof of an Alabama bigfoot? Could we see some potential 2017 bigfoot sightings from this new Alabama bigfoot capital?