The Expedition Bigfoot museum in Georgia offers visitors a fantastic look into the world of Bigfoot through the largest permanent display of genuine bigfoot artifacts.
The Georgia bigfoot museum contains life-sized exhibits, up to date sighting maps, and various pieces of bigfoot evidence including photos, sketches and more. Even though it already contains tons of great stuff the Sasquatch museum continues to get even better now adding a very cool new exhibit about famous adventurer and oilman Tom Slick. Slick had a real interest in cryptozoology that led him to many investigations and expeditions in search of various cryptids. But he is best known for his connection to the elusive creature known as the Yeti.
One of the more well known and interesting stories about Slick was the stealing and smuggling of bone samples from the famous Pangboche Yeti hand during one of his expeditions into Nepal. It was during an earlier Slick backed expedition looking for the Abominable Snowman that the existence of the alleged Yeti hand was first discovered in a Buddhist monastery in Pangboche, Nepal. As the story goes the monks looked at this as a ritual artifact and would not allow it to be removed for further study so associates of the Slick team with help of actor Jimmy Stewart stole samples from it and smuggled them out of the country back in 1959.
Here is a great video of the new Expedition Bigfoot Tom Slick exhibit. The new exhibit contains some great items giving visitors a look into Slick’s hunt for the Yeti. If you haven’t already made a trip to the museum if is definitely one of those places to add to your must-see list. For more information, you can visit the website here.