See The Ranking Of Montana Counties By Rare Bigfoot Sightings
Montana is known as the Big Sky State, and that is because so much of Montana is still wild and untamed. A place like the Bob Marshall Wilderness would be the perfect place for Bigfoot to reside. Kind of makes you wonder what he's doing out there when no one is watching.
Just because we have not FOUND Bigfoot does not mean people have not SEEN Bigfoot. At least that is according to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. Otherwise known as the BFRO, they formed in 1995 and are a "virtual community of scientists, journalists, and specialists from diverse backgrounds."
The BFRO has a few facts that they claim are undisputed which are
- "It's a fact that for more than 400 years people have reported seeing large, hair-covered, man-like animals in the wilderness areas of North America."
- "It is a fact that sightings of these animals continue today. Real or not, these reports are often made by people of unimpeachable character."
- "It is a fact that, for over seventy years, people have been finding, photographing, and casting sets of very large human-shaped tracks. Most are discovered by chance in remote areas. These tracks continue to be found to this day."
- "It is a fact that the cultural histories of many Native American and First Nation peoples include stories and beliefs about non-human "peoples" of the wild. Many of these descriptions bear a striking resemblance to the hairy man-like creatures reported today."
I am not sure about you but I'm convinced.
Sadly Montana does not even rank in the top 10 of Bigfoot sightings. We come in at number 30 with 53 total sightings. Washington is number one with 710 sightings. Do not be shy Montana, report those Bigfoot sightings so we can climb in the rankings.
So now lets get to the rankings of counties that have spotted Bigfoot in Montana from least to most.