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Bizarre 'Bigfoot trap' is still being maintained after 48 years


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If they had that here it would be catching Big Idiots every weekend.

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47 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

If they had that here it would be catching Big Idiots every weekend.

Big Idiots with little feet.

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If they had cameras on it and made it public, it would go a long way to boost their brand.

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Help me! Help me, let me out :D

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Looks like an interesting place. I might have to take Mrs Stiff there for a visit. I'd want that trap mechanism working properly again though before I left.

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I bet at the end of every day bigfoot goes in there, a light goes on and the sounds of him peeing, brushing and gargling and humming can be heard.  Obviously it ends with a flush.

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Wait, are you telling us that it has not caught a Bigfoot yet? Shocking.
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It has caught plenty of bears wat r u talking about?
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@Gumball, I bet he leaves the seat up.
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I suspect its still bolted open, so hikers don't get trapped. So BF hasn't had to worry about it since the 1980s.

It would still be cool to go visit. Maybe lay some fake prints out nearby.

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