Bigfoot’s lair discovered in Arizona forest

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An abandoned nest-like structure was found covered by branches and grass in the remote forests of Arizona, in the Southwest United States. The discovered lair is believed to be a possible home of the legendary Bigfoot. Researcher and Bigfoot expert Mitch Waite and his wife discovered and filmed the nest. With a narrow entrance and hollowed inside, the lair is buried halfway underground in the deep woods of the Tonto National Forest on the Mogollon Rim. The nest is reported as belonging to a big-foot type creature called the Mogollon Monster. The Mogollon Monster is described as standing seven to ten feet tall, with mostly brown and red hair. The creature is also described as having a strong musky odor. Waite has collected footprints, hair samples and feces and claims to have put together a series of photographs and videos which back up his claims that he discovered the nest where the creature used to sleep. The first reported sightings were in the early 1900s and continue to this day. The legend of the "Big Hairy Man" or "The Old Man of the Mountain" has been passed down by Apache and Navajo Native American tribes for hundreds of years. Source: Voice of Russia

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