The latest Bigfoot sighting in Northern California isn't deep in the woods or on a mountain, but in a courthouse. One of the leading searchers for the creature is suing the Great American Bigfoot Research Organization for breach of contract, claiming it never paid to use keepsakes he collected in his pursuits, including a plaster impression of what he describes as the hairy beast's actual big foot. In the suit, C. Thomas Biscardi asked for $185,000 plus interest and the return of his rare Bigfoot stash.
Bigfoot Battle Bound for Court
The Associated Press
July 20, 2006
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