Ray Crowe, founder of the Western Bigfoot Society, urges Sasquatch-loving volunteers to leave out food to attract the hairy creatures and hopefully catch a glimpse of them.
Naturally, rural areas are better for sightings than urban centers, but Crowe says the food you put out for Bigfoot is more important than the location.
Some of the snacks that work well as Bigfoot bait include raw onions, canned Spam, salmon, and raw bean soup, but its the sweet treats that truly entice the beast.
Crowe says cereal and fresh doughnuts are good bait for sweet- toothed Sasquatch, but if youre concerned about Bigfoots weight, some healthy apples will also do the trick.
Says Crowe: Apples are by far their favorite. Theyve naturally been eating apples in the wild for years, so their appearance, smell, and taste is very familiar to them. Apples are excellent bait because Bigfoot is completely comfortable and accustomed to eating them.
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