Big Bigfoot Buff Steps Into Great Beyond
Article Date:Friday November 2, 2001
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TOLEDO, Washington (Wireless Flash) -- One of America's biggest Bigfoot buffs has taken a giant step into the great beyond.

Ray Wallace, who spent 44 years researching the Bigfoot legend, died November 26 at the age of 83 in Toledo, Washington, after a long illness.

Wallace made a fortune in construction, but was best known for his Bigfoot research, which he started in the mid-1950s.

After one of his employees discovered giant tracks near Bluff Creek, California, Wallace soon found what he claimed were actual Bigfoot droppings.

Not only that, but in 1995, Wallace claimed he had evidence the hairy creature was a big fan of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes and that he was fond of looking at naked women.

However, in 1998, when Wallace hoped to prove the existence of Sasquatch by offering $1 million for a baby Bigfoot, no one came forward.

Wallace is interred in a cemetery in Toledo, Washington.

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