Real or Fake?
Does he also like to swim near your favorite fishing holes and is very territorial? HahaYes I have seen him while I was turkey hunting this spring in Oregon IL please please stay out of the State Forest for your own safety you have been warned think of your Children
When I try to use the R word, and the system turns it to stars, I make two words out of it. Red neck.Okay, I'll weigh in. When i first started hearing about these boogers I was just a lad and legend had it they roamed the deep woods of the Pacific Northwest. Now there is a TV show that would convince you they are everywhere in North America. I remain skeptical.
My first argument is based on human nature. In particular *** nature. I know ****, I are one. In these places folks claim to see them they "think" that humans are rarely there. In reality, those woods have human visitors all the time and many of them are armed. I believe that if a good old boy saw one and was absolutely sure he wasn't looking at a human he would bag it and haul it into town for folks to have a look. That hasn't happened.
Secondly, and this just goes for my neck of the woods, There isn't a hill or hollow in this county and the surrounding counties that I have not hiked over or through in the last 40 years. I've never seen anything to convince me there is a huge bipedal creature living there. I have on many occasions seen cougars which game and fish denied existed in these hills. Every one I saw was brown not black as local folklore has it. But that is another discussion.
I have on many occasion came across skinny black bears that stood on their hind legs for a better look at me. Had it been real brushy I might have thought it was a Bigfoot.
I hate to ever say never so I'm still on the lookout for one. I hope we can make friends so I can get a selfie to post on here.
The word edited out was R-E-D-N-E-C-K