There is a huge fascination with the unknown and unexplained, whether its ghost hunting, bigfoot tracking or UFO sightings, these paranormal activities have made their way into mainstream society and is part of our pop culture thanks to TV shows on Discovery, A&E, TruTV and SyFy. Tyler's first ever Paranormal Conference is scheduled to be held in the city in April.
Many people swear they've seen or heard Bigfoot. Most people don't pay much attention because they don't believe in it. A giant ape creature who kinda looks and acts like a human, that no one has ever been able to prove is even real, is hanging his hat in East Texas? Yeah, right. Well it seems that enough evidence has been found and the big dogs want in on the search.
If we don't get irrefutable evidence of Bigfoot by the end of next year we're probably never going to get that proof. That's because Spike TV is upping ante on the search for the hairy creature, offering $10 million to the first person who can find him.
John Lloyd Scharf, a Bigfoot fan from Oregon, emailed the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department last week about hunting unknown creatures, and according to Texas law, apparently it is legal to kill Bigfoot in the state of Texas -- if, in fact, it does exist.