Sheriff Receives Bizarre Cal From A ‘Bigfoot’ Hunter

Washington State is known for its breathtaking natural landscapes, from the rugged coastline to the lush forests and towering mountains. But one resident’s recent call to the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office had the law enforcement agency scratching their heads. Last week, the office received a strange call from an aspiring Bigfoot hunter, eager to track down the elusive creature that some believe roams the Pacific Northwest.

The identity of the caller was kept confidential, but the office shared some details about the bizarre conversation on their Facebook page. According to a staff member’s notes, the caller was planning to visit the Big Meadow Lake area in mid-April for a Bigfoot hunting trip. However, his initial attempt to seek information from another state office quickly got him redirected to the Sheriff’s Office.

The caller was concerned about the legality of hunting Sasquatch in Stevens County and wanted to make sure he followed all the regulations. He asked if it was illegal to shoot Sasquatch and if a regular hunting license would suffice for his expedition. The caller even showed some chivalry, assuring that he would not hunt or harm any female Sasquatch.

The employee who took the call noted that the regulations regarding Sasquatch hunts were unclear, and the West Coast has long been a hotbed of Bigfoot sightings and other paranormal reports. But the Sheriff’s Office had a clear response to the hunter’s inquiries.

The Big Meadow Lake area falls under the jurisdiction of Pend Oreille County Sheriff, so the caller would need to reach out to that office for more information.

And secondly, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office confidently stated that there are no Sasquatch in their area, as their deputies would have certainly stumbled upon one by now.

The Facebook post about the bizarre call quickly gained traction among the county’s residents, with some expressing their amusement at the situation. Some even joked that the caller would be met with a different kind of surprise if he went ahead with his hunting plans. Others firmly believe that Sasquatch does exist and can be found roaming the area.

The debate about the existence of Sasquatch, also known as Bigfoot, has been ongoing for decades. In fact, there are entire research groups and organizations dedicated to finding evidence of the creature’s existence. Some claim to have spotted the large, ape-like creature, while others remain skeptical.

One social media user pointed out that there are definitely Sasquatch in Stevens County, while another praised the Sheriff’s Office for their humorous yet informative response. Another person joked that the caller was naive to think he could successfully hunt a Sasquatch, as the tables may turn once the word gets out.

At the end of the day, whether or not Sasquatch roams the Pacific Northwest remains a mystery. But one thing is for sure, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office will be more than happy to assist with any inquiries related to the supernatural, should they receive another call like this in the future. Until then, residents can rest assured that their deputies are on the lookout for any wandering Bigfoot while on patrol.

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