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A California woman who says she saw Bigfoot is suing the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the state's Natural Resources Agency for failing to keep citizens safe from the Sasquatch scourge.

The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports Claudia Ackley of Crestline filed the lawsuit in San Bernardino Superior Court on Jan. 18, spurred by her alleged encounter with multiple Sasquatches. Ackley, described as a "Bigfoot enthusiast and researcher," says she and her daughters saw three Sasquatches on a dusk hike at Lake Arrowhead last year.

"He looked like a neanderthal man with hair all over him," Ackley told the Press-Enterprise. "He had solid black eyes. He had no expression on his face at all. He did not show his teeth. He just stared at the three of us."

Park rangers reassured the Ackleys they'd seen a family of bears, an explanation Ackley didn't much care for. She says she filed the lawsuit because people are "totally vulnerable to these things" due to the state's failure to recognize the Bigfoot threat.


It's not that they won't recognize it, it's because there is a longstanding coverup being orchestrated at the highest levels. The ET coverup and Bigfoot coverup are two peas in the same pod. To read more, click here.


Category: Weird Desk