Apparently, Bigfoot Ditched Illinois and Moved Out to Oklahoma
How does the mysterious Bigfoot leave Illinois and no one notices? How did we miss the moving truck?
Illinois has produced more Bigfoot sightings of any state east of the Mississippi according to HuffPost.
THE MOST RECENT BIGFOOT SIGHTING WAS IN JANUARY 2021
According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, says it occurred in McHenry County.
Possible vocalizations after midnight from cornfield near Wonder Lake.
BIGFOOT SIGHTINGS IN THE ROCKFORD AREA
In case you're keeping score, there has been only one reported Bigfoot sighting in Winnebago County, dating back to 1994. There were two in Ogle County which the report of the most recent sighting mentions noticing a "Large unknown bipedal animal seen possibly chasing deer near Dixon."
Dixon is in Lee County, but whatever, that's fine. Boone County has zero reported sightings, like, ever.
SO WHY DID BIGFOOT LEAVE IN ILLINOIS?
For one, it might be that Illinois isn't the mythical Bigfoot's home after all. It's probably more likely to be Oklahoma. Specifically, Honobia, Oklahoma, and according to Gizmodo, the site of the annual Bigfoot Festival and Conference, and location of a brand new documentary film.
Now it seems Oklahoma lawmakers are getting in on the Bigfoot action too.
For some reason, J.J. Humphrey, a state representative, is offering a $3M bounty nationwide to anyone who can catch Bigfoot.
To collect the reward, however, Bigfoot must be unharmed, and the capture must be live and humane.
'We don't hunt Bigfoot. Nobody wants to harm Bigfoot. We're going to do a live, humane capture of Bigfoot,' Humphrey said.
If Bigfoot reads this, remember, you can always come back to Illinois if you're starting to feel like you've got nowhere to run. After all, we do have a statue up in your honor.