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Truth is stranger than fiction

The federal government actually issued endorsed regulations for hunting Big Foot.

See correction in comments.

12 Responses to “Truth is stranger than fiction”

  1. Stephen Says:

    According to the original document (two links away), these are Nepalese regulations. The consular official was reporting Nepalese regulations to The State Dept. I wouldn’t put it past them to regulate Yeti hunting, but this isn’t it.

  2. SayUncle Says:

    Ah. They did, however, endorse them.

  3. Gregory Morris Says:

    What would Larry Correia have to say about that?

  4. Free-range Oyster Says:

    Nothing polite, that’s for dang sure. 🙂

  5. Lyle Says:

    Radio talk show host, Michael Medved is a total bigfoot guy. Has had bigfoot “experts” on the show, telling us how totally real bigfoot are, mostly based on noises in the night, things moved around or things hitting (of course) an isolated cabin in the wilds and other non evidence. Medved has gone as far as ridiculing bigfoot deniers, but it’s been a couple years since I heard him discuss the matter. I don’t see bigfoot listed in either the Idaho or Washington hunting regs (though I don’t see squirrels in there either and I know they’re real) but nothing would surprise me anymore.

  6. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Hmm. So if there’s no Regs, per se FOR Hunting Big Foot in the U.S., then that must mean there are No Laws Against it, either. Which means, one should be able to Open Carry a .500 S+W, and tell the Game Warden you’re on a BigFoot Hunt. Any one in Beverly Hills want to give it a try?

  7. Gnarlysheen Says:

    Is there any regulation that the federal government DOESN’T support?

  8. Dreaded Claymore Says:

    I think it’s a good thing these regs exist. Thing is, if “Big Foot/Sasquatch” exist, descriptions of them indicate that they are more humanoid than any other living hominid species, so they might be “human.” If they’re human, killing them might be murder.

  9. Alan Kellogg Says:

    According to lore there are a number of Northern California counties where shooting a sasquatch will get you charged with murder.

  10. rickn8or Says:

    DO NOT shoot any sasquatch wearing a boob belt!!

  11. TIM Says:

    I am glad I wasent running around in the woods at that time I probaly would have been trapped or shot!!!

  12. Robert Says:

    This report details a Canadian hunter that claims to have shot a Bigfoot, back in the early 40’s.