OLYMPIC SKIERS TO TREAD ON BIGFOOT'S TURF
OGDEN, Utah (Wireless Flash) --
Things could get hairy for skiers competing in next month's Winter Olympics - because they'll be treading on Bigfoot's turf.
Over the years, the Snowbasin ski resort in Ogden, Utah-- one of the main venues for Olympic skiing events -- has been the site of numerous sasquatch sightings.
According to Utah-based Bigfoot investigator Ryan Layton, Bigfoot is "alive and well in Utah" and pops up more often than most people realize.
In fact, he boasts that the state has as much Sasquatch activity as Bigfoot hotspots like Oregon and Washington State.
So should Olympic athletes expect to bump into a Bigfoot while swooshing down the slopes at Snowbasin? Probably not. Layton says the most recent eyewitness
reports of the hairy creature in that area happened in the early 1990s.
CONTACT: Ryan Layton, ***1/2; (801) 825-6837 or
CREDIT: > Elaine from Wireless Flash