Bigfoot Skull Discovered? Texas Man Claims He Found Fossilized Skull

Bigfoot Skull Discovered? Texas Man Claims He Found Fossilized Skull
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Bigfoot has become one of the mainstays in American folklore. Time and again, claims of its existence have flooded the internet in the past decades. But recently, a man from Texas claimed that he might have found what could be the skull of the mysterious creature.


Todd May, a native of Texas, in a report by the Times Record News, claimed that he unearthed a fossilized skull of a bigfoot during his recent hike in Ogden, a mountainous city in Utah. May added that before he spotted the alleged fossilized skull of the mythical creature, he saw Bigfoot as well.

“I just thought it was kids, but then my friend was playing her flute outside and had a couple of witnesses who saw the Bigfoot. The red-furred one was a lot bigger and it spooked me more,” May told the Times Record News.

May also said that the skull he got looks similar to the facial feature he saw, which he suspect was Bigfoot. May said he’s aware that many people don’t believe what he saw or unearthed, especially the skeptics who remain unconvinced that such creature ever exists.

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Meanwhile, Professor Jesse Carlucci of the Midwestern State University was quick to debunk May’s claim, as reported by the 9 News. Carlucci, who teaches at the university’s Kimball School of Geoscience, said that it’s clear the object in May’s possession was nothing but weathered rock.

“Often, the natural fractures or joints in the rock are sites of increased weathering (chemical breakdown of the rock, as they interact with rainwater), where you have these types of depressions form. It’s not Bigfoot!” Professor Carlucci said.

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