Sasquatch Sighting? DOT Says Traffic Cam Caught A Bigfoot... Maybe

There’s been a possible Bigfoot sighting in a very unlikely place.

The Washington State Department of Transportation posted a curious image of what appears to be a person or Sasquatch or just something with a vaguely humanoid shape off a highway at Sherman Pass, in the state’s remote northeastern corner:

The department’s plows stopped by the area. But if Bigfoot had been there, he ― or she ― had bugged out by the time the crews arrived: 

At first glance, it looked like the Sasquatch may be explained as simply a combination of a tree and a trick of the light. Indeed, this screenshot from earlier in the month also showed something vaguely S’quatch-shaped in the same spot:

Older screenshots, however, don’t seem to reveal anything suspicious at the location. The department promised there would be more to the story in the future: 

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In other words, the truth is out there, but you gotta wait a few weeks.  

In the meantime, whoever’s running the department’s Twitter for the highway at Snoqualmie Pass, in the northwestern part of the state not far from Seattle, shared footage of a person walking through the snow.

Or was it?

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11. West Virginia

With 86 reported Bigfoot sightings and an abundance of caves, West Virginia is an ideal place for Bigfoot to hide.

10. North Carolina

North Carolina is the home to Carolina Bigfoot Field Research and 78 Bigfoot sightings.

9. Pennsylvania

The Keystone State boasts 100 Bigfoot sightings. Also whatever is going on in this picture.

8. Michigan

Michigan has racked up 174 total Bigfoot sightings and is the home of the Michigan Bigfoot Information Center.

7. Tennessee

Bigfoot hunters (both intentional and unintentional) have reported 89 sightings in Tennessee.

6. Idaho

Bigfoot has been spotted in Idaho 67 times and, if Jeffrey Meldrum, a scientist at Idaho State University, has his way and builds a Bigfoot hunting blimp that number could rise dramatically. Or maybe not.

5. Texas

While Texans have spotted Bigfoot 194 times, that doesn't mean the Lone Star State is a particularly safe haven for the fabled creature. It's legal to hunt Bigfoot in Texas because of course it is.

4. Ohio

Ohio has 234 Bigfoot sightings and two separate events--the Ohio Bigfoot Conference and the Ohio Bigfoot Festival--dedicated to the notoriously shy beats.

3. Oregon

Oregon registers 232 Bigfoot sightings and is the home of the Sasquatch Brewing Company.

2. California

California not only boasts 428 Bigfoot sightings, but two different Bigfoot museums.

1. Washington

The Evergreen State racked up the most "credible" Bigfoot sightings at 537 and is the setting of both Harry and the Hendersons and the Sasquatch Music Festival.

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