Did Bigfoot Kill Pot Farmers? New Documentary Investigates

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The Hulu docuseries “Sasquatch” is trending right now, and there’s a reason for that. Who wouldn’t tune in to find out whether three Northern California pot farmers really were murdered by Bigfoot?

OK, maybe you don’t care. Maybe you already know the story. But they say it is riveting TV streaming either way.

It all starts with investigative journalist David Holthouse, who discusses his visit to the cannabis farm, where he overheard talk that three workers were killed by … you guessed it … Bigfoot.

“Experienced at going undercover β€” he has lived among those aforementioned cannabis farmers as well as street gangs and neo-Nazis β€” Holthouse sets out now to uncover the truth of this piece of his memory,” explained Variety.

If you like true crime (and if you’re reading this, you do), then “Sasquatch” is undoubtedly worth your time. But even if you don’t like true crime, it’s a fun ride knowing that there still are some segments of our population that think Bigfoot is real — and ready to eat your face.

Or as Variety described it: “‘Sasquatch’ argues that it’s comforting to have a malign force, something more powerful than humankind, on which to blame these crimes.”

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.


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  1. A Canadian scientist was once funded to go find the truth about Bigfoot. It took him a couple weeks to figure out it was just a bear stepping in its own tracks. They can stand on their hind legs of course too.

    There are some very big black bears in North Carolina. Whose to say one of them hasn’t turned into a man-eater.

    Note: the story of the scientist was called, of all things, Ringo the Robber Raccoon. True story.

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