He apparently doesn’t live a flashy life in Kansas. Here, he stays pretty much undercover and lives more conservatively than say his counterparts in California and Washington state where paparazzi have occasionally snapped photos and videos of the famed elusive beast.
But there have been reports.
Stories of his whereabouts have occasionally been seen or heard in western Kansas, near Kingman, Cheney Lake, El Dorado Lake and … the Big Ditch, Wichita’s flood control project defining much of west Wichita.
“What is this Big Ditch?” asked Cliff Barackman, a Bigfoot researcher and one of the stars on Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” hit TV show at a town hall meeting Saturday night.
Nearly 150 people attended the meeting at the Kansas Aviation Museum where 13 people stood before TV cameras and told their stories for a future episode this summer.
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