Is the truth out there? Was Fox Mulder right all along? The FBI may very well hold some of the answers to those questions, but their notoriously clandestine behavior has done little to slake the thirst of Americans on a number of supernatural subjects.
Every week there seems to be a new story, disclosing just a little bit more about our government’s research into the paranormal. UFO’s have been an incredibly hot subject as of late, with the Navy and the Pentagon both finding themselves far more forthcoming with their information on the subject of these sightings than ever before. Some ufologists have even begun theorizing that this steady “disclosure” is part of a much more elaborate plan than we have time to go into here.
In either case, the government certainly seems to have shifted their attitude toward what the public is allowed to see and hear regarding the spookier of the subjects that they investigate.
Such is the case with the mythical Sasquatch, or “bigfoot”, this week after an FBI revelation hit the news.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday released a correspondence file containing the results of tests it performed on a tissue sample alleged to be from Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch — a purported human-like creature that was sporadically reported to be roaming the wilderness in the Pacific Northwest.
The 22-page file, made public following a Freedom of Information Act request, showed that the FBI agreed to test a hair sample “attached to a tiny piece of skin” obtained and submitted by the Oregon-based Bigfoot Information Center.
The letters show the group sent the sample after a 1975 report in the “Washington Environmental Atlas” referred to tests by the FBI Laboratory “in connection with the Bigfoot phenomenon.”
Those wishing to read through the reports may now do so, thanks to the success of the recent FOIA request:
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Spoiler alert: This particular sample was found to have come from an animal in the deer family.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.