Day 2 in Eureka. CA
in Willow Creek, CA
I hollered at him, and he took off running. It happened so quick, I didn’t have time to be scared,” Whitstine said. “I don’t know what it was, but it had big feet.” -Earl Whitstine
I talked to one of the volunteers at the museum about finding the place that the 1960’s bigfoot film was taken. The area experienced a flood a few years ago so a 4-wheel drive is needed to drive the roads.
The museum is free but donations are welcome. The back of the museum is about the size of a small living room its filled with bigfoot information. It’s mostly newspaper pictures, footprint casts & eye-witness accounts. The front area of the museum is filled with history of the area and bigfoot sales paraphernalia.
We had some coffee at the bigfoot restaurant and drove by the bigfoot motel. I liked the bigfoot museum. I had a good time with the bigfoot statues and enjoyed the information at the museum. It was worth the drive from Eureka but I’m still not sure that bigfoot is out there.
Happy Bigfoot Searching!
- no bigfoot sighting today 😦