As a believer in the existence of Bigfoot, I am thrilled to see that Clallam County is taking steps to protect this elusive creature. For too long, skeptics have dismissed sightings and evidence as hoaxes or misidentifications, but the fact remains that there are countless reports of Bigfoot across the country. It’s heartening to see that the county commissioners recognize the need to protect this potential endangered species, and I hope that other regions will follow suit. The proclamation not only acknowledges the existence of Bigfoot but also highlights the importance of preserving our natural world and the creatures that inhabit it.

While most authorities would be more likely to dismiss the existence of Bigfoot out of hand than to take the phenomenon in any way seriously, that’s certainly not the case in Clallam County.

Concerned that the creature could face extinction if it is not protected, county commissioners have taken the unusual step of making the region a ‘refuge zone’.

The official proclamation reads as follows:

WHEREAS, legends, sightings, research, investigation and recognition by various counties in various States support the notion that Sasquatch (aka Bigfoot, yeti, and giant hairy ape) exists; and

WHEREAS, if Sasquatch exists, it is not flourishing, given the very unusual event of being sighted, and it is likely an endangered species and subject to great harm and extinction if it continues to be unprotected;

WHEREAS, Clallam County desires that its citizens recognize the need to protect Sasquatch if it exists;

NOW THEREFORE, WE THE BOARD OF CLALLAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS hereby Request all citizens of Clallam County recognize this County as a refuge for Sasquatch to prove both protection and security and also supports the Forks Sasquatch Day, May 26th through May 28th, 2023.

Signed this 11th day of April, 2023.

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