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Bigfoot Search Requires Permit In Arkansas

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A man conducting a group mission to track down Sasquatch was halted by park rangers who told him he needed a permit.  That's because the leader of the search around the Buffalo National River had charged people money to join in -- from $300 to $500. In other words, he was acting as a concessionaire.
A man conducting a group mission to track down Sasquatch was halted by park rangers who told him he needed a permit. That's because the leader of the search around the Buffalo National River had charged people money to join in -- from $300 to $500. In other words, he was acting as a concessionaire.

The National Parks Service doesn't allow just anyone to conduct a search for Bigfoot.

A man conducting a group mission to track down Sasquatch was halted by park rangers who told him he needed a permit.

That's because the leader of the search around the Buffalo National River had charged people money to join in -- from $300 to $500. In other words, he was acting as a concessionaire.

Read the whole story at Newser

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