Is there a Bigfoot on Alaska's North Slope? One Barrow family thinks so, and it has them worried about a remote cabin property they own about 35 miles south of America's northernmost community.
Sarah Skin has been camping at the cabin every year for the last half-century. In the last three years, she and her family say they've repeatedly seen 10-foot tall, bipedal creatures that are black, brown or grayish in color. Skin said that they've seen the creatures three years running, each time in the fall when the family heads to the cabin to hunt for caribou.
Before that, she'd never seen anything like the Bigfoot, as she refers to the mysterious beasts, anywhere near her cabin, located about halfway between Barrow and the community of Atqasuk.
"People from a long time ago used to see them, I guess," Skin said. "I'm 50 years old and I've been camping out here my whole life, and I've never seen anything like this, ever."
The Far North has a tradition of Bigfoot sightings dating back to Inuit legends recounting the tale...
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