A Sasquatch hunting expedition in Oklahoma ended in tragedy this weekend when one hunter accidentally shot another in the back. A subsequent investigation led to three arrests: the trigger-happy hunter, the trigger-happy hunter's father, and the trigger-happy hunter's wife.The incident took place Saturday afternoon in Rogers County. According to Sheriff Scott Walton, two men claim they were hunting the mythical apelike creature when a “barking noise” caused one of the men, 21-year-old Omar Pineda, to turn and fire his weapon. Unfortunately for everyone, Pineda's friend happened to be standing in between the noise and Pineda, and was shot. The friend, while seriously injured, is expected to survive.
Okay, first of all, Oklahoma? Second of all, the myth continues...the myth of an intelligent person who searches for Bigfoot.
This reminds me of the great "Noah's Ark massacre of aught-six" in Idaho.
And, Bigfoot was hiding behind a tree, giggling.
Dick Cheney is pretty busy in his retirement.
My native state really is a *very* special place. Now you know why I left 25 years ago.
sounds like a 1/2 darwin.
Who'd a thunk it?
It's not a tragedy if nobody is dead. I think that the word to describe this is farce......attempted farcicide.
How does Bigfoot just keep on winning?
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