It's pretty well documented on social media that people are spending more time in the woods during the pandemic. Heck, I've been out in the woods a bunch of times - most of that looking for golf balls that I've driven into the trees - but you get my point...
As the self-proclaimed Sasquatch capital of the northeast, the town of Whitehall is known for many sightings of the mythological beast. Whether or not you're a believer, there's plenty to love about Whitehall's Annual Sasquatch Festival. And while there's no telling when or where one can see an actual Bigfoot, the festival is coming in less than two weeks.
The village of Whitehall did something well, very Whitehall, this past July. They adopted 'Bigfoot' as their official animal. An alleged sighting of the mythological beast just last week has added to the intrigue and mystery surrounding the hairy creature that many have claimed to have seen, but unable to prove. A local investigator went to the area where the supposed sighting took place and ca
The Village of Whitehall made a big announcement about their newly voted on village animal exactly the way I would expect them to. They named a mythological beast it's official village animal. This is the most Whitehall thing ever and I absolutely love it! Don't believe in Bigfoot? Think Sasquatch is a scam? Don't tell that to people of Whitehall.
Children are the future. The children will inherit the Earth after our generation is gone. So obviously it's important that we teach them valuable skills that will help them throughout their lives such as: problem solving, thinking outside the box, and of course, how to hunt for Bigfoot.