Big Foot, according to eyewitnesses, roams around the remote areas of the Pacific Northwest, Northern and Central California. For all the times I've been to Humboldt County, I've never seen him. There's even a carved wood likeness of Big Foot in Willow Creek, California.
Florida has the Skunk Ape--a big, hairy, smelly creature. People have said that the creature leaves behind a horribly putrid scent.
It's been sighted by numerous people in various parts of the Everglades. Hunters and fishermen, as well as local folks, have sworn they've seen Skunk Ape. Some people have videos and still pictures to prove the sightings. Like Big Foot, footprints have been documented. I've never seen Skunk Ape--only in a television special.
I saw an unexplainable UFO once. Honest! Some college friends and I went to the beach in Malibu to witness the 'grunion run'. The best time is late at night. Hundreds of people were on the beach, waiting for the tiny creatures to scramble back to the ocean.
From where we stood, looking down the beach, we suddenly saw a strange light. As quickly as it appeared, it vanished. Seconds later, overhead, a bright, conical light flashed over us. No sound, nothing. It wasn't a blimp, or a weather balloon. All we know, along with hundreds of onlookers, that something quite mysterious happened that summer evening.
Does Big Foot, the Skunk Ape, or UFO's really exist? I can't say they don't...