Bigfoot hunter says famed British park is ‘perfect habitat’ for human-like beast

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    A Bigfoot hunter revealed the British location that's the 'perfect habitat' for the human-like beast.

    Andrew McGrath,47, has a penchant for tracking beasts – or attempting to, at least.

    The Cryptozoology researcher dedicates his time searching for unknowns and interviewing experts in the field, all while arguing with his primary school aged child about his beliefs.

    READ MORE: 'I'm a Bigfoot expert – but my 9-year-old daughter mocks me for "Nessie nonsense"'

    But a recent escapade to a popular British park gives Andrew hope it might be the local haunt to the undiscovered menace.

    Galloway Forest Park attracts 800,000 visitors each year – and it could be home to our very own 'beast'

    "The most remote place I’ve been to find to be a cryptic is in Galloway forest park," Andy exclusively shared with us in the My Colourful Life series.

    “Now there were alleged sightings of the British Bigfoot which is a wild like man creature, almost similar to Bigfoot but a lot smaller I would say 6ft tall, more Neanderthal-like in appearance

    “We were there from about a week in 2019, looking for signs of the British Bigfoot.

    “Unfortunately, we didn’t find anything but what we did find is a lot of wildlife and complete absence of people that would be a viable habitat like Bigfoot."

    Despite not finding anything when he trekked to the park in 2019, Andrew has not given up hope on tracking down Bigfoot.

    He said – like with any research – that finding clues is extremely important when it comes to knowing if you're in the right area.

    The Bigfoot-enthusiast shared that the number one thing to consider are prior 'sightings'.

    “When you’re looking for cryptics, first of all you have to find an area that has sightings," Andrew explained.

    “If there are no sightings, there is no point really being there.

    “Then you have to validate the sightings and cross reference – a grid pattern for instance – where it’s most likely you could find something.

    "Then you’ve got to get out into the field. I usually choose a time where sightings have happened.

    "So, if there was a sighting in July 2022 then I’m going to go to that same area this year, July 2023.

    He continued: "Just because it’s most likely part of a pattern that I can follow and use to discover this creature.

    "Then we have to look for things that could be trace evidence of movement; scat, hairs, footprints, broken branches and trees.

    "Anything that looks like it hasn’t been made by an animal that we know about like a deer or a sheep or a dog or something like that.

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    "And all of that evidence can be collated into your notebook, of course record everything you can with a camera so you can build a picture of this area, and perhaps, provide proof that something that we haven’t discovered yet is moving through and perhaps staying there."

    Although the 'human-like beast' hasn't officially been discovered as of yet, Andrew is adamant that Bigfoot exists.

    And he had some strong words for the naysayers.

    He added: "To the sceptics, I’d say the okapi wasn’t discovered before, the gorilla wasn’t discovered, the komado dragon wasn’t discovered until very very late.

    "A huge 10ft long dragon-like lizard that has venom and living on a island in Oceania.

    "So you think, well if these things can go unnoticed for all that time in this alleged discovered world, what else could be out there…"

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