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Fossilized Bigfoot Thumb Found? – Coast to Coast AM

By Tim Binnall

A Bigfoot researcher in Florida found a curious object which he believes could be the fossilized thumb of a Sasquatch. Connor Flynn of the organization Bigfoot Anonymous made the strange discovery as he was looking around a creek in the community of Mariana and subsequently posted a video showcasing the oddity on his YouTube channel. “It’s definitely a hominid thumb bone,” he postulated, arguing that that the creature that once possessed it was “much bigger than what I am.”

Based on his research, Flynn said, “there was no hominid species other than Homo sapiens in Florida at any time. They just didn’t evolve here.” As such, he posits that the sizeable bone had to have come from a Sasquatch. With that in mind, he muses that “if anyone is ever wondering why they never found any remains of Bigfoot, well they did” and a fellow investigator standing alongside Flynn finishes his thought by saying “they just swept it under the rug.”

As one might imagine, not everyone is convinced that Flynn found the fossilized thumb of a Bigfoot as skeptical observers have suggested that he probably from the remains of a more prosaic creature such as a bear. More supportive viewers have urged the Bigfoot researcher to have the object tested to see if his suspicions can be confirmed. That said, if there is an active cover up aimed at keeping the remains of Bigfoot hidden from the public, one wonders if Flynn would be told the truth about the nature of the bone. Be that as it may, what’s your take on the researcher’s claim? Weigh in at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

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