Bigfoot Spotted in the Courtyard of the Ringling Museum of Art

[April 1, 2012] Evidence supporting the existence of the creature has been gathered over the years and consists of the hundreds of documented sightings, several foot casts, a couple of hair samples, and now a picture of the Skunk Ape in the courtyard of the Ringling Museum.

[April 1, 2012] Most Bigfoot sightings usually occur within the Northwestern United States. However, a small group of art enthusiasts visiting Sarasota’s Ringling Museum of Art were taking a break in the museums famous courtyard. They came for the exhibition Peter Paul Rubens: Impressions of a Master, when they all noticed an awful stench followed by seeing a large humanoid creature with long back hair, walking on two legs.

The Skunk Ape, what Floridians call their local version of Bigfoot, is known as Sasquatch in most other places in North America. Evidence supporting the existence of the creature has been gathered over the years and consists of the hundreds of documented sightings, several foot casts, a couple of hair samples, and now a picture of the Skunk Ape in the courtyard of the Ringling Museum.