In January, Oklahoma Rep. Justin Humphrey introduced a new bill to the state legislature in an attempt to open licenses for Bigfoot hunting season. Yes. Really. Justin Humphrey is a legislator from that North American state who proposed this bill which enables Big Foot hunting season.

“A lot of people don’t believe in Bigfoot, but a lot of people do,” Humphrey said in a statement, explaining that the licenses would be regulated by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission. There would be dates set for hunting the mythical creature, as well as for other wild animals.

“I’ve been in the forest my whole life and I’ve never seen any sign of Bigfoot,” Humphrey further told the Oklahoman. “I’ve never listened to Bigfoot, but I have some people that I know are good and solid that I guarantee 100% have said they have had experience with Bigfoot. So, I know there are people out there who don’t convince that Bigfoot doesn’t exist. “.

While Humphrey’s idea may sound silly, he says, it could attract many more visitors to the state.

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