Court says you can run around in Bigfoot suit in New Hampshire

Court Rules In Favor Of Bigfoot In Permit Dispute – New Hampshire News Story – WMUR New Hampshire.

The New Hampshire Supreme Court is ruling in favor of Bigfoot’s right to romp around Mount Monadnock and against a state regulation governing special events at parks.

Keene entrepreneur Jonathan Doyle and the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union Foundation appealed after state park officials barred Doyle from wearing his monkey costume and interviewing other hikers about a Bigfoot sighting at Mount Monadnock in September 2009.

Tip: @Sc00ter Travis Roy on Twitter

If he wants to do this, well, OK. But, dude, you are taking your life into your own hands. Not to mention ruining the image of serious Squatcher.

 

 

  6 comments for “Court says you can run around in Bigfoot suit in New Hampshire

  1. January 13, 2012 at 3:31 PM

    Sadly, more humans have been accidentally shot while walking their dogs than while wearing Bigfoot costumes.

    • idoubtit
      January 13, 2012 at 3:53 PM

      Well, yeah. But that’s sort of not the point. The point is… there is no point to what he is doing.

  2. Drew
    January 13, 2012 at 3:33 PM

    Is he really taking his life into his own hands? or is that just garbage the footers have put into your head?

    This is a myth perpetrated by Bigfooters when trying to allay the claims that Bigfoot sightings are hoaxers in suits. The Footers claim that no one in a Bigfoot suit is safe, and that they or hunters would shoot them on sight. Of course I know of no incidences of a person in a Bigfoot suit being shot.

    • idoubtit
      January 13, 2012 at 3:51 PM

      There are people out there with guns. Would you risk it? Just to be silly like this guy? It’s absurd.

    • Massachusetts
      January 13, 2012 at 8:37 PM

      A state trooper in Massachusetts just shot a woman in the woods behind her home. She was walking her dog(s) and the cop thought she or her dog was a deer and opened fire. This is a man trained to handle firearms and react under pressure in fast paced situations, and he still made that mistake. Imagine what the ordinary Joe might do if suddenly he sees a hulking hairy “monster” in the woods. I would say the danger is real. Then again, perhaps he does have the right to assume that risk. But there is risk.

  3. Massachusetts
    January 13, 2012 at 8:34 PM

    Well, it’s satire, perhaps? I don’t know too much about him but it seems like this kind of thing is often satirical and intended as a joke (perhaps done in a clever, informative way, then again, perhaps just done in a stupid way.) He is interviewing people. Is he making a video or going to write something about this? Art is it’s own reward. And in our age art is a term we can apply loosely.

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