This week, Todd May, a known Bigfoot enthusiast, says he found what he believes is the fossilized skull of one of the elusive creatures. May was walking near his home in Utah when he came across the skull, which weighed in at a whopping seventy five pounds. Mr. May claims to have met a Bigfoot twice before, and believes the skull belongs to one of their distant ancestors.
Some are skeptical about May's discovery. Upon seeing the skull, Professor Jesse Carlucci of Midwestern State University said it was nothing more than an ordinary rock.
May says he isn't surprised that some are doubting his momentous discovery, chalking it up to jealousy. "There's haters out there, other Bigfoot enthusiasts that don't like it that I found something first."
I know how Mr. May feels. I went through the same thing a couple years ago after I discovered those Loch Ness Monster eggs in my driveway.