Apparently a group of investigators tracking Bigfoot sightings in Virginia didn't take a recent report from Reston too seriously -- or should we say seriously enough?
The small but avid universe of Bigfoot enthusiasts includes self-styled investigators who pursue their quest during off-hours from their day jobs. Willard, for example, hosts an Internet radio show and maintains a Web site from his home in Manassas; he also monitors his Bigfoot hotline for reported sightings (a recent caller announced "I just saw Bigfoot in Reston," before exploding in laughter and hanging up).We shouldn't take such sightings lightly. After all, if it lived in Reston, we're guessing Sasquatch would take a NIMBY approach, politics-wise, to the recent stream
Sadly, none of the three "documented sightings" these folks have recorded in Fairfax County were anywhere near Reston. Apparently Sasquatch prefers to throw rocks at people near Occaquan Reservoir than to live, work, and play in our own earth-toned community. Go figure.