An abandoned large nest-like structure was discovered in a fairly remote of Arizona, US, a few weeks ago. It was covered by branches and grass and is believed by some to be a possible home of the legendary Bigfoot.
Bigfoot expert Mitch Waite and his wife discovered and filmed the nest. It’s quite big, has a narrow entrance and is hollowed inside. The discovery was made in the Tonto National Forest on the Mogollon Rim. The nest is alleged to be the lair of a relative of Bigfoot- the
The Mogollon Monster is described as standing seven to ten feet tall, with mostly brown and red hair., and emitting a musky odour by those who have been close to its passing by, or in an area where it has been sleeping or hunting.
The first reported sightings were in the early 1900s and they have continued sporadically every few years ago, with this one being the most recent. The legend of the “Big Hairy Man” or “The Old Man of the Mountain” has been passed down by Apache and Navajo Native American tribes for hundreds of years: Sasquatch.
There are no comments in the reports that the lair might belong to some other large mammal or bird.