Bigfoot believers, take heart because you’re not alone. Your family of ‘Bigfooters’ await you in Willow Creek, California.
Photographer David Williams was travelling with his wife in Northern California when they stopped to have a quick drink in Willow Creek.
The bartender randomly asked if they believed in Bigfoot to which they didn’t give a definitive answer. Immediately after, another bar patron who was garnished with Bigfoot tattoos rushed to his car to grab an enormous footprint that he had stashed. It was living proof; Bigfoot had roamed the earth near this bar.
This exchange led to an invitation of a lifetime- a Bigfoot convention that would further prove the existence of Sasquatch.
“They call themselves ‘Bigfooters,'” explains Williams. “They’re all so passionate, a lot of people don’t want to come out as saying they believe in it because they don’t want to be ridiculed or laughed at, but these people are totally out in the open about it,” Williams said.
Accompanied by his DSLR and flash, Williams captured all things Bigfoot in Willow Creek. There’s the Bigfoot hotel, Bigfoot restaurant, Bigfoot book shop, Bigfoot Dollar Store, just no Bigfoot itself.
The photos have an eery feeling to them, and the subjects gaze back at Williams with a healthy serving of skepticism. Sasquatch is rumored to hate cameras which explains the lack of imagery, which seems to be a common trait between him and his believers.
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