With Halloween season upon us, it is a time of year where we take joy in freaking ourselves and others out. We watch more scary movies. We try our hardest to come up with the creepiest costumes. And, we take more interest into things that are paranormal. Paranormal does not just mean people are looking for ghosts and goblins. Paranormal activity also includes cryptozoology "the search for and study of animals whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated, such as the Loch Ness monster and the yeti." With Halloween around the corner as well as hunting season, beware of what you might find while searching the woods.

We are no strangers to sightings of Bigfoot here in the Rockies. Maybe not as many as the Pacific Northwest, but we do have some "Squatch Habitat" all around us. And we have plenty of documented Bigfoot sightings.  A woman in our neighboring state of Idaho, recently had a close encounter of the hairy ape kind.

According to KIVI TV, a 50 year old woman recently witnessed a "Bigfoot" chasing deer near Tensed, Idaho. She told police that she was distracted by the creature, which led her to collide with one of the deer. The police obviously found evidence of the crash, but no sign of Bigfoot.

Bottom line, if Bigfoot causes my insurance rates to go up, he and I are going to have some problems. Check out some of the most convincing evidence that Bigfoot exists.