“Exist or exit”

Films: Exists (2014)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: When you go out into unknown turf to prove the existence of unlikely creatures, do it at your own caution. There is always a chance that the woods or wherever you are will throw whatever it can at you. And if it doesn't, you'd better have your heart set on finding the beast you seek before it finds you.

History: Somewhere in East Texas, a group of friends is hoping to enjoy some time in the great outdoors. But before they reach their destination, they hit something with their car. And when they get to their camping ground, a lot of stuff has been ravaged, and there are some red flags indicating that something is amiss. And sure enough, there is. The people have stumbled upon the grounds of Sasquatch, who's not all that pleased that his turf has been disturbed. Now, everyone's in for the fight of their lives.

Notable Kills: Pushes a trailer off the edge of a small cliff, killing two.

Final Fate: One of the campers discovers that they ran over the Sasquatch's child, and the beast has been lashing out at them since. He is the last survivor, but is rather surprised to see the Sasquatch leave him alone after he apologizes and accepts what he contributed to. It would seem that the monster figured out that killing him wouldn't bring anything back.

Powers/Abilities: Incredible strength.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-As far as most bigfoots go, this one is a bit of a standout. Aside from a positively feral appearance, this one was absolutely relentless in its quest to kill all those people. That’s not to say it didn't have a reason to, but man, it was rather disproportionate. If you thought bears react badly to seeing their young die, you haven't seen anything yet.

Trivia: -The Sasquatch was played by Brian Steele, the very same person who was the non-human star of "Harry and the Hendersons".

-To this day, Spiderwood Studios still has the set with the car impaled by a tree that was in this film.


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