As the 2018 Bigfoot season rolls on, we’re already seeing the same old, same old: The same, repetitive story.
While we’re excited to see some new ones, this time we’re going to take a look at some of the new stories that have emerged in the past year.
What are the new bigfoot stories that we can look forward to this year?
What are some of our favorites that you think we should know about?
The Bigfoot is a bigfoot species that is native to Alaska, but has been discovered in a few places, including Alaska, Canada, and Mexico.
The Big Foot is also sometimes called the “killer whale” or the “dinosaur whale,” but these names have been changed over time.
The main reason these animals are so abundant is that they eat the carcasses of seals, whales, and other animals.
They are also thought to be very hardy, being able to survive in the harsh environment of the ocean.
Most of these stories involve some sort of attack by a Big Foot.
The first reported case of a Bigfoot was in the 1970s, but there have been a few other cases since then.
In 2007, a couple in the U.S. state of Utah were able to capture and photograph a Big Head.
The video has since been viewed more than 10 million times.
The story is told in many different ways, from the most sensational to the most simple, and this year is no different.
While there are many theories surrounding the Bigfoot, we are still very much in the dark.
Some believe it is a local, but many believe that the creature is a global threat.
Many other people think that it is an alien species that has been around for thousands of years, but this theory is more popular.
Many people think it is the work of aliens or even Bigfoot.
Either way, it is still unknown what kind of creatures it is and how many people there are in the world.
What we do know is that the Big Foot has been spotted on multiple islands and in several different areas of the Arctic.
In 2015, there were three confirmed sightings of the creature in the Beaufort Sea off the coast of Alaska, and in 2016, two more confirmed sightings.
In 2017, there was a report that a female Big Foot was seen on a beach in the area of Chukchi Sea.
This same beach is located near where two other sightings were reported.
This summer, a new sighting was reported on a large salt flat on the Arctic coast of Nunavut.
It is believed that the animal was in one of the largest burrows ever seen in the Arctic Ocean.
The Arctic is one of only two regions in the North Atlantic that has never experienced climate change, which is why the Arctic remains frozen for so long.
The species has also been observed on the high Arctic islands of the Northwest Passage, and a similar phenomenon has been seen on the island of Nunak.
The animals have also been seen in Alaska, including in the remote village of Gjokjokulluk.
While the story of the Big Feet in the Northwest Territories is pretty familiar to the general public, a more recent sighting is making headlines.
The Nunak Big Foot Case was first reported in June 2018, and since then, the story has exploded in the media.
This is a story that has drawn the attention of the international media, including the BBC, The New York Times, and the Washington Post.
The latest sighting of the Nunak creature was on July 8th, 2018, in the town of Gjerøkje, Nunak, Canada.
The creature was captured in a remote part of Nunack National Park and has been photographed twice.
It was found in the small, narrow valley known as the Nunnak River.
The two most recent sightings were in October and December of 2018.
While this story has gotten quite a bit of coverage, the Nunaks own version of the story is not as well known.
The real Nunak story was not told in Nunak until the late 1990s, when the Nunats first reported seeing a creature in their village.
While that story is a fascinating one that has some fascinating aspects to it, it was not covered in the national media until a few years ago.
This latest sighting came about because of the efforts of a Nunak resident, who took a photo of the animal that was subsequently shared on social media.
The animal has now been photographed on a larger scale.
This year has also seen the publication of some amazing stories from the local communities of Nunaks and Kiskiys.
One of the most interesting of these are two local families who are trying to raise money for the construction of a new Nunak school.
These families, called the Tukotchis, have lived their lives in the village for over 200 years.
In 2016, their village was razed to the ground after the village was sold to the Russian company Sibur in the mid