If you are going to look for Bigfoot, well, at least make the location an atmospheric one!
And, maybe, there's few better such places than Caddo Lake (which borders Texas and Louisiana), on which I took a boat-trip (and a Sasquatch-seeking trek) back in 2005.
Caddo Lake happens to be the largest natural freshwater lake in the south, covering approximately 26,800 acres.
Originally home to the Caddo Indians, the lake’s murky depths and incredibly dense black cypress trees today help to create a truly spooky atmosphere within which Bigfoot is said to firmly thrive.
Every now and again, I get reports of people encountering huge, ape-like animals in the area, including - very interestingly - several I have on-file of people seeing the beasts actually swimming in the lake!
Well, I guess even Bigfoot needs to cool off when the southern weather reaches 100 degrees-plus!