The Valley TV station that claims it's "Telling It Like It Is" seems to report on mythical creatures a lot more than any other news outlet in the state.
This time, the news-hounds at KPHO -- often glorified by New Times for their ongoing Chupacabra hunts -- are reporting on the alleged find of Bigfoot's toenail.
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This toenail was purportedly found by someone in Seligman, and it's been appropriately named "The Toenail of Bigfoot."
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In case the kids start asking, "Mommy, where does Bigfoot come from?" KPHO got the answer for that, too.
"A 100 percent human female, mixed with a male of an unknown species," according to some real science provided to KPHO. Perhaps the female human was breeding with the male ignoramus.
Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled unicorn/leprechaun/Loch Ness monster/dragon/chupacabra/Bigfoot hunt from KPHO: