MAR 27, 2017 07:43 AM PDT

Sasquatch Blamed for Idaho-Based Deer Collision


It seems like there have been sightings of sasquatch since the beginning of time. He's described as an upright-walking hairy beast that resembles a tall gorilla or an extremely hairy human.

On the other hand, who would've thought that sasquatch would become the latest excuse for why an Idaho-based woman struck a deer with a car at approximately 11:00 P.M. earlier this week?

According to the woman, the beast was chasing the deer when it just happened to run out in front of her car when her car as she was driving. All she could do was stare at the beast, which she couldn't seem to mentally process.

Sasquatch was never found (as usual), but the deer sustained the typical onslaught of injuries you can expect from a car collision.

So the dead horse question is awoken once more - is sasquatch really out there?

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