Hastings Bigfoot Museum unveils new exhibit
HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - A new exhibit at the Hastings Bigfoot Museum has people asking some questions to solve the mystery.
On Tuesday, the Bigfoot Lady Harriet McFeely unveiled an American flag that was found vandalized in Garrison. It wasn’t just ripped up, the ends are braided and McFeely believes it has ties to Bigfoot.
A selected number of guests were invited to the museum to see the wonder for themselves before it opens to the public. McFeely knew when she heard the flag had been braided that it resembled one of her current exhibits featuring horse hair.
“For two years now I have had, I think it’s the only exhibit in the United States that I know of for sure. These horses all over the United States...come in out of the pasture and they are braided exactly like this,” McFeely said.
McFeely said she’s constantly getting more stories related to the mysterious braids and she has even written a book about it.
“This is a story that did not start on that night. it’s been going on. There have been lots of weird things in that town. Weird is the key word here,” McFeely said.
The man who owned the flag as well as some researchers for the museum presented some of their findings to a small group. The flag will soon be in display for the public in the museum where people can learn more about the backstory of the flag and the research being done on it.
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