Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 28th, 2009
Due to my recent appearances with the nearly 3 ft tall resin sculpture of Bigfoot (which I take to my talks and signings), several people have written in asking where I obtained it.
Photo by Charlene Quimby.
I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ll share the details again, with some cautionary warnings.
This display item is called the “Bigfoot, the Garden Yeti” Sculpture©, produced by Design Toscano.
The statue is 19½” W x 19″ D x 28½” H, weighs 12 pounds, and is valued at $98.95 (plus shipping). They are so popular, I am thinking about having a couple for sale in the International Cryptozoology Museum.
However, while they are an outdoor item, I do not recommend they be left outside, as they are stolen quite easily.
Also, I must warn female Bigfoot hunters: watch out if you venture too closely to this Bigfoot sculpture. I have noticed, fans love to have their pictures taken with it. But seriously, you have to be careful when photographing or being photographed with this item, when women are near it, for obvious reasons. The Bigfoot appears to have a mind of its own. Photographic evidence shared.
Some stories do have happy endings.