Video: Flag 'Braided by Sasquatch' Showcased at Nebraska Bigfoot Museum

By Tim Binnall

An American flag discovered mysteriously damaged over Memorial Day weekend in Nebraska is now being showcased at a Bigfoot Museum which suspects that Sasquatch was to blame for the strange incident. The curious case first came to light last month when Harriet McFeely, owner of the Bigfoot Crossroads of America Museum, examined the Old Glory and posited that the famed cryptid was responsible for shredding and seemingly braiding the flag which had been flown at a graveyard in the community of Garrison.

The owner of the flag, Jim Daro, agreed that there was something strange about the way in which it was found. "The three large braids are tied at very hard knots at the end, which is amazing in itself," he marveled, "but then you look at it closer and there's very tiny braids, single strands of fabric that are braided and then knotted and then braided again." McFeely's analysis of the damage and her conclusion that it was caused by Bigfoot was apparently convincing enough that Daro donated the potential piece of Sasquatch evidence to her.

The tale of the torn flag that had become the talk of the town culminated on Tuesday when a new and rather sharp-looking display of the odd Old Glory was unveiled at the museum. Visitors to the collection of curious cryptozoological finds can now see the cloth and its puzzling knots up close and decide for themselves whether or not they think Sasquatch was behind the bizarre damage. To those who might dismiss the theory as far too fantastic to be true, McFeely merely mused "it doesn’t even matter if they believe or not, because I do."

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