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Mount St. Helens, an active volcano sitting in the Pacific Northwest state of Washington, has served as a beacon of mystery and beauty for centuries. The surrounding area has been a popular tourist and hiking destination despite the devastating eruption that claimed the lives of 57 people in 1981. But what many of these unsuspecting hikers don’t know, is that there is a carnivorous Bigfoot running around, leaving only discarded bones as a calling card. At least that’s what one professor is alleging.
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