Sit down and let me tell you a tale of how a Missouri Bigfoot (allegedly) pulled a woman's braided hair so hard he nearly snapped her neck. It's (allegedly) true.

If you're a fan of Sasquatch (and who isn't?), you owe it to yourself to follow Buckeye Bigfoot on YouTube. It's an endlessly entertaining channel of Bigfoot stories. This one just happens to involve a Missouri woman and a hair braid that Bigfoot used as a weapon. The Missouri woman's name is Dee for what it's worth. She apparently lives in what she refers to as "Sasquatch Valley" so you know this is gonna be good.

I'll bullet point the facts:

1. Dee lives in west central Missouri.

2. Dee has braided hair.

3. She has snakes in her bedroom. Really.

4. She fell asleep in a swing near a fence. Her braid had fallen between the wooden spaces of the swing.

5. Bigfoot (allegedly) yanked her hair under the swing so forcefully it nearly broke her neck.

6. Bigfoot (allegedly) was on the other side of the fence when he yanked her hair.

Dee ran from the swing back into her home and didn't see the hair-yanking Bigfoot. However, she said she had seen the face of a couple other Missouri Bigfoots. Fortunately, this Bigfoot encounter ended without any further injuries other than the hair pulling and a lesson learned about what can happen when you fall asleep in a Missouri swing near a fence.

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