Whether you call it Sasquatch or Bigfoot, it's unlikely that you've grown up without at least hearing of the legendary creature supposedly roaming the woodlands of the United States and Canada.
And although there is yet to be any confirmed evidence of the creature's existence after decades of searching, that hasn't stopped modern Bigfoot aficionados from believing it's out there just as hard as their forebears did.
But curiously, modern Bigfoot searchers seem increasingly more interested in hunting the beast as opposed to simply locating and documenting it. Since it's hard to argue that a creature we can't confirm the existence of is any type of menace, it seems likely that the interest in killing it has more to do with finally securing concrete evidence of Bigfoot.
But regardless of the reason someone would feel inclined to hunt it, one Oklahoma state representative apparently wants to make sure they do it by the book.