A woman crashes her car, saying she was distracted by seeing a Sasquatch in her rear view mirror.

She may not be making it up.

An expert on the topic (yes, there are bigfoot experts out there) says the woman's story is credible and she shouldn't be brushed off. Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, and he's been following and researching Sasquatch sightings for decades. Dr. Meldrum has yet to speak with the woman making the claim, but he's totally drinking the kool-aid:

It’s intriguing because she sounds like a very credible witness. Her first response was to report it to the sheriff and not post it on Facebook.

Further backing up Meldrum's theory is the time and location of the accident:

The most common places to see a Bigfoot is on a highway at night or adjacent to a body of water,” he said. “The whole northern panhandle is prime habitat for a sasquatch. This is also the time of year you would expect a Bigfoot to be chasing deer, when it’s malnourished at the end of winter.

Even in Idaho, this woman's story isn't as rare as you'd think. Sasquatch sightings are becoming more and more common in the Gem State.

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