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Bigfoot Trap (roof)
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Roof of the Bigfoot Trap near Applegate Lake, Oregon, built in 1974 by North American Wildlife Research Team and designed to capture a bigfoot (sasquatch).  After six years of keeping live bait, it never reached any success and has now been left in slow decay as an attraction.

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bigfoot_trap

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