In this article two children claim to have seen a Bigfoot in Wilson County, Tennessee. At the time of the claimed sighting they were each 12 years old. An investigator from the BFRO (Bigfoot Field Researcher Organization) looked into the sighting and met with the children. He claims that there is little doubt in his mind that they did indeed see "something" after hearing their story. One thing that I noticed is that there was no clear evidence that any large animal was even there in the fathers account (most notably the lack of footprints--the idea of Bigfoots giving off a certain odor is simply speculation given that no conclusive evidence has proved its existence). There are many variables that are unaccounted for in my opinion. The children are avid hunters according to the article and the fact that they spend a lot of time in the wilderness might lead some to believe their sighting may have some validity. However, perhaps they are falling into a similar trap that many studies can fall into--they are simply finding what they are looking for. It would seem to me that these kids were obviously well aware of the stories behind such creatures and this could result in them seeing it in the woods--they want to believe in Bigfoot. This claim, like many others regarding this topic, lacks compelling evidence but makes a good story for entertainment purposes in my opinion.