Bigfooters Who Have Lately Handed Away in 2022
Latest 2022 Bigfooter deaths embody Louis Petolicchio, Clifford LaBrecque, Jr., Todd Sturdy, and David Arrighi.
Louis Petolicchio: January 24, 2022
The West Virginia Bigfoot Museum introduced that one among its homeowners and founders, Louis Petolicchio, (second from the best above high) had handed away immediately. Louis Raymond Petolicchio, 58, of Sutton, died on Monday, January 24, 2022, at Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia. In December 2021, Petolicchio launched a e book of the historic experiences folks have had in North America with the “wild man,” or extra generally recognized at present as Bigfoot. Louis Petolicchio of Sutton, who co-founded The West Virginia Bigfoot Museum, started to analysis the historic features of Bigfoot when he realized outdated newspaper accounts, some going again virtually 200 years, had been reporting on giant furry creatures encountered within the mountains or woodlands of the continent. He compiled these accounts into his The Wild Man of North America.
Laurel and Louis Petolicchio operated the Mountain Laurel Nation Retailer of Sutton, WV, and opened up the Bigfoot Museum subsequent to their retailer.
Clifford Andrew LaBrecque, Jr.: February 21, 2021.
Clifford LaBrecque, Jr., 82, of Norfork, AR, handed away from this life on Sunday, February 21, 2021. He was born on November 11, 1938, to the late Clifford and Edra (Lanning) LaBrecque in Mancelona, Michigan.
Clifford was as a Navy Seal. He owned a Golf Professional Store in Kansas Metropolis. He was the one double licensed membership maker on this planet in his time. He was a famend Bigfoot researcher and had a mannequin made to honor his perception in Bigfoot.
He leaves behind his life associate, Joan Carlsen of the house; daughter, Michelle LaBrecque; son, Michael Brown; one grandson, Nash Fisher; brother, Kenneth LaBrecque; and sister, Carol “Elaine” Dompierre.
He was preceded in loss of life by his dad and mom and by one grandson, Jackson Fisher.
In a 2012 article, LeBrecque informed of his 8-foot-tall Bigfoot duplicate, made out of fiberglass and fur, and accessible on eBay for a beginning bid of $80,000; then it modified to $85,000. LaBrecque says the sculpture was impressed by a detailed encounter with the true factor in 1977. As an alternative of capturing the creature — with a gun or a digital camera — LaBrecque commissioned an artist to create the statue based mostly on his description. He was pictured with it down by the years. He wrote a self-published e book about it, Bigfoot Lives.
Todd Sturdy: March 3. 2022
Todd Sturdy unexpectedly handed away the morning of March 3, 2022, in response to his surviving kids asserting.
“Hey everybody, that is Todd’s children. Our dad unexpectedly handed away this morning and we’re all shocked and devastated. We are going to publish particulars in regards to the funeral service as soon as we now have extra info. Thanks for all your ideas and prayers.”
Todd was a BFRO investigator for a few years.
Todd interviewed and investigated Bigfoot sighting experiences in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and different states.
Todd Sturdy had a Bachelors Diploma in Enterprise Administration and was self-employed.
He was a Licensed Visible Tracker; Degree 1.
Todd was an avid outdoorsman since childhood. Attended the next BFRO expeditions: Utah 2007, Northern California Spring 2008, Olympic Peninsula Washington 2008, Northern California Spring 2009, Northern California Fall 2009, Wyoming 2010, Olympic Peninsula Washington 2011.
Todd was the Expedition Organizer for the Utah 2010 expedition and arranged the Utah 2012 expedition.
David Lawrence Arrighi: June 3, 2022
David Lawrence Arrighi, 65, handed away on Friday, June 3, 2022. An avid fisherman, he loved gardening and cherished nature movies. He was a loyal and devoted fan of the New York Yankees. Dave will likely be remembered for his love of animals, particularly his canine Sherman and Stella. He additionally loved touring to varied baseball stadiums and an enormous fanatic of Bigfoot. Loving partner of Donna Arrighi (Sabino) Loving and devoted father of sons Wealthy, Jeff, and David and daughter Alexandra. Cherished grandfather of Richie and Robbie, adored father in legislation to Lindsey Arrighi and Collin LeMay and brother in legislation Richard Sabino. Additionally his expensive sisters and their households, Susan, Janice, Jennifer, Lois and pre-deceased brother Tom.