Marion, North Carolina - The first annual Bigfoot Festival in the town of Marion, turned out to be a big deal recently. The event attracted more than 15,000 visitors from across the country who packed the streets of the town, which is home to little more than 7,800 residents, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.

In addition to the usual paraphernalia, such as hats, T-Shirts, etc., Allie Webb manned a stand selling what she calls Bigfoot Juice. It’s said to attract Sasquatch in addition to fending off insects. And, of course, Ms. Webb produced a witness, John Bruner, who organized the festival, who used the concoction to successfully find Bigfoot.