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Betting on Bigfoot or an Alien To Be Captured Before 2023

| August 23, 2021 7:11 am PDT

They haven’t officially shown up yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bet on aliens being captured before 2023.

The same applies to Bigfoot. Some might say the infamous creature is due a shave and a haircut at some point, so is there a chance we might see its presence among us common folk soon?

As if the world isn’t chaotic enough, right?

If you are looking to bet on Bigfoot, aliens, and the appearance of UFOs, strap yourself in and I’ll let tell you how.

Odds for an Alien or Bigfoot To Be Captured First


The good folks over at MyBookie have some of the best prop bets out there.

This market, however, is a step up in the crazy stakes. Essentially, you can bet on whether the United States capture an alien or Bigfoot first, before 2023.

There is, of course, no action if neither are captured before 2023. That’s worth keeping in mind before you get your wagers down.

Let’s start things off by looking at the aliens.

Not literally, of course…

Will the United States Capture an Alien First?

Let me preface this section by apologizing in advance.

I am in no way doubting your ability to know exactly what is meant by “alien” in this context. But this is 2021, and it seems as though the average IQ of the common person is slipping a couple of points a day.

As such, it’s probably a good idea to get the terminology nailed before we go any further. 

To be clear, alien refers exclusively to extraterrestrial beings.

Think Martians, Venusians, Greys, “little green men,” etc. It does not apply to Sting — who, despite liking to walk the streets of New York shouting “Whoa, I’m an alien,” — is, in fact, just an English musician with a fancy Central Park South zip-code.

They are easily confused, sure. I mean, one allegedly descends from the skies at night in flying saucers, abducting rural citizens from their beds before experimenting on them. The other is commonly known as an extraterrestrial. 

That’s a joke, of course. Just like Sting’s album of 16th Century lute songs, which was comedic brilliance.

You might be thinking, “Surely a Sting lute album doesn’t exist?” If you are, get the avocados and organic wine out and have some fun.

But I digress. Aliens don’t exist, right? 

Well, that’s now a matter of debate.

Just a few years ago, anyone who displayed even the slightest tendency toward believing in the “ET” would be labeled as a nut job. Who knew that in 2021, the possibility of aliens existing would not be such a crazy idea after all. 

Flying Saucers, Aliens

Why No Aliens Will Be Captured Before 2023

Betting on aliens to be captured by the US government and paraded to the world before 2023 is a little unrealistic.

It’s can’t be ruled out completely, of course, because we live in very strange times. But still, I’m not entirely sure that I am ready to believe. I’m not naïve enough to think that there isn’t something out there, but capturing a lifeform from another planet and parading it in front of the world is a step too far.

As I write this, the global pandemic is still the main focal point for the United States.

However, the Taliban’s recapturing of Afghanistan is the only story that has usurped the coronavirus for coverage at any point over the past couple of years.

An alien being captured would push both of these current events to one side, sure, but does the US have a vested interest in trying to get their hands on an alien? I don’t think so.

Even if the government’s MO is to actively hunt an alien and throw it at our feet in the manner of an eager cat with a dead bird, it’s not going to be easy, right?

Right. And this makes the betting market for an alien to be captured a wild one. Even at a time when relative hysteria has been driven by the government’s release of their report into UFOs.

It should be stated that UFOs don’t necessarily equal aliens, however.

More on that later. 

Betting on Bigfoot To Be Captured First

When an Oklahoma state representative announced a $3 million bounty for the safe capture of Bigfoot in May 2021, it set tongues wagging. 

It also led some of us to wonder what is exactly is happening in this current “reality” of ours.

But it doesn’t take a lot of digging to find out that there is an agenda behind Justin Humphrey’s generous offer to capture one of America’s greatest cryptozoology obsessions. 

“”We’re gonna offer $3 million, we raised the bounty today, $3 million for a live capture of unharmed Bigfoot. It’s not a hunt, by the way, we don’t hunt Bigfoot, nobody wants to harm Bigfoot, we want to do a live humane capture of Bigfoot. We are wanting the whole world to come to Southeastern Oklahoma and to the state of Oklahoma and get involved in our bounty.”

Got it.

But contrary to Humphrey’s drive to boost tourism in the state, many folks believe that Bigfoot is out there for the taking. So to speak. 

Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch in North America, has long been a topic of terror and entertainment for many around the world.

Against popular belief, wide-ranging interest in the creature far extends the 1958 discovery of a giant footprint by logging company worker, Jerry Crew.

Native cultures have long shared tales about a “large hairy man” roaming the wilderness. Similar stories can be found around the world, such as the “Yeti” in India.

Evidence of Bigfoot Existing

The FBI has a dossier on Bigfoot. 

That might come as a surprise to some, but I was hardly shaken when the bureau released their documents on the cryptid in 2019.

Among the files released were hairs attached to a piece of skin, which the FBI later attributed to coming from a member of the deer family. There is a lot more than that, so feel free to check it out.

The Patterson–Gimlin tape is just about the most famous “evidence” for the existence of Bigfoot.

But come on; it just looks like some guy in a gorilla costume strolling around.

I mean, what are the chances of two guys buying a camera, going out in search of Bigfoot, and getting a close-up shot of him that same day? 

Feel free to believe what you want, but I don’t think there is a great deal of evidence that there is such a creature roaming the wilderness of North America.

Sure, visit the right places and you will find big, hirsute men with size 14 feet and an air of antisocialism about them. But Sasquatches they are most certainly not. 

They probably won’t be as friendly, either. So, keep your camera to yourself.

Bigfoot in the Woods

More Betting Odds for Aliens and UFOs

Market Yes No
Will a UFO be Captured by 2023? +200 -300
Will the UFOs Be Attributed to a Foreign Nation? -160 +120

If you just can’t get enough of betting on aliens, there are a couple of markets above that might be of interest.

The first relates to whether a UFO will be captured before 2023.


Well, first, I don’t think we’re going to see such a thing happen by the end of 2023. While I appreciate that we didn’t see many things coming over the years, it just seems like there is too much going on right now for such an incredible opportunity to merely be squeezed in alongside it. 

Would the government, whether artificially or organically, use an event like capturing a UFO to enhance its agenda? Maybe they would; maybe they wouldn’t.

That’s a matter of speculation, which is pretty much the foundation of belief in UFOs and, well, betting on stuff like this.

A point to consider here is the fact that 2023 is stated on the terms of this bet. If it was 2024, which is, of course, the year of the next Presidential Elections, I might feel differently.

If the Democrats needed a boost in votes, this would be a great way to do that before polls opened.

  • Pick: No (-300)

Are UFOs Aircraft From Foreign Nations?

Now, I’m not usually too keen on the idea of betting on stuff on our recommended novelty betting sites quite as bonkers as this. But (and this is a big but), if you are offering me such tasty odds for UFOs not to be attributed to a foreign nation, I’ll bite your handoff.

When you consider that the United States is at the forefront of advanced technology, how strange would it be for the government to admit that there is another nation behind impressive military-grade flying craft?

It makes little sense, on the surface of things.

Of course, there is always a chance that there is something that I don’t know. Well, there are a lot of things that I don’t know, but what I do know is that these are probably the most interesting plus money odds you’ll find for a long time. 

  • Pick: Yes (+120)

Betting on Aliens, Bigfoot, and UFOs

Aliens, Bigfoot, and UFOs are exciting things to think about. 

But when it comes to betting on such things? I’m not sure that there is much to be gained from speculating on their respective arrivals anytime soon. But perhaps you know something I don’t.

What I do know, however, is that there are plenty of other things to wager on that are probably easier to get right.

So, if you’re looking for more betting opportunities and gambling advice, make sure to check out the following sections of our site. 

Adam Haynes

Adam is a sports writer and tipster with a strong background in MMA, boxing, and combat sports.

When Adam isn't writing about those, as well as politics, rugby, and Gaelic Games, he can be found working on methods and strategies to beat the bookies.

For his troubles, Adam is a fan of Leinster Rugby, Glasgow Celtic, and trusting the process.

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