Randy Winchester visited Bigfoot Fun Park for a business meeting in March 2018. When he got home, he wrote a three-star review on TripAdvisor.
Winchester alleges that someone claiming to be a Bigfoot Fun Park owner subsequently harassed him, his daughter, and the tour group organizer that took him to the park via phone and email.
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Bigfoot on the Strip — the company behind Bigfoot Fun Park — denies these claims and is suing the Winchesters for libel over the negative review.
When Randy Winchester and his daughter Emily visited the Bigfoot Fun Park in March 2018, they probably weren't expecting to find themselves in the middle of a lawsuit.
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The father and daughter run a farm together that includes Scottish Highland cattle — the same breed of which the Bigfoot Fun Park in Branson, Missouri, boasts the largest herd in the Midwest.
The two were at the park to attend a meeting of the Heartland Highland Cattle Association. That's when they took a tour of the park with some of the other people attending the meeting.
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Then Randy Winchester wrote a review on TripAdvisor.
Afterward, he went online and wrote a three-star review on TripAdvisor.
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"We did the Bigfoot Safari tour as part of a large group," the review reads. "The $10 price tag is about right for what we got. Basically a tour through some pretty rugged country on some pretty narrow roads. They promote the fact they have the largest herd of Highland cows in the Midwest. You spend about 5-10 minutes feeding them range cubes at the beginning of the tour, and see maybe 10 of the cows. Then it's off into the hills you go with a guide telling some pretty fanciful tales along the way. All in all a decent experience but had we paid more than the $10 I would have...