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This morning Joel and Maryann warned: Lookout, Lakewood! Pay attention, Perth Amboy! Take notice, New Brunswick! There’s a hot new Bigfoot theory that recently surfaced, and this one is pretty wild. Theoretically, Bigfoot could show up in any Central Jersey town, or anywhere at all, without notice.

The Daily Star has reported a so-called Bigfoot expert, paranormal investigator Stan Gordon says there’s a reason why no one has been able to photograph the Sasquatch. He says it’s an “interdimensional creature that can disappear at will.”

We already knew the fabled creature, or not-so-fabled, depending on who you ask, is “something far beyond our scientific understanding,” so maybe it’s a good thing Gordon doubles down on this interdimensional theory.

He appears in the Discovery documentary Paranormal Declassified: Tracking Bigfoot and talks about why no one has really found proof of the creature except for blurry photos, eyewitness accounts, and footprints.

Gordon says he rushes to the scene of a sighting within hours of it being reported and, when peddling the dimension-hopping theory, “In some cases, we will see a series of large footprints but as we follow the tracks they suddenly stop, vanish and disappear.”

“We’ve heard these stories of people who have seen these creatures and in some cases they just vanish,” he continued. “They would say, ‘This thing appears suddenly in front of us, walks in front of our vehicle; we see it from head to toe and suddenly it’s gone.”

Noting this interdimensional travel theory as a way to explain the “very, very weird phenomenon” known as Bigfoot sightings, Gordon explained, “We’re dealing with something that’s much stranger than a flesh and blood unknown-type animal…The data I am seeing now indicates we’re dealing with something with a physical and non-physical component to it.”

So, now we have an explanation of sorts about why Bigfoot hasn’t been bagged by a hunter or the paparazzi — he can just peace out to another dimension at will.

So don’t be surprised if you’re lying in bed or taking a shower and a giant hairy creature appears suddenly out of thin air. Most callers to Joel and Maryann this morning were not buying the theory. However, there were a few that were admitting that they believe it was possible, and at least one caller thought it “makes complete sense.” Be careful, Bridgewater!

It's the Most Popular Classic Movie In Central Jersey

  • The Godfather


    Godfather cast members

    (Original Caption) While his daughter’s wedding celebration proceeds outside, Don Corleone, played by Marlon Brando (right), discusses “family” business with his consigliori, Tom Hagen, played by Robert Duvall, in the The Godfather, an Albert S. Ruddy Production in Color by Technicolor. Undated. UPI photograph.

    The most popular classic movie in New Jersey is the Francis Ford Coppola directed film starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino: The Godfather.

  • Wizard, Wind and West Side


    Wizard of Oz cast

    American actors (left – right) Ray Bolger (1904 – 1987), Jack Haley (1898 – 1979), Judy Garland (1922 -1969), and Bert Lahr (1865 – 1967) run arm in arm through a field of poppies in a still from the film, ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ directed by Victor Fleming, 1939. (Photo by MGM Studios/Courtesy of Getty Images)

    Musicals were hits throughout the country. Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz tied for the #1 spot, winning 7 states each. West Side Story also won in 3 states.

    The popularity of classic movies has strong regional ties. The Wizard of Oz was the most popular classic movie in the midwest, while The Godfather was the overall winner in the northeast. Gone With the Wind ranked as the #1 most popular movie in the South.

  • Mary, Men and An American

    Mary Poppins cast

    Mary Poppins, lobbycard, Dick Van Dyke, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber, Julie Andrews, 1964. (Photo by LMPC via Getty Images)

    Connecticut prefers An American in Paris, 12 Angry Men won out in New Hampshire, Mary Poppins leads in Utah, and Californians love Sunset Boulevard.

    For the full results and breakdowns go HERE.