We're not going to laugh because of the tragic nature of the story, but you have to wonder what he was thinking.This one will probably show up soon on an episode of the television series, "A Thousand Ways To Die" on Spike TV.

KECI-TV is reporting 44-year-old Randy Lee Tenley of Kalispell, Montana, was hit by a car while standing on Highway 93 Sunday night. Why was he there? He was wearing a military-style "ghillie" suit - a mixture of camo netting and shredded cloth that looks like leaves and makes you look like the Creature from the Black Lagoon.

Why was he wearing it? Tenley was trying to "create" a Bigfoot sighting. Authorities say he was standing on the road when he was hit  -- not by one -- but two cars! He was hoping to be spotted and people would call in a Bigfoot sighting. The first vehicle knocked him flat, the second one ran over him as he lay in the road. The ghillie suit would have made it very hard for motorists to see him.

Flathead County Sheriff officials said toxicology tests are not finished but they highly suspect alcohol was a contributing factor to Tenley's  ill-fated adventure.