1782, Kentucky Wilderness, Bigfoot Throws a deer at Daniel Boone

TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY! In around 1782 or earlier, Daniel Boone was making his way though the Kentucky wilderness. When he comes upon a cave. He takes up in this cave, laying out for a few nights to rest up his boots. On the second night of laying out, Boone is rudely awaken by a loud noise of a tree falling or maybe a flood. Then the moon and stars are bloated from the sky as a huge monster looms over him, smelling and sniffing at his provisions and privates. Having thought he dreamed the entire horror, Boone lays out the following night. Again something like the events of the night previous, repeat. Only with more familiarity. The next day, Boone is off down by the nearby creek preforming his daily ablations, when out of the bush a live deer comes flying through the air. Boone is able to narrowly avoid the animal’s landing. But he gets the hint and hightails it out from that cave immediately.

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3 thoughts on “1782, Kentucky Wilderness, Bigfoot Throws a deer at Daniel Boone

  1. Oddly enough (to me), one of the reasons Shawnee give for not occupying what is now called Kentucky, is that – prior to Boone’s arrival – there were severe battles with a race of blue giants. Native people had prevailed, but chose not to enter the conquered territory … on account of bad vibes and sickening odors.

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