TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
1878, Ogemaw Springs, Michigan: Lumber Miller’s Wife Assaulted By White Bigfoot
Elise Parliament Card was hanging the washing in her backyard. Her husband, the afternoon foreman at the West Branch Lumber Mill, had just returned to work after having a sandwich lunch at home.
Elise claimed that she heard a mighty rustling in the cow fields. Then the cows all became agitated. That is when she saw a large white monster, running on all fours, leap over one of the cows. It landed and stood up to its full height of over 12 feet. It let out a massive roar, then sprang toward the washing line, Elise was standing under.
Fearing, mightily, for her life, Elise took herself into the house as fast as she could. The screen door slammed behind her as she saw the 12 foot monster, with red eyes, and a large nose, get itself tangled in the washing line. Screaming Elise fled the house. She ran all the way to the West Branch Lumber Mill and refused to return home for several hours.
Her husband did find large feet prints in the area around the pulled down washing line and upset clothing. No other evidence was mentioned in their accounts.