1979, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho: Hiker Stumbles Upon Burrowing Bigfoot

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1979, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho: Hiker Stumbles Upon Bigfoot Cave

Noah Garrett was hiking around Craters of the Moon National Monument. Garrett walked all day and as the sun began to set, stopped to have his packed dinner.  He estimates he was about half way Snow and Spatter Cones.

As he sat watching the sunset, he heard a great deal of crunching. According to his report, the sounds seemed to come from underground.  The best description he gave was that the sound was similar to a gerbil running on its wheel if the wheel were placed on a fine gravel driveway. And it seemed to be coming from just a few inches below where he sat.

Barrett was more annoyed than he was curious, but he started to investigate the noise.  Crawling along slowly, Barrett followed the path of the crunching.  Eventually, it led him to the edge of a 25 to 30 foot drop.  As he peered over the side, Barrett saw a very hair paw push through the side of the drop.  Then a hairy head emerged.  Clearly, Barrett saw he was looking at a burrowing Bigfoot.

The creature fell out of its hole.  Once on the bottom of the small ravine, it shook violently, like a dog getting out of a bath, before stretching slowly.  The creature looked around, but did not see Garrett watching from above.  After a few minutes of rest, the Bigfoot started digging like a mole into the opposite side of the ravine.  In a matter of seconds, the whole massive monster disappeared into the earth again.

Barrett is convinced that most, if not all, Bigfoot live underground in this manner, which explains a lot about them.

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One thought on “1979, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho: Hiker Stumbles Upon Burrowing Bigfoot

  1. That’s wild. A missing lady recently was lost there without a trace. Bigfoot maybe there in the area and could be a possible abductee. Just a theory. That is a cool account of seeing one.

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