2010, Near New Washington, Ohio: Bus Load of Elderly Attacked By Bigfoot

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2010, Near New Washington, Ohio: Bus Load of Elderly Attacked By Bigfoot

Joe Toth was driving a charter bus from Newark to Kelley’s Island, Ohio. It was about a three hour trip, but since Toth was charter by a senior citizen retirement home, his route was off the major freeways.

About half way into the trip, just outside of New Washington and about twenty-five minutes after the last scheduled bathroom stop, Toth’s bus started to act funny – like all the power was draining.

Toth gunned the engine but it just sputtered and stalled. He barely got the bus over to the side of the road. They were really in the middle of nowhere, only flat nearly barren farmland as far as anyone could see.

Just as the seniors started to get restless, Toth came back into the bus to inform the travelers that another bus was on its way. It was then, as Toth finished his little speech, that the bus started rocking back and forth.

All the seniors tsk tsked and gasp as big hairy palms slapped at the windows and huge yellow teeth gnashed in growling howls. Toth got a good look at it as it bolted around the bus.

“It was a Bigfoot if I ever seen one. Looks just like that fellow they got on the television these days. Nasty smelly ape man with huge feet,” Toth reported.

After about twenty minutes of the Bigfoot attack, the seniors all worked up and agitated, the assault ended just as quickly as it started.

“Sure enough, as soon as that Bigfoot left, didn’t the bus start right back up,” Toth said, “Seems to me that the Bigfoot had some magical power that drained all the electricity out of the bus. Its the only explanation.”

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