1983, Willow Creek, California: Plaster Caster Discovers His Casts Destroyed

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1983, Willow Creek, California: Plaster Caster Discovers His Casts Destroyed

Willard L. Allner, retired navigator, found several excellent Bigfoot footprints in the bushes just off Friday Ridge Road.

Luckily, Allner had his plaster casting equipment in the trunk of his car. He raced back to where he was parked and quickly mixed up the plaster. Within the hour, he had carefully filled the deep and perfect looking impression. He marked the spot with a bandana tied to the end of stick. That was on the 18th of October.

Allner returned to the site to find his plaster casts completely disturbed. It looked like a Bigfoot had clawed at the plaster, completely upsetting the impression. Allner took this as evidence that the Bigfoot did not want proof getting out of its existence.

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1983, Willow Creek, California: Abandoned Plaster Footprint Cast Found

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1983, Willow Creek, California: Abandoned Plaster Footprint Cast Found

Sean Granneman was walking his dog, Ranger, along Friday Ridge Road. Ranger became totally fixated on this one spot about twenty five feet off the road.

Ranger would not come back when called, so Granneman had to climb the slight incline to fetch Ranger. When Sean got to see what Ranger was so fixated upon, he started to laugh. Ranger had gotten his paw stuck in a wet plaster cast that filled in a Bigfoot foot impression.

Granneman, used to Bigfoot hunters in the area, just shrugged it off. He felt bad that Ranger ruined some hunter’s plaster impression.

1996, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington: Bigfoot Seen Foraging with Large Stick

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1996, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington: Bigfoot Seen Foraging with Large Stick
Toni Boni was hiking around Gifford Pinchot National Forest when she came upon a startling sight. Just on the other side of a small creek, she saw a bulky animal man form hunched over a pile of wet leaves.
Toni crept closer. She thought it may have been a hunter who lost a contact lens, but as she got closer she was overwhelmed by powerful stench. As her nose filled with the pungent odor, she realized that she was almost face to nose with a genuine Bigfoot.
Toni saw that the creature was using a large smooth stick to forage around the pile of wet leaves. It seemed to be pick at slugs and other gross insects and putting them in a small pile next to its large feet.
Totally disgusted, Toni crept away.