1949, Rifle Gap, Colorado: Bigfoot Shot at by Bird Watcher

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1949, Rifle Gap, Colorado: Bigfoot Shot at by Bird Watcher

Mark Ketting pulled his car over to do some impromptu bird watching. Ketting got out of his car and walked a fifty feet into the woods. He was scanning the trees with his binoculars, when something rushed him. It bumped into him and nearly knocked him over.

Ketting started to angrily react, when he got a good look at the beast that slammed into him. Ketting recognized at once that he had been rushed by a Bigfoot. Ketting drew his pistol and managed to get off a few shots at the Bigfoot that was racing away.

Ketting remains convinced that his wounded the beast, but there was no evidence of blood anywhere in the area.

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1978, Unicoi State Park, Georgia: Parker Girls Fend Off Bigfoot

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1978, Unicoi State Park, Georgia: Parker Girls Fend Off Bigfoot

Sisters, Julie and Kirsten Parker, were camping in Unicoi State Park. Just after midnight on their last day in the Park, their campsite came under assault by a number of Bigfoot.

Julie was the first to hear the creatures rustling around their supplies. She peeked out and saw two large Bigfoot looking creatures throwing their pots and pans around and stamping on their fire pit.

Julie woke her sister. The two of them got flashlights and aimed the beams in the eyes of the Bigfoot creatures. The monsters were startled and ran into the woods.

The rest of the night the Parker Sisters’ tent was pelted with pine cones and dirt clumps. Both sisters were incredibly frightened. As morning came, the Bigfoot seemed to grow bored or tired. By daybreak, the assault was completely over.

Both Parker Sisters swore off camping forever.

1951, Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia: Bigfoot Steals Fishing Boots

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1951, Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia: Bigfoot Steals Fishing Boots

Alan Mellot was getting ready for his pre-dawn fishing, when he remembered he forgot something back at his tent. So he jogged back up toward his campsite.

On his way back to his fishing spot, Mellot saw a large Bigfoot ambling past him. He noticed that the creature held in its paws Mellot’s pair of brand new fishing boots. Mellot called out for the Bigfoot to stop, but the creature did not stop. Nor did the monster drop the new fishing boots.

“I don’t know why it took those boots,” Mellot said, “there was no way in hell they would have fit those gigantic feet of Bigfoot.”

1997, Mark Twain National Forest, Missouri: Bigfoot Tree Knocking Explained

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1997, Mark Twain National Forest, Missouri: Bigfoot Tree Knocking Explained

Danny Katay was hiking through Mark Twain forest. He had heard this time of year two Bigfoot were often seen. The theory was that they were migrating West.

Katay neither heard nor saw any Bigfoot activity nor evidence. Until he heard three distinct tree knocks. He raced toward the direction of the knocking.

Katay came upon a clearing and saw the two Bigfoot. One over 12 feet tall and the small one closer to 9 feet. They were both holding large rocks in their massive hands. They took turns throwing the rocks at a nearby tree. The force of the rocks took the bark off the side of the tree.

Katay thinks that he discovered the origin of the majority of the tree knocking phenomenon. It is target practice. The Bigfoot must use rocks in hunting and defense.

2011, Bunny Flat Trail, California: Bigfoot Gropes Cross Country Skier

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2011, Bunny Flat Trail, California: Bigfoot Gropes Cross Country Skier

Nancy Rowland was cross country skiing along Bunny Flat Trail. She stopped to look at a strange nest exposed in the bare branches of a nearby tree.

Lost in thought, Rowland did not hear the gentle thump of the Bigfoot approaching her. Suddenly she felt the large hair arms embrace her. She started to scream as the Bigfoot pinched her behind.

Rowland claims that her scream must have startled the Bigfoot who was not used to being denied its forward advances. The gross creature, immediately released Rowland. It muttered something that sounded like a half hearted apology and then walked away with its massive head hanging low.

It did look back once or twice, almost as if the Bigfoot expected Rowland to call it back for more bottom pinching.

1866, Hemptead, Texas: General George Armstrong Custer Displays Bigfoot Head

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1866, Hemptead, Texas: General George Armstrong Custer Displays Bigfoot Head

General George Armstrong Custer in order to enforce his draconian ban on foraging undertook extreme measures. He flogged his troops, shaved their heads, and even staged mock executions where he spared the condemned at the last possible moment.

But his most extreme and flagrantly offensive tactic was to display the severed head of a Bigfoot that some of his men had shot and killed thinking the gentle creature a hostile combatant.

The three Native American guides that traveled with General Custer’s regiment warned that to kill a Bigfoot was to curse yourself to certain and humiliating death. General Custer laughed in their faces and made the Native Americans carry the pike with the the Bigfoot head.

Of course, only a few short years later, General Custer became famous for the most humiliating deaths in history.

1962, Petosky State Park, Michigan: Bigfoot Seen Tripping On Tree Roots

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1962, Petosky State Park, Michigan: Bigfoot Seen Tripping On Tree Roots

While camping in the Petosky Park, Michigan native Lou Hutchings saw something he will never forget. While he was hiking around around his campsite, he heard a commotion a few yards ahead of him. It sounded like a large animal struggling to get up – twigs snapped, leaves rustled, and there was a low groan.

As Hutchings approached, he saw an 8 foot Bigfoot slowly getting to its huge feet. The Bigfoot was using a tree for balance. Then the creature took a few cautious steps, before its bigfoot big toe stubbed against a tree root that stuck up out of the dirt.

Hutchings watched in horror as the monster tumbled forward. The Bigfoot landed face first on the ground with a tremendous thud. The creature rolled over on its back, placed its hands behind its large head, and acted as if it meant to lay down and look up at the clouds.

Hutchings feared the the Bigfoot would be angry and embarrassed if it saw him giggling at it, so he slowly made his way back toward his campsite.