TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
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.