1988, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, Montana: Bigfoot Rides a Buffalo

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1988, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, Montana: Bigfoot Rides a Buffalo

Eric Killan claims that while camping in the flats of First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, he saw something truly amazing and possibly unbelievable.

Killan was sitting in the sun watching a hawk circle above him, when he noticed a line of dust off to the right. He went into his tent to get his binoculars. When he aimed the spy glasses at the dust, he nearly dropped the binoculars.

He is sure he saw a large North American Primate riding a buffalo. Killan is certain it was a young Bigfoot that straddled the buffalo as it ran in a straight line across the plain. When he was able to dig out his camera the buffalo was no longer running. And the bigfoot was no where to be seen.

Killan is certain he saw what he saw, even though he had eaten a lot of mescaline that morning with breakfast.

1985, Auger Creek, Arizona: Man Finds Prints in Mud

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1985, Auger Creek, Arizona: Man Finds Prints in Mud

While hiking around Auger Creek, Sam Wittershine noticed some unusual indentations in the dried mud near a waterfall.

Wittershine went over the investigate. As he leaned over to get a better look, he lost his balance and fell forward. In order, not to fall he took a step forward, but slipped and ended up falling into the creek.

By the time Wittershine climbed out of the creek, he managed to upset the mud where the indentations were located.

While he admits he did not get a good look, Wittershine is convinced he came across the footprints of a North American Bigfoot.

 

1986, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota: Hiker Sees Bigfoot Goop

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1986, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota: Hiker Sees Bigfoot Goop

Sam Kinder was hiking in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park around dusk. Kinder said he heard a slow drip up ahead.

“It sounded like when you empty a can of soup into the pan, that sort of long sluck,” Kinder reported.

As he approached the sound he saw that there was a whitish, goo dripping from the branches uphead.

“I seen enough horror movies, where the hillbilly goes and sticks his fingers or s stick into the alien goop and it scoots up that stick and starts taking over his body. I didn’t go near it,” Kinder said.

Instead, Kinder walked around the trees where the goop dripped down. When pressed to explain the origin of the slime, Kinder simply smiles and says, “Bigfoot, obviously.”

1983, Little Belt Mountains, Wyoming: Hikers Chased by Wild Bigfoot

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1983, Little Belt Mountains, Wyoming: Hikers Chased by Wild Bigfoot

Becky and William McRoberts had spent the day hiking around the Little Belt Mountains area in Wyoming. They came upon a particularly dense area of the woods. Becky noticed the slight tempeture drop and asked William if they could backtrack out of the area. After looking at his map, William decided that they should keep pressing forward since there was a road less than half a mile away.

About five minutes after this conversation the McRoberts heard some rustling behind them. Then they heard tree knocking, followed by a mournful howl. Becky became quiet alarmed, but William assured her to keep going. Soon enough though the noises seemed to be coming from in front of the couple, instead of behind them.

Becky begged William to stop so they could get a bearing on where the sounds were coming from, but he refused. As they stood arguing about it, a large Bigfoot stepped into view about 20 yards away. The couple described it as over 9 feet tall, orange in color, and with the most yellow eyes possible. It smelled like fish and body odor.

When the Bigfoot waved at them, Becky screamed and ran away. William took a second to figure out what was happening and followed her. For the next twenty minutes or so the Bigfoot chased the couple through the woods. Just when they would stop to catch their breath, the creature would pop up and growl at them. This scared them into running again.

Eventually, the couple got away from the monster. Or more likely the Bigfoot grew bored with its little game. The McRoberts consider themselves very lucky to be alive.

1985, Helena National Forest, Montana: Psychic Holds Bigfoot Seances

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1985, Helena National Forest, Montana: Psychic Holds Bigfoot Seances

Today marks the first time, Miss Olga held her weekly Bigfoot Seance in Helena National Forest. Miss Olga, a renown psychic was reading tarot cards one night. The cards behaved strangely that night, so strangely that Miss Olga could not finish the reading because she became so frightened.

That same night, Miss Olga experienced a lucid dream in which a group of brown and yellowish Bigfoot communicated with her. She dreamed that she was floating in Helena National Forest when she came upon a Bigfoot tribal circle. The tribe welcomed Miss Olga and showed her their entire race history in a few psychic blasts.

When Miss Olga woke the next day, she understood that she had been called to spread the beauty and truth of the extinct Bigfoot race that lived in North American thousands of years before man. To this end, she organized a series of seances in a very secret and remote clearing that had been shown to her by the Bigfoot spirits.

Miss Olga successfully lead these seances for nearly twenty years, until she died suddenly of obesity.

1983, Backbone State Park, Iowa: Snowmobile Riders Hear Howls

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1983, Backbone State Park, Iowa: Snowmobile Riders Hear Howls

While riding their rented snowmobiles along some trails in Backbone Park, Amanda and her brother Bert Vikingstone heard a deep, sonorous rumbling that caused them to stop. Fearing something was wrong with one of the motors of the snowmobiles, Bert cut his engine while ordering his sister to keep hers idling.

Listening carefully to the hum of the motor, Bert and Amanda were startled to hear the rumbling grow in pitch and volume. The noise became a whoop that shook the tree tops. Amanda turned off her snowmobile and the two siblings sat listening to the noisy undulations.

The whoop turned into a shriek before it suddenly ceased. Frightened now, the brother and sister started the snowmobiles, turned around and raced back the way they came.

Later, while Amanda tried to imitate the sound they heard, the owner of the snowmobile rental informed the pair that they were lucky because they had heard the cries of a Bigfoot. Some people wait their whole lives and never ever hear even a peep.

Amanda believed what they heard was a Bigfoot, while Bert remains incredulous.

1985, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Oregon: Bigfoot Throws Snowballs

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1985, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Oregon: Bigfoot Throws Snowballs

Daniel Cortland was taking photos for his family Christmas card in the Gifford Pinchot Forest. He had gotten some nice shots, but nothing that was really great.

As he plodded along through the snow, he saw a tree that was completely outlined in snow. As he inched closer for the perfect angle, he was hit in the head with a snowball. Startled he called out. He was immediately answered by a laughing howl. Then another snowball hit him. And another.

Cortland twirled around and tried to find the culprit. He spied a 12 foot hairy beast hiding behind one of the larger trees about 100 yards away. He raised his camera to get a shot of the Bigfoot, but only saw the white blur of the snowball that smacked into his camera.

Cortland called out angrily that his camera was off limits, but was answered only by a more intense barrage of snowballs. Completely humiliated, Cortland turned heel and ran away. The soft pad of snowballs followed as he ran.

Cortland remains surprised that when he tells of his Bigfoot encounter, most people believe everything except the creatures impeccable aim.