1996, Avacado Lake, California: Swimmers Attacked by Bigfoot

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1996, Avacado Lake, California: Swimmers Attacked by Bigfoot

Teens Bailey Davidson and Stephanie Gonzales were swimming in Lake Avacado. The lake is notorious for the high number of drownings that occur each year. This statistic did not affect the teens’ choice to go for a swim though after their scary encounter that day, neither would ever swim in that lake again.

The girls were both accomplished swimmers, Davidson was on the high school swim team and Gonzales had been on the swim team.

As the two friends swam, something hairy and large came floating by them. At first, Davidson thought it was a log. Gonzales thought it might be a beaver. But when the hairy object got closer to the girls, they realized it was a huge humanoid creature.

Davidson recognized that the creature was a Bigfoot and she let out a ear splitting scream. The Bigfoot started trashing and splashing and growling and spitting as it kept swimming straight at the girls. Gonzales dove underwater and swam as fast as she could back to shore. While Davidson swam off in the other direction.

By the time the Bigfoot realized the girls had gone in opposite directions, it was too tired to do much more than float away on its back, sunning its massive, hairy belly.

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1996, Red Rock Canyon, Oklahoma: Rock Climbing Bigfoot

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1996, Red Rock Canyon, Oklahoma: Rock Climbing Bigfoot

Omar Hughes and Joe Plates were getting ready for a fun day of rock climbing in Red Rock Canyon, when Hughes shouted for Plates to look up at the side of the cliff.

Among the red rock, slowly scaling upward, was a huge brown figure. Hairy and damp looking. For such a large, bulky figure it seemed to scale the rock face with great ease.

Plates pointed out the size of the creature’s feet, which despite their size, gripped to the rocks with great power and agility.

Both seasoned rock climbers were incredibly impressed by the Bigfoot’s rock climbing ability. They watched the creature scale the entire cliff until it disappeared over the top.

Hughes and Plates attempted to retrace the route that the Bigfoot used, but found it was too steep and impassable, which further impressed them.