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.

1998, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington: Bigfoot Throws Rocks

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1998, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington: Bigfoot Throws Rocks

Harris Winnell was canoeing in Gifford Pinchot Forest. He was letting the slow current drift he along down the middle of the river. Suddenly, there was a massive splash to the left of him. Then another a little closer. The third splash was so close to the side of his canoe that he got wet.

Winnell knew that this was not something in the river, but rather something being thrown at him. That is when he saw the large hairy, dark figure on the ridge near his location. He watched at the the figure reached its huge powerful arm back and let fly a good sized rock, probably about the size of a soccer ball.

Winnell shouted at the figure. It was, then, that the figure leaned back and let out a horrifying howl unlike any human is capable of making. Winnell started paddling as fast as he could.

Later, when Winnell recounted the event to some other canoers along the river, they, too, had come across this angry monster throwing rocks at them. Everyone agreed whatever was up on that ridge was not human.

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.