1999, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia: Bigfoot Snow Tunnels Discovered


1999, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia: Bigfoot Snow Tunnels Discovered

While collecting snow samples for a rainfall survey, amateur meteorologist Dave Walker stumbled upon a rare and fabled phenomenon. Walker, like all West Virginians, had heard the stories as children about the extensive tunnels that Bigfoot dig in the winter. But no one he ever knew had actually found any of these fabled tunnels.

But Walker claims he found some. He described them as wide as they were tall and walls and ceilings were covered in a thin layer of ice. The floors of the tunnels were tightly stamped down by the massive bigfeet of numerous Bigfoot. There were great and clear foot impressions on the floors of the tunnels.

Walker followed the tunnel for about half a mile before becoming frightened and doubling back.

1953, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, Stanka Fishing In the River

TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY! 13 year old Stanka Drazenovich is fishing at the beaver damn with his two coon hounds. He had packed his father’s lunch pail with a cheese sandwich, some saltine table crackers, and an apple he picked from the Babner’s apple tree.

Right in the middle of his cheese sandwich, his two coon hounds, start barking at and lunging at the bushes on the other side of the river. The dogs started to swim toward the other shore. Stanka calls at them to come back, but they continue yelping and swimming across the muddy river.

Stanka can not see what the dogs are so fixated upon. But it is then, while sitting on the beaver damn, minding his own business, eating a cheese sandwich with his fishing line in the river, a dark and hairy man – much like the Indians in his pulp western novels – this tall and vascular man shrieks at them.

The dogs turn around, hightailing it back toward Stanka, who, himself is so frightened, drops his fishing pole into the water and leaves his father’s lunch pail, to run all the way home.

At some point while running through the woods, Stanka’s two coon hounds surpass him. Frightening him all the more.

2002, Monongahela National Forest, West Virgina, Golf Ball Sized Toes

TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY! Trevor Bunce was hitting a bucket of golf balls with his son, Connor, off a small rolling hill in Monongahela National Forest when both father and son heard the most hideous cries. Described to have sounded “like a wounded cat being tortured by a raccoon,” the noises kept getting louder and closer. When the cries were only a few feet away, Trevor sent Connor running back to the car, while he shot golf balls into the bushes where there was rustling and whimpering. Once the creature had been driven away, Trevor saw huge foot prints that resembled a monkey or ape with golf ball sized toes.