1944, Morin Lumber Company, Montana: Bigfoot Rolls Logs into Workshed

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1944, Morin Lumber Company, Montana: Bigfoot Rolls Logs into Workshed

Nightwatch man, Bruce Halfer, heard a commotion up on the ridge above his little workshed. The workshed is where he sat between walking his round around the Morin Lumber yard.

Halfer went out and shone his flashlight up the ridge where he heard the noises. He saw a dark figure on the ridge, three times the size of any of the men who worked at the lumber yard. And so dark that the figure seemed to absorb the light from his flashlight.

Halfer heard the sharp crack of a tree breaking, then heard the distinct sound of a log rolling down the gravel hill. Half did not hesitate, he ran in the opposite direction as fast as he could a several large logs smashed into his night guard workshed. It was completely demolished.

The next morning, in clear day light, Halfer and his boss investigated the site where the logs tumbled from and they found large bare footprints all over the area. Halfer was convinced he had been attacked by a Bigfoot.

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1984, Lake Jacomo, Montana: Bigfoot Eats Fisherman’s Bait

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1984, Lake Jacomo, Montana: Bigfoot Eats Fisherman’s Bait

Dave Mader was fishing in a remote area of Lake Jacomo. He had just cast his line into the lake, when a Bigfoot burst over the hill. The creature was running right at him. Mader jumped out of his lawn chair and started running away from the oncoming Monster.

After a few minutes, Mader was out of breath and exhausted, he leaned against a tree to catch his breath. He noticed that the monster was not chasing him. Mader is not sure the Bigfoot ever chased him. After an hour, Mader returned to where he had been fishing.

Mader found his alumium chair twisted and smashed. His fishing rod was hanging from a tree and his bait box was completely empty. It looked to Mader that the Bigfoot had eaten all Mader’s bait and when it could not find anything else to eat, became enraged and destroyed Mader’s belongings.

While Mader was out about a hundred dollars in stuff, he was very grateful to still have his life.

1981, Kootenai National Forest, Montana: Bigfoot Tug of War

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1981, Kootenai National Forest, Montana: Bigfoot Tug of War

While cleaning out his canoe before he continued on his trip, Tim Storez heard grunting and growling just over the hill in front of him. Being a dangerously curious person, Storez walked up to investigate.

When he got to the top of the hill, he saw two large hairy Bigfoot playing tug of war with a tree trunk. The Bigfoot seemed to know each other, according to Storez and were playing more than actually fighting. Storez watch the two pull and yank at the tree trunk of a minute or two, until the Bigfoot smelled him. Storez thinks their eye sight is very poor, because neither seemed to see him, but both stopped to furiously sniff the air.

Once they were satisfied that someone was watching them, they tossed the tree trunk in the general direction of Storez and then raced off in the opposite direction.

1967, Scapegoat Mountain, Montana: Bigfoot’s Glowing Orbs Observed

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1967, Scapegoat Mountain, Montana: Bigfoot’s Glowing Orbs Observed

Andrew Spikro was camping in the area around Scapegoat Mountain. He had just put down the book he was reading in his tent and turned down his battery operated lantern. Just as the dark filled the tent, Spikro saw five or six glowing orbs outside his tent.

He sat up to get a better look. The orbs were about the size of softballs. And that moved in semi-circles up and down around his tent.

Spikro could only guess how bright they actually were, since they were clearly defined through the dark fabric of his tent. As the orbs moved around the campsite, he heard grunting and snorting. Spikro claims these noises were clearly communication to several creatures.

The orbs and noise of campsite rummaging went on for a quarter hour. Then once the orbs were gone, Spikro went out to investigate his campsite. He found about 50 to 70 Bigfoot prints in the dirt around his tent.

Over the years, Spikro has been unable to get a satisfactory answer as to what those Bigfoot Glowing Orbs were or why they were there.

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, 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.

1884, outside Missoula, Montana: John Stoner Attacked By Wild Man

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1884, outside Missoula, Montana: John Stoner Attacked By Wild Man

Mapmaker and photographer John Stoner was returning to his home in Missoula, from a day trip. He rode on his wagon seated on his camera box. As the horse drawn wagon turned a bend in the road, Stoner noticed the horse was frightened by something. The horse slowed down to a near stop.

No matter how vigorously he tried, Stoner could not get the horse to move forward. Stoner noticed that in the bushes a few yards ahead were shaking violently. He called out, which just made the bushes shake harder. The horse became more uncomfortable.

Stoner jumped from the wagon, picked up a rock and lobbed it into the brush near the commotion. Just as the rock thumped down, the bushes exploded with a hairy wild man. The crazed wild man raced at Stoner with a murderous look in his eye and swinging his massive arms. The man stood on stubby legs with gigantic feet, had arms that were too long for his body, was naked except for a coat of body hair that covered him completely.

Stoner fought with the wild man. Stoner’s opponent hooted and shrieked like an animal. It’s long nails scratched and clawed at Stoner. The contest ended when Stoner was able to let loose his side arm and fire into the air. The wild man leaped off and scampered away.

Stoner’s encounter with the wild man made the national newspapers. Many, today, are convinced that he barely survived a Bigfoot attack, while others think based on Stoner’s description some other cyrptid attacked him that day.