2006, Great Burn, Idaho: Bigfoot Overturns Snowmobile


2006, Great Burn, Idaho: Bigfoot Overturns Snowmobile

Snowmobile enthusiast, Allen Shannon, had just unloaded his brand new snowmobile from his truck’s trailer. Shannon was about to start the snowmobile up, when he saw out of the corner of his eye a large brown creature moving toward him.

Fearing that a brown bear was coming at him, Shannon quickly got back into his truck and started the engine. As he sat there, he watched as a large Bigfoot walked up to his brand new snowmobile. The creature sniffed it a few times and batted at it with its hands. Then Shannon gasped in horror as the Bigfoot picked up the 100s of pounds of recreational vehicle, lifted it over its head, then slammed the machine to the ground.

The snowmobile seemed to explode into a million, trillion pieces. The Bigfoot kicked at some of the scraps, grunted a few times, then kept on walking as if nothing happened.

When Shannon reported the destruction of his property, he was informed that snowmobiles were not allowed in the Great Burn area, any longer.

2012, Sproul State Forest, Pennsylvania: Snowmobile Driver Sees Bigfoot


2012, Sproul State Forest, Pennsylvania: Snowmobile Driver Sees Bigfoot

College student Jason McDonald drove his snowmobile along Pete’s Run Trail. It was a quiet afternoon and there were no other people around. As McDonald passed a row of trees, he heard a terrible knocking sound. He stopped the snowmobile because he thought something was wrong with it.

Then he saw two of the trees shaking. The snow fell from their branches. McDonald felt he was in a movie watching something emerge from the woods. Just then, he saw the back outline of a 10 foot tall man walk between the trees. It turned its head to look at McDonald.

McDonald was certain from the slump of its shoulders and the way it turned its neck, he looked right at a real life Bigfoot. McDonald watched as the creature moved back and forth, shaking the trees. Then it turned and walked off in the other direction.

McDonald was too scared to go after it or even go toward the trees to examine the footprints. He just started his snowmobile and sped out of the area.