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More Bigfoot Encounters

Updated on July 15, 2020
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Alex has taught at seven public schools, been accepted into three honorary societies, and traveled the Americas and Europe. He has his BS.



There are few people who are not familiar with the hairy creature. Few cryptids have gained the fame that bigfoot has. Some believe he is just a myth. Others are sure that he exists. Moreover, there are some individuals who claim to have seen the animal. Here are some more stories about bigfoot.

It appeared to be nine feet tall, with long arms swaying to the knee or below.

— Danny

Danny's Story

Not too long ago, I contacted this first gentleman. He was very helpful in providing me information about his experience. I asked him about what happened. He replied. "[I s]aw it walking on railroad tracks. It appeared to be nine feet tall, with long arms swaying to the knee or below." Of course, I was intrigued. "What color was the animal's coat?", I asked. "It was blackish brown, with hints of gray", he replied. I always love learning about the color of the hair. "When did it happen?", I asked. "July 1977, in Daniel Boone National Forest on Keno Bridge, Kentucky." I was fascinated with the story. I wasn't entirely surprised that this occurred in the south, as the south seems a prime area for such experiences.

Jason's Story

I was ready to learn more. I made myself ready to interview Jason. "What did the creature look like?", I asked curious. "Well, he had a round head, [and] forward facing eyes like me and you. [I c]ouldn't see no ears, [so] they must of laid flat against his head 'n' [been] covered with hair. I could not see his nose or mouth. Its skin color was really dark like his hair. Its body was obstructed by a little bush he was standing behind." This was the second time I learned of a bigfoot being behind a bush." This was the second time I had learned of a bigfoot being behind a bush. I was more curious than ever. I read on. He told me that "... this all happened within 20 to 25 yards away from each other. And [it] went on for a good minute to a minute and a half." A short encounter, but a detailed account. I wanted very much to experience this for myself. Perhaps, this is one reason I spend so much of my time in the wilderness. "When was all of this?", I asked. "Late 90's on the south eastern part of the Uinta Mountain Range. Nearest big city would be vernal. [It was in a]n area called red cloud loop road." I wanted more. "What color was the hair?" He replied back to me. "Really dark brown, almost black. It was probably between three 'n' [a] half to four feet tall."

The experience was proceeded by the loudest growl/roar that I could ever imagine and was very frightening.

— Craig

Craig's Story

"What did the animal look like?", I asked him. "If I saw a bigfoot, it was a juvenile. I was about 12 feet away, and I saw the back of the animal. What I observed was three to four inch long hair, not fur, and a muscled back. The hair was a reddish brown and the skin, which was clearly visible, was a similar color. The experience was proceeded by the loudest growl/roar that I could ever imagine and was very frightening." I decided to ask him when it had happened. He told me that it had been "[a]bout 20 years ago."

Final Thoughts

The mystery of bigfoot continues. As stories like these persist, are we moments away from catching bigfoot on video? Has his likeness already been captured? Perhaps, there will always be more questions than answers.

© 2020 Alexander James Guckenberger


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