O.K. here we go again. Granted I expect a couple of you out there are doubting this and have expressed this, I certainly respect your right to do so. That being said there are some of you who have dealt with this Bigfoot experience in a very real way. So here it goes, I had mentioned my son and his girlfriend last weekend were going back to the place my son had his May Bigfoot sighting experience. I wanted to get this thread out here as I'm going out of town for a couple of days and wanted to see the feedback and responses. Understand something too, my son's girlfriend is a anthropology major at a university and my son is a geography major. They are doing this Bigfoot report as their college thesis, so they are legititmally doing this research for college credits. Not just for fun, but seriously looking into it.
O.K. Now that we have that established, I'll proceed with the experience. My son and his girlfriend hiked further down into a river canyon about 2 to 3 miles steep, a elevation drop of about 2,000 ft. 70% slope down this trail. They made their base camp at the river. Like before they saw huge piles of turds , but this time it was dark in color and looked like bear poop. As they were setting up camp they came upon an area not far from the camp and surprise, surprise ! They found a huge footprint 14 inches in length and about 8 to 9 inches wide. My son took a great pivture of it which he sent to my personal computer e-mail. This print is pretty clear imbedded in mud/ grass so it's easy to see. If anyone that has better computer skills than me can tell me how to transfer it from my personal / computer e-mail at comcast to this site, I would be happy to show you all the photograph, I'm just a dinosaur with trandferring photos. I'm open to your help.
Anyway, back to the story. They were excited about getting this photograph. Then they started hiking up a valley that doesn't see hardly any human traffic as the trail is poor and it is remote. This valley goes up a canyon creek very thick forest and berry bushes. About a mile and a half up this canyon from their campsite off to the left of the trail , the downhill side leading to the creek they heard a noise. My son said , " Everything went dead quiet as we stopped, no birds, no other animals, no sounds. " Then my son took just one more step and 30 feet in front of them to the left in thick berry bushes they heard a huge animal crashing through the bushes running away from them. And they heard it run on 2 feet, bi-pedal. My son said the noise of this thing running was so loud because the animal was huge they could hear it up to 100 to 200 yards away still running down a 70% slope crashing through bushes and trees to the creek at the bottom. They did not see the animal, but definitely heard just 2 feet running like a man. The bushes and brush were moving, they could see the creature making that move, but the brush was too high to see it.My son said he has never seen an animal move that fast. Being hunting season, the Bigfoot probably wanted the hell out of there. Needless to say they were amazed by their experience. As they returned to their base camp trying to embrace what they had just experienced, when they got back to the camp, they heard a strange pounding of rocks together downstream. It is interesting to note that in some Bigfoot sighting accounts, the animal has been reported to bang rocks together or even throw rocks at people to get them out of their area.
So, that was their experience. Mrs. Flipper and I are going with my son to this spot the first weekend in October, and as you can imagine ,he is pretty excited with what he is discovering at this spot in this remote area. By the way, on his and girlfriend's trip, they did not see one person on this trail the whole trip. It is pretty remote and you have to have a good map of the roads to get there. So let me know what you guys think? Pretty interesting, huh? If anyone has expertise on transferring the pictures he sent to my computer e-mail to this site I would appreciate SIMPLE instructions. Thanks so much. I'd love to show you this footprint picture. So thanks for reading, welcome any and all responses