Bigfoot Sighting Reported in Hoosier National Forrest.
Author: Conno Harrison TFBSN
A local Indiana native claims to have captured the image of BIGFOOT while hunting for mushrooms in a remote area of the Hoosier National Forrest. The Indiana resident, who wishes his name to remain anonymous, says he spotted the creature Thursday afternoon. After spotting the Bigfoot moving along a ponds edge the witness took only one picture before the battery on his iPhone died.
The witness said, ” when I looked up I saw it walking along the far side of the pond, I then slowly reached for my cell phone to start taking pictures.”
His description of the sighting:
“Its face was solid black, (with) no hair on it,” he said. “The hair looked shaggy all over (its body.) It turned as it was walking along the water’s edge, probably 30 yards. I could see the gluteus maximus flexing with each step.”
The witness went on to state he watched for several seconds as the “large bi-pedal animal covered in hair, took one step after another. When the thing looked over at me, I took off running toward my truck.”
The sighting reported took place around 11 AM during bright sunlight.
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