An Idaho motorist told the local sheriff’s department that a Bigfoot sighting caused her to crash her car last Wednesday night.
According to Pullman Radio, the woman, who was not identified, told the Latah County Sheriff’s Office that she saw a Sasquatch chasing a deer on a stretch of US-95 outside of Potlatch.
She said the creature was “shaggy” and between 7 and 8 feet tall, the Moscow-Pullman Daily News reported.
The woman checked her mirrors to see the Bigfoot, but as her eyes re-adjusted to the road she hit the deer with her Subaru Forester, the newspaper said.
Pullman Radio reported that the woman continued driving, picked up her husband from work then drove to the sheriff’s office to report the incident. Officers did not find any evidence of Bigfoot at the scene of the crash.
The radio station reported that the 50-year-old driver suffered a “minor neck injury.”
The Independent reported: Jan McGirk joined a team of paranormal investigators to check out reports of 10ft giant apes in the rainforest near Kota Tinggi. This is what they found.
At first glance it might have seemed like nothing. A four-inch impression in the mud of the Malaysian rainforest. On closer inspection, however, it seemed as if it might be the astounding find the expedition had been hoping for. A footprint of the creature known variously as Bigfoot, Sasquatch, the tropical Yeti or – to locals – the Mawas. Said to grow up to 10- feet tall, with an awesome armspan, a trio of these undiscovered hominids were at the centre of a flurry of unconfirmed sightings by frightened plantation workers three months ago. And in the fading light of the Bukit Lantang woods on the fringe of dense forest in Johor state, a single splayed print appeared to offer the most compelling evidence yet that we were on the trail of the mighty beast.
The BFRO team meets with local Neil Young to discuss a very interesting photograph he captured of what he believes is a Bigfoot living in a UK forest.
This week we chat with world renowned cryptozoologist and researcher Eric H Altman. We discuss some of the hotspots on the NE coast of America for Cryptids and Paranormal encounters.
NEWS HUB Today Reported.
One of the world’s greatest mysteries is on the cusp of being solved by Otago University Professor Neil Gemmell – whether or not the Loch Ness monster actually exists. For the first time ever, he’s scouring the waters of Scotland’s Loch Ness to capture the DNA of anything and everything living in it. If Nessie is alive and kicking – or paddling – its DNA will be in the lake, and is likely to be picked up by Prof Gemmell and his team. His method involves taking water samples from 300 different locations in the loch, and at different depths.
NEW IN TODAY: In the early hours of the morning on 11/6/2018 a van driver travelling on the road between Warrington and Manchester going about his normal nightly routes saw something crossing the road in front of him that he can not explain, the creature, described as dog like, but bigger than a horse and moving fast shocked the driver, when describing the speed he said “it dusted out of sight in seconds” the sighting has left the man confused as to what he saw and how it could’ve moved away from him so fast. The road itself runs between two nature parks and is surrounded by other strange accounts of skulking road crossing creatures and growls.
The driver himself has no prior interest in cryptids, strange creatures or anything out of the norm really, and to be honest he was very skeptical of a family member who had in the past spoke about a sighting of something unexplained they once had. He now feels less skeptical no doubt.
Cryptozoology News today reported A man in Jefferson City says he saw and ran over a creature resembling a dog and a rabbit.
The 52-year-old Missourian, who provided a full name and contact information but asked to remain anonymous, claims he was driving from Colorado to South Dakota when he came across the being.
“I was going from Colorado Springs to Rapid City. It was about 1 a.m. when I came over a small hill on Highway 85 just north of Lusk, Wyoming,” the IT senior manager told Cryptozoology News about the May 2012 incident. “As I came over the hill, saw a creature in my headlights that looked like an over sized white rabbit.”
The man says he unsuccessfully tried not hitting the animal.
In May 2005 the British newspapers picked on a strange story in the NW if England in a seaside village. The mystery beast as tall as a Labrador dog with big loping ears, a large mouth, light in colour and which moved with a lolloping gait was mystifying residents of the heavily wooded Green Drive area in the Lancashire town of Lytham.
Over twenty witnesses have reported seeing the animal which some describe as a “Hound from the Baskervilles,” an overgrown hare, a werewolf, one chap even likened it to Bigfoot, while another to the cartoon character Wile E. Coyote. Others simply believe it is a mangy fox, or a Muntjac Deer. The more sceptical folk in the area say there has been too much of the amber nectar flowing freely down some peoples necks.