BigfootEvidence.com We’re not saying this is Bigfoot, but it looks like it could be the real thing. A woman who has had many sightings in this part Jackson County, Missouri said she was only 100ft away from the creature when she took the photograph and it was as clear as day to her what she saw. The witness took multiple photographs of the Bigfoot, but only one came out “good”. The BFRO investigator, Carter Buschardt, writes:
After our conversation, the witness had a second sighting on a trail in the James A. Reed Wildlife Area and called me. She often visits the area of her prior Report #41195, and she walks the same trail every time she goes out there, many times with her granddaughter in tow. She said it was clear as a bell and knows exactly what she saw. This occurred within 100 feet of a previous sighting filed by myself, see Report #40306. She called all excited and out of breath. “I got him, I got him”……she was watching it as it watched her, to the side of the trail, and snapped several pics. Unfortunately the photos didn’t come out all that clear, this is the best one. This witness would rate high on the observational skills. She is a retired psychologist, studied physiology and anatomy. She has interviewed criminal suspects and is a keen observer of body language and traits. Very well spoken and her story never wavered. This witness would be one of the best witnesses interviewed by myself.
I’m on record, I believe that there could be an unknown creature or hominid in the deep conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest, I’ve seen the footprints with the metatarsal ridge and I think that too many have been discovered in remote areas with too many consistent qualities to all be fakes. I am also on record as saying that I think the deep conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest is the only place in North America that this relict population could exist with a body or another form of physical evidence being found that proves it’s existence. I think all of these sightings in other parts of the United States are all misidentification or hoaxes. I believe that this picture, from Missouri, is most likely an uprooted stump but possibly another hunter in a ghillie suit. Or a hoax, and she is hoping to get the “Finding Bigfoot” crew to her town, and stimulate the local economy. Hard to believe that this woman, who this article makes out to seem very educated, would be this excited about a blurry photo of some sort of object in the woods. Note to everyone hunting Bigfoot evidence, he the creature never been documented to have harmed or killed anyone, and apparently likes to sit still and hope to go unnoticed when seen. Take your time and zoom in, focus your camera, and get a good shot.