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Bigfoot Seen and Photographed in Oklahoma

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 28th, 2006

There have been some recent reports coming out of Atoka, Oklahoma of sightings of Bigfoot there.

I have received more than a few emails from people in the area, relaying the stories published in the Atoka County Times, a weekly newspaper from the area.

Thursday night, KXII Channel 12 news ran a report concerning these recent sightings. The station’s website has the video clip of the broadcast.

A local legend is getting new life. In the last two weeks, there were three separate Bigfoot sighting in rural Atoka County. The final sighting included photos that some say is the mysterious creature itself.

Talk to people around Clear Boggy Creek in Atoka County and you will here thousands of stories. But last week, the legend himself, Bigfoot, was supposedly spotted in those very woods.

They have grown up on these woods and know them well. But last week, 13-year-old Morgan Whatley and her 12-year-old brother Garrett came across something strange right across the creek was a creature she’d never seen before.

But the claims of the Whatley kids were passed off as a child’s imagination. That changed just days later when a woman in her fifties had to be taken to a hospital. She reported seeing a big hairy creature in her yard and had an anxiety attack.

It’s all over the newspaper and on everyone’s mind; what was seen at boggy bottom? Some people say it is Bigfoot. Others aren’t believers yet.

A local store owner set up game cameras hoping to catch a glimpse. The pictures are below. We’ll let you be the judge.

Atoka County Bigfoot

Atoka County Bigfoot

Atoka County Bigfoot

Atoka County Bigfoot

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Are these photos of a Bigfoot? It looks like a person wearing an animal pelt draped over their back to me. An enlargement of the right hand shows what looks like to me a light-skinned person’s bare fingers.

Atoka County Bigfoot

What do the readers of Cryptomundo think?

At least it’s not this guy again…

Oklahoma Game Camera Photo

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Oklahoma Game Camera Photo

Enlargement of subject in above photo

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

78 Responses to “Bigfoot Seen and Photographed in Oklahoma”

  1. harleyb responds:

    What in tarnations?

  2. harleyb responds:

    Looks like a bear that’s been drinking.

  3. David V responds:

    This is pretty silly. Not only does it look like a guy wearing animal pelts on his back, one pelt looks darker than the other. Also, I would think that the skinny wrists and small, pale hands would be a dead giveaway!

  4. Scarfe responds:

    Hahahah. Looks like a feral human is on the loose. Weird.

  5. Tobar responds:

    I liked the Grimace Bigfoot. =P

  6. harleyb responds:

    I got it, it’s the “man,bear,pig” right?

  7. shumway10973 responds:

    ok, the first two photos would have left us guessing. They should have stopped there. There is no way that a bf would stick around for someone to get as close as the one of its back. At that range, I think any animal, no matter how docile they might be, they would be at least turning around and showing teeth or running so fast that no one could have gotten that good of a shot. What is with all the bf hoaxes anyway? I think the pratical joke story says it all–it is dangerous to play bf. I know there was a hobo living near my parent’s ranch that made a jacket out of bear hide. He was warned that that would not be too smart. Sure enough he was shot and the person said they thought he was big foot. Kind of reminds me of Clan of the Cave Bears.

  8. bfrwannab responds:

    I vote “man,bear,pig” someone needs to tell Al!

  9. kidkarysma responds:

    Why does it need a wolf pelt on its back?

  10. bill green responds:

    hi craig & loren i think these resent oklahoma sasquatch encounters are very interesting. the areas of the encounters look like great habitat for sasquatch or any wildlife. i hope the eyewittnessess are reinterviewed by the tbrc. the creature in the photo looks authentic becouse of all the heat it looks sweaty mangey etc. thats becouse it looks like its wearing something when actually its hair is just wet & shaggy. the creature looks gorilla like in appearance. so dont all say hoax until all the eyewittnesses are reinterviewed and the tbrc can put night vision cams or regular cams in those areas. its ok be skeptical of these encounters. only time will tell. good morning bill green. im sure in time more sightings will be mentioned in oklahoma newspapers and im sure the researchers at tbrc & cryptomundo will keep us all here informed. :)

  11. swnoel responds:

    Looks like another couple of low budget “B movies”

    The first one is titled. Grizzly Adams in, “Who stole the outhouse?”

    Does look like he may need more fiber in his diet.

    The second series… “Still looking for the outhouse…. ooops too late.”


  12. P.S.Anderson responds:

    Bill Green-
    You can’t be serious. But if you are, I’ve got a really nice bridge for sale.

  13. bill green responds:

    hi p.s.anderson i was just expressing a opinion. but the creature in these photos is definetly no mountain lion or bear or a couger. if its a person in a costume then that person is realy nuts wearing a sasquatch costume in heatwave conditions they would be dead in seconds etc. so we are not realy not sure what kind of animal is in the photos until a full indeph investigations of those resent sasquatch encounters ok. good morning bill green i do agree kinda with above reply to me it always good to becareful to check the facts out first.

  14. Loren Coleman responds:

    I’m surprised that whoever is producing this stuff hasn’t suggested it’s a Bigfoot involved in a ritual dance with a grizzly bear skin draped over its back. You can clearly see the line of the animal skin ending, on the back of the right leg, and the probable “gorilla suit” underneath.


  15. Bennymac responds:


  16. jayman responds:

    For whatever it’s worth, there have been reports of BF type creatures wearing skins, even cast-off human rags… but more likely, some guy threw a filthy bear rug over his back to disguise the cheap suit… the overall impression is bear-like except for the hand.

  17. southernfriedbigfoot responds:

    Wonder who’d win in a fight: Animal Skin Bigfoot pictured above or Gotta Go To The Bathroom Bad Bigfoot pictured below?

  18. fredfacker responds:

    It’s somebody with a coyote pelt draped over his back. You can even see the edges of the skin.

    Kind of reminds me of those cave-dwelling people in “The 13th Warrior” who would wear the bear skins to scare people when they attacked.

  19. Ole Bub responds:

    Good morning Craig….

    Interesting…this area is about 60 miles NW of the latest TB activity near Paris Texas….prime habitat…great history of activity….in the midst of a long term drought….with a statewide “excessive heat alert”…hoax or the critter…he needs a bath…JMHO

    I still maintain the “body” or documentation will come from the ArklaTexhoma region…JMHO

    Go Sasquatch…sis boom bah…

    ole bub and the dawgs

  20. DWA responds:

    Now see?


    THIS is what the big feller does to throw us off the scent!

    1. First he makes sure they get a couple of “face in the shrubbery, damn, he’s SO CLOSE BUT WE CAN’T SEE THE FACE!!!!” shots.

    2. THEN, he heads into the open, using his Shape-Shifting Four-Dimensional Bigfootiness!! to ensure that we don’t get any other clear pix of him until his BACK is to us. “Damn! If only we could SEE THE FACE….!!!”

    3. Killing the they-still-exist!!!! Oklahoma gray wolf and draping the skin over him? THAT, people, is the “oh look at this, a guy wearing a skin, a bad one too!” touch.

    4. And finally, using either 4DBFiness or the Slimfast Diet, he scrawns down those arms to hoaxer proportions.

    VOILA! We laugh, turn back to “America’s Got Talent!”, and Leave The Wild In Peace!

    Hmmmm. Maybe he IS an extraterrestrial.

    GAME camera!?!?!?!? HUNH?

    Now look at the last two photos, of “This Guy Again.” The elemental power of that critter, so clearly evident even on film (sense the feral calm, even though HE’S GOTTA GO, REAL BAD!!!!) suddenly gives me the creeps. THAT’S HIM….!

  21. JRC responds:

    Thank you Loren, I was about to write the exact same thing. Heck in the first picture you can almost make out the bear’s face on this guy’s head. Not to mention that there is no way these were taken with a game camera as claimed. The first two images are too far away and have too much flora in between the camera and the subject. The last two are clearly on an open trail. Was the “game camera” floating in the air? bill green, I appreciate your enthusiasm and you are right to request the correct due diligence, but these are obvious fakes.

  22. DWA responds:

    Or, a they-still-exist! OK grizzer bar with the mange. Take yer pick.

    (The Toklat coloration: intriguing. Obviously dispersal is taking place.)

  23. Porkchop responds:

    Why doesn’t anyone believe in the manbearpig?

    This is obviously a circus manbearpig because the seam for his suit goes down the side, unlike the traditional butt seam of blue jeans that would cause chafing on his unicycle.

    In the words of Al Gore,

    I’m so cereal!

  24. Ole Bub responds:

    No Grizzer bears or grey wolves in Oklahoma….around here we call them red wolves….the local TV video links were interesting…

    There is a very active Woodford shale horizontal drilling play evolving in SE Oklahoma…which may account for increased sightings in the future…horizontal wells have a larger footprint and are much more labor and capital intensive than vertical wells….which means new roads larger locations and increased vehicle traffic 24/7…just an observation.

    A warning to hoaxers…drillers and roughnecks are notorious gun nuts.

    seeing is believing…

    ole bub and the dawgs

  25. greywolf responds:

    Hmmmmmmmm wonder when the hoaxers are going to get together and start a new soap opera…….Day in the Life of Bigfoot or something….It gets boring after a bit….oh well I need a laugh each day…now we know why BF is hard to find he is a shamed by the bad press.

  26. twblack responds:

    Nice try guys maybe next time.

  27. Ceroill responds:

    Um…manbearpig? I think I’m missing something. Anyone care to explain the injoke?

  28. smylex responds:

    give me a break.

  29. mike2k1 responds:

    O.K. Craig, after looking at those pictures, you owe me a squeegee and a cup of coffee next time I see you!!
    Does coffee stain computer screens??

  30. KenMD responds:

    I agree with Manbearpig.
    If you don’t understand search it on under manbearpig and south park.
    It is a south park episode.
    Made me laugh. Manbearpig. New crypto creature.
    Back to the pic, I think it is a squatch with tertiary syphillis with that walk.

  31. robzilla responds:


  32. Ceroill responds:

    Thanks. Knew there was a subculture reference there that was zipping past me.

  33. Miseryoak responds:

    Obviously a Giant Ground Sloth. But, what is it doing all the way up in Oklahoma? Hmmmmmmmmmmm……

  34. Sassafrasquatch responds:

    It looks like the costume used in the Sci FI channel movie ” Sasquatch ” – – With Lance Henriksen.. The Sasquatch in that movie looked much like this one. Wish we had a frontal view to confirm.

    If your going to do a hoax.. at least put some effort into it. A guy in a furry suit is not really enough to fool people anymore.

  35. Ceroill responds:

    Ok. Seen the vid on YouTube. Yep. I agree. Manbearpig.

  36. aaha responds:

    It’s Dee Snyder from Twisted Sister or a fella with a bear skin over his head. Very silly.

  37. crypto_randz responds:

    I dont know what to say about the photos? It looks like too strange. Its a judgment call to know what that animal is. To tell you the truth it looks like a hoax.

  38. Dudlow responds:

    Concerning the top 5 photos: I’m not thinking human impersonating Sasquatch, I’m thinking human impersonating Bushman – the proto-hominid ‘cave man’ variety commonly reported in the Alaska/Yukon and Russian Caucasus/ Pamir mountain regions – who is sometimes reportedly observed wearing the skins of animals and carrying clubs, etc. But it seems so unlikely that he would be so far out of his range in Oklahoma.

    I wonder if this guy whistles? Also, perhaps more than anything else, it reminds me of the ‘Beast of Bray Road’ that has been so much written about – the so-called ‘dog-faced sasquatch’. Oh, … now I’m so… confused ….

    Once again, it just is not possible to fake the comparatively long arms of squatchy which are no where evident in these photos, even allowing for the slight foreshortening of the camera angle. And I believe the same may hold true for the Bushman morphology as well. As for the Beast of Bray Road, I don’t know what its ‘correct’ body proportions might be. Maybe this is him.

    But let’s face it, folks, for those who really want to believe, or for those who were actually startled in situ to briefly glimpse this type of character traipsing around in the bush, it would be a real eye opener and cause for a possible heart attack! I’d probably be in ICU by now.

    While I am intrigued by the ‘suggested’ ratio morphology of the leg limbs, I just can’t see enough to know where the tibia/femur joint is or exactly where the hips/buttocks might be. That darned wolf(?) skin camoflauges all of the lower body proportions, making it impossible to observe the limb ratios and proportions. Perhaps conveniently deliberate. Nice blur.

    Believe it or not, in my city there is a guy (not all there) with a great, big, wooden staff who walks all the way downtown and back almost every day, with a large wolf skin draped across his shoulders and down over his butt and legs. He has a massive beard/facial hair, etc. and could almost pass for the trickster in the above 5 photos.

    Hmmm, come to think of it I haven’t actually seen him these past couple of months…

  39. rayrich responds:

    Why even expose such obvious hoaxes? Anybody out there see the movie about a Pa. Bigfoot called ‘Suburban Sasquatch’? I was told it was a decent movie available at Best Buy in a 6cd set of horror flicks.

  40. mysticrhythms responds:

    All I can do is laugh – it is so ridiculous to believe that anyone would seriously think that anyone deeply involved in research would think these were real. And also heartbreaking at the same time that these people feel the need to perpetuate these hoaxes for attention. What a shame they are so miserable that they want to prop themselves up by preying on the gullibility of others.

  41. oldbutnotstupid responds:

    more fake pictures. And I thought poor old over worked bigfoot took a well needed vacation away from the idiots and went to Oklahoma for a rest . guess not.

  42. sausage1 responds:

    An insult to our intelligence and another slight strain on our sense of humour.

  43. mauka responds:

    The first two look like a Bigfoot/Bear mutant thing. The last two look like a definite bear of bear skin.

  44. garyk responds:

    Fred Facker has it right coyote skin(s) (and not summertime pelts) draped over our woodsman.

    Game Cam? More like photos from the last Mountain Man or Rainbow Tribe rendezvous.

  45. chrisandclauida2 responds:




    we have got to start a school with classes in Bigfoot hoax craft and how not to make a Bigfoot costume cause it is obvious that most people just dont get it.

  46. Dark-Obsessor responds:

    That’s pretty pathetic if anyone actually believes that that things is a ‘sasquatch’. I don’t care what anyone else thinks, it’s evident and obvious that is a person.

    There’s no way that could be a bear or something… Bears do not walk on two legs for the length of time these pictures seemed to extend over, and if they do, they are usually hunched or something, revealing their animal nature.

    This thing, obviously a person, is in apparently 2 suits; one quite light and shabby, the other dark and somewhat convincing. By looking at the arms, yes, the fingers appear human. However, examine the back of the arms. The patchwork hide is so pitiful, you can tell where the pelt ends and the arm begins!

    It almost looks like a mounted bear, like the one at my local museum, with extra hides.

    Either way, a very poor hoax. However, if I saw a full grown person in a costume like this, traipsing around the backwoods, like the kids did, I would probably cry too.

  47. Dark-Obsessor responds:

    Oh, and someone mentioned it appearing as a ‘Beast of Bray Road.’ I’ve contacted Linda S. Godfrey and she claims the ‘Beast’ is slender and undoubtedly lupin. This is nowhere near.

  48. One Eyed Cat responds:

    Question: Where are the massive shoulders Sasquatch are noted for?
    Excuse me, but it just screams fake because of such obvious lack of detail.

    Really someone should telll the hoaxers here that BF is NOT noted for ‘peek-a-boing’ with cameras.

  49. harleyb responds:

    All I gots to say is dude should feel lucky he didn’t get shot buck! buck!oops!

  50. Mnynames responds:

    I lived in Oklahoma for 6 months and I gotta tell ya, I’d be nervous walking down main street with a pony tail, let alone wandering through the woods in a bear suit. The majority of the populace where I was generally reacted thusly towards any wildlife- “Hey, get the kids! Kids, ain’t that thing there pretty? Yeah, wow, thanks for showing us. OK, now let’s kill it” followed by hacking sounds or a very large blast. Here in NJ, I have squirrels and rabbits and birds in my yard all the time. I love it, look forward to it. In Oklahoma, where I stayed, the mentality was SO different. They lived in a virtual desert, and yet they warred against any nature they encountered. I found it all very baffling, and more than a little bit disturbing.

    I suppose it didn’t help much that 90% of the wildlife I saw while staying there was splattered all over the road, either.

  51. charlie23 responds:

    Thanks Craig, that’s the funniest thing I’ve seen this week. I needed it. 😉

  52. MK2_Bigfoot responds:

    We all have to be careful that we do not dismiss stuff outright. Maybe one day a real picture will be dismissed because it does not “look” real etc.

    That being said, second bigfoot looks like he is getting ready to urinate in the woods…the pictures, at first glance, seem silly.

  53. Nachzehrer responds:

    I would not be surprised to learn someday that the Patterson/Gimlin film is a hoax. It’s detractors, however, are always talking about how crude the costume was and how easy it was to fake. If so, why hasn’t anyone else come up with anything half so convincing?

  54. crypto_randz responds:

    About the patterson film, nachzehrer I’ve seen several documentaries and researchers have enhanced the video, when you look at the closeup you can seen the muscles of the bigfoot the shoulder muscles too. Especially the leg muscles. We shouldn’t discard it just yet.

  55. Walter responds:

    Most primates I’ve seen have little or no hair on their butt. All the alleged photos I’ve seen show BF to be completely covered with hair. Now if a photo or video comes out that shows a Sas with a bare ***, I might give that a little more credibility. Now that I’ve said that, how long before Biscardi releases a nice tushy shot?

  56. Stirling responds:

    C’mon, people. This is obviously a werewolf!


  57. hammerhead responds:

    The hand is the giveaway, you’ll notice an oval shape in the fur of the closeup of the hand, it’s a hole done while skinning whatever animal this hide was taken from. It was “case skinned” which means that a slice is made across the back of the hind quarters and the skin is removed like taking off a glove, leaving the front legs intact. Have you ever tried to put on a coat that was much too small, try it and you’ll see that you’ll take up the posturing thats shown in this picture, shoulders hunched forward with arms out, obviously someone stuffed their arms inside the front legs of the hide of some large case skinned animal. Like I said, the hand is a dead giveaway, and the grain of the fur spiraling in chaotic directions is what first caught my attention that this was an obvious fake.

  58. Sky King responds:

    bill green Says:
    July 28th, 2006 at 3:01 am

    “hi craig & loren i think these resent oklahoma sasquatch encounters are very interesting. the areas of the encounters look like great habitat for sasquatch or any wildlife. i hope the eyewittnessess are reinterviewed by the tbrc. the creature in the photo looks authentic becouse of all the heat it looks sweaty mangey etc. thats becouse it looks like its wearing something when actually its hair is just wet & shaggy. the creature looks gorilla like in appearance. so dont all say hoax until all the eyewittnesses are reinterviewed and the tbrc can put night vision cams or regular cams in those areas. its ok be skeptical of these encounters. only time will tell. good morning bill green. im sure in time more sightings will be mentioned in oklahoma newspapers and im sure the researchers at tbrc & cryptomundo will keep us all here informed.”

    C’mon Bill! Get real! Two totally different “beings” are represented: one, someone with a wolf pelt on his back (I would have been happy to sell him a bunch of bison hair, for a price), short arms with no elbows or thumbs and two, a darker, huge-bottomed thang that’s been sitting in an office chair too long.

    The hoaxers tried to go too far, and exposed themselves in the process.

    The hoaxers are here to stay, I guess, and we’re going to have to learn to live with them. Best tactic is humor, by far, with the added value that it’s good for the soul!

  59. CATEPILLAR responds:

    I believe the pictures are a fake. The local store owner’s brother is a taxidermist. The full bearskin is ready to be stuffed. It looks like the bear’s head is laid upon the person’s head and the hand is slipped through the palm of the bearskin. Perhaps whatever type of pelt that is laid over the back is used to cover up an opening in the back. Besides that, it does not look like anything like what the people who saw it described. I believe the stories are true, but the pictures are fake.

  60. Razimus responds:

    What are the odds you’d photograph two different yet equally obese bigfoot creatures? Looks like the same fat man in a different colored suit of hair to me.

  61. stillserchin responds:

    Trick or Treat!!!

  62. bubba responds:

    Hoax Hoax Hoax – And an amateurish one at that. 2nd photo was all I needed.

    Just underneath the “face” at the top of this skinned pelt, you can see the face of a guy with a full beard and mustache peeking out from under the pelt draped over his pointy little haid.

    The guy’s eyes and forehead are partly obscured by an out of focus green branch, but it shownuff looks like someone peering out from under Paul Bunyan’s coon skin cap.

  63. Toirtis responds:

    I have to go with the ‘bear skin dance’ myself…..I would bet money on most of that being a bearskin.

    I dunno about those last two photos…they are just too damned hokey looking…if I were faking sasquatch photos, those two would have been left on the cutting-room floor.

  64. fredtrammel responds:

    see now thats obviously a hoax.

  65. Sky King responds:

    Dark-Obsessor Says:

    Oh, and someone mentioned it appearing as a ‘Beast of Bray Road.’ I’ve contacted Linda S. Godfrey and she claims the ‘Beast’ is slender and undoubtedly lupin.

    “Lupin”?? Did you mean “lupine”, “a plant of the pea family”?

    Do we now have to deal with Peasquatch, too?

  66. MojoHotep responds:

    Obviously a hoax, duh!? Now it is time to test the skills and determine what type of skin or “hide” was used to create one of the worse hoaxes yet. I enlarged the photo before I figured it out. This is actually an elk skin, looks like from a bull elk, but maybe a cow elk. It is not a very good “tanning” job as there are alot of stiff wrinkles in the skin on the back. Elk have different color hair on their bodies, as do alot of other animals. The legs are darker and the back is lighter. You can see that stumpy little rump tail of an elk. Look at the right hand trying to hold the leg skin in place, he is struggling, his fingers are clenched holding on to it. It is probably a pretty stiff hide looking at the wrinkles. A well tanned hide would be subtle and soft and the hair would lay naturally. In the second pic from the top, you can see the leaves of a “mimosa” tree or “silk tree”. This is not an indigenous tree. They are introduced and not as much of a nuisance as the japanese privet though. The mimose doesnt USUALLY show up out in rural wild areas. They usually show up around old homeplaces and along roads, but not out in native forest. As a rule of thumb, of course there are exceptions. My conclusion is that the plant life indicates this is in somebodys back yard, whether rural or urban. And somebody still smells like a partially cured elk hide. By the way, bull elk urinate on the hair of their stomachs, inside legs and neck. It is their “cologne”. A bull elk up close and personal smells of “creosote” and “urine” and the hair turns a sticky dark brown color where this “cologne” is applied by the big boy and his equipment. You may ask “what does this have to do with bigfoot”, well, bigfoot might have some of the same habits if he actually exist. When one is actually found someday, we may be quite suprised by the lack of grooming and personal hygiene.

  67. Brian responds:

    Are you kidding me? I believe that there could be something out there, but these pictures dont show a lot. Why are there no pictures of the face? If a camera is set up, then how come so many angles? This is a set up and thats some guy in a suit.

  68. Lee Pierce responds:

    Now, I know what happened to the Lake Worth ‘Goat Man’.

  69. CATEPILLAR responds:


  70. charlie23 responds:

    ” Now that I’ve said that, how long before Biscardi releases a nice tushy shot? ”
    Dear god, don’t encourage the man. 😀

  71. Jeremy_Wells responds:

    The arms are proportioned like human arms, as far as length, and, as others have noted, you can see the pelt hanging off of “its” back (reminds me of an old deer hide that I had scraped, salted and then promptly put up and forgot about until the dogs dragged it out of the shed almost a year later…)

  72. Jeremy_Wells responds:

    I’m interested in your story of the hobo that was shot as a ‘squatch.
    We’ve all said it’s “bound to happen someday”, but it seems as though it already has.
    When did this happen? Are there newspaper reports? What happened to the person who pulled the trigger?

  73. moknows responds:

    Yeah, it’s a man in a suit. Lets say it was real, I wouldn’t think bear or bigfoot which the media had obviously labeled it as but rather a giant ground sloth. I say this because of the strangely shaped arms and hand which the sloths of today and yesterday kind of had but the hands of these creatures have long and sometimes irregular claws for grasping, cutting vegetation, climbing and digging. I think the photos presented by the press were cropped and enlarged which gave it a granny by photo look. Yeah and if the camera was set up in the area like a deer cam or stealth cam, you wouldn’t get those different angles. Again if the press manipulated the photos it would be hard to know either way. Still not enough to make a conclusion and I think anyone would have been shocked nearly to death if they saw this in their backyard.

  74. spooken2 responds:

    No neck, animal pelt, (some nut) thats wants to get shot!

  75. ABDULLAH ALHAWSAWI responds:

    I like it .

  76. johndoe responds:

    Hello all, I had an account that I wanted to share with people for over three years now that only my wife and a select few know about.. It was November of 2004 a few of my buddies and I were taking a break from college and decided to take some beer and camp out near Jones, Oklahoma. (We’re in Oklahoma City). I happened to be the DP for the night (designated partier – in case of an emergency) and had a strange encounter that I will never forget! My four buddies and I had been out at our camp for well over five hours and I had decided it was time to go get the sleeping bags from the pickup just up the way from our spot on the river. I went alone knowing there wasn’t a straight enough person in our camp that could walk the rugged path up through the timber. (Also one more side note, I grew up in Montana, Wyoming, and less than 6 years ago moved from North Idaho, to Oklahoma). As I was walking up through the timber I got just before the steep hill before our cars (probably 50 feet or so) when I heard a crack of a stick just off to my west. I glanced quickly to my right with the flash light I had and saw nothing out of the ordinary. Of coarse any hunter from Oklahoma knows that in some woods in the night even with a flash light you can’t see but ten feet in front of yourself.. but I just sat and listened for what seemed to be a few minutes when as I swept my light slightly back towards the camp that I caught the slight movement of a giant animal, and like nothing I had ever seen before! At first it almost seemed like a horse because I could see my light reflecting off of it’s coarse hair, when it turned and bound into the woods.. Not only was this a large animal it moved with incredible speed and with only three or four steps it vanished into the night.. Hold on though! this is where it gets really weird.. After only taking the few steps there was nothing.. not a sound! dead silence! I’m talking about mid November where the leaves are hardened and the sticks are lining the ground so every step sounds like a march of elephants.. Simply not a sound. First I couldn’t focus on a single thing other than trying to get a grip on reality.. This Creature that I had just seen was well over seven feet tall and black. As it launched away from me it was on TWO legs! I didn’t see the face but the simple fact is knowing this!!! I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY CREATURE LIKE THAT! It didn’t seem possible. Not but thirty minutes away from Oklahoma City I had seen a creature that I could not possibly begin to categorize as something I had grown up around and hunted, and this close to a major city! All of this seemed to pass in an instant and realized that the creature had for sure STOPPED.. I didn’t know what to do. Yell for my drunk companions, who more than likely wouldn’t make it to me either way, or run.. So I did the only thing that my body was going to allow me. Sit in udder silence until it made a move or someone came for me. I don’t believe I had been sitting there for more than two minutes just dazed at what had just transpired and eyes scanning the trees as if at any moment someone would jump out and say “Gotcha” when suddenly I heard a twig snap again. That was it.. I Jumped into the air like I was suddenly stung on the rear quarters and Bolted to the pickup. It took me nearly a minute to get the dammed key into the door to unlock it I was shaking so badly, and sat for nearly thirty minutes before deciding that I should get back to see if the guys were ok.. With that being said I can’t honestly say that what I saw that night was a big foot, but I can say this, IT WAS NOT anything I had ever seen before!!! I probably wont come back to this sight just nearly needed to tell my story, let Oklahoman’s know that I did see something, and it was near Oklahoma City, that just because you’ve never seen it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Other wise our society would crush due to the never ending fact that we don’t see GOD only give him credit for good things in our lives.. (I’m a christian just to verify). Last note is that I am NOW A BELIEVER BIG FOOT!!!! – johndoe, Oklahoma City.

  77. doubter responds:

    I think some of these idiots need to get a life! Guess they never heard the story of the “Boy who cried wolf”!!

  78. miranda moser responds:

    the second and third pictures look like a grizzly bear, which are common in some parts of oklahoma (i live in oklahoma). The other pictures just look like someone played dress up out in the woods. They pics may not be fake, but they look fake to me

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