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Sierra Kills Bigfoot Drawing

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 5th, 2012

Posted by Robert Lindsay at his blog:

Blockbuster breaking news for the Bigfoot world! As a world exclusive, I will be publishing the first drawing of the Bigfoots killed in the Sierra Kills in the California Sierra Nevada in October 2010. I will be publishing the rough draft of a drawing of the male Bigfoot, who was about 8 feet tall and weighed about 600 pounds.

The drawing I will be publishing is of the head of the male. As I mentioned in a previous post, I feel that the male looks like an elderly Black man. I have been attacked for this view by people who said I was comparing Black men to apes. But the SK Bigfoot does not look like an ape! He looks like a man! A very, very, very weird lookin’ man, but a man nonetheless.You are invited to look it over yourself and see what you think the SK male Bigfoot looks like.

Taking a note from the page of Melissa Hovey, I am going to copyright this drawing for the time being as a placeholder for the actual copyright owner of the drawing (I am not sure who that person is). I am doing this via watermark only to prevent people from stealing the photo and trying to copyright it themselves, which happens quite a bit in this sleazy Bigfoot world.

If, after publication, the true copyright owner wants to come talk to me about copyright issues, we can do that, and I will just turn copyright back over to him.

I received the drawing from a very prominent person in the Bigfoot world who had been given copies of the drawings. This person may be a major Bigfoot blogger or may host a big Bigfoot radio show, but who knows? Maybe they don’t do either of those things after all?Robert Lindsay

Sierra Kills Bigfoot

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.


9 Responses to “Sierra Kills Bigfoot Drawing”

  1. Bobby Schaefer via Facebook responds:

    Omg when are we gonna hear anything from melba ketchum or the erickson project? I’ve heard enough from robert lindsay

  2. sasquatch responds:

    That drawing looks silly…. Looks like a little baby, not a full grown 600 lb. majestic creature. The eye’s are particularly goofy.

  3. graybear responds:

    He drew a picture. So what?

  4. Ninepipes responds:

    Sorry if I got lost somewhere in all the twists and turns of this Sierra Kills story, but I thought it was a female and one of her young that was shot. When did it become an 8′ male? I missed that version, I guess.

    Anyway, I take it that the head was retrieved, after all, and that someone is in possession of it?

    The drawing reminds me of the Minnesota Iceman, a little. I’m thinking that the artist softened the features to make it look more appealing, perhaps.

    Wow! After all this time there are still more questions than answers.

  5. Old Dog responds:

    OK, let me get this straight. Lindsay is publishing this drawing of what he says is the male from the Sierra Kill. He doesn’t know who did the drawing, so has no idea of its authenticity (a problem with this whole incident actually) yet he says this is an actual representation of the male. How can you claim this is what the male looked like when you don’t even know who drew it and if they have any connection with the incident? Not knowing who did the drawing and just tossing a copyright on someone else work opens you up to even further ridicule. For all we know, this could be someones drawing of their Uncle Charlie. I don’t know who drew this, or where it came from, but I’m going to claim it is the Sierra Kill male, copyright it, and just toss it out there and see if it sticks. Perfect.

  6. scaryeyes responds:

    I’m interested to know who has decided the adult creature in the SK story was a male, and how they have determined this. The usual assumption seems to be the creature was female, since it was accompanied by young. Admittedly, that’s only an assumption too, but I can’t recall Smeja making a claim either way, he just refers to it as “the parent”. So where is this extra detail coming from? Is there a twist I’ve missed, or is it pure supposition?

  7. jan09 responds:

    Well hey, it’s much nicer than the Johor drawing. If this falls through, the artist could do a great Bigfoot comic book.

  8. Hapa responds:

    Hmm. Looks like a cross between Walter Conehead and My Aunt Suzie.

    Robert Lindsay has said several things over the past few months that didn’t peter out (several times he predicted the date of the Ketchum DNA paper’s publishing, none of those days obviously saw that publication.) and I wouldn’t be surprised if he has said such things for a lot longer.

    Until a BODY is produced, this is what we will get: Nothing.

  9. William responds:

    “Blockbuster news” my foot! This is utterly absurd and the whole sorry episode of this utter fabrication of a story just continues to grow. What is the old saying about a lie continuing to swell? At any rate, this drawing looks cartoonish, and although I have never seed a BF reminds me of a character from the old “Alley Oop” comic strip from years ago. What a sorry joke that this guy thinks anyone would buy into his hocum.



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