Posted by: Guy Edwards on June 30th, 2013
On May 14 Bigfoot Evidence reported of a possible Bigfoot shooting reported over a 911 call:
This is unconfirmed at the moment and we’re still trying to figure out what exactly transpired here. According to our source, PBS [Penssylvania Bigfoot Society] is looking into a possible shooting of Bigfoot somewhere in Pennsylvania. “It has been all over the police scanner in the area,” our source tells us, but he will not confirm the exact location. SRC: Bigfoot Evidence
Eventually the story unfolded into: An officer responding to the 911 call and found John T. Winesickle, who told him he’d found Bigfoot tracks when out for a walk. The officer accompanied Mr. Winesickle to the tracks, and took pictures of them.
The 911 call was a request to have an officer confirm the tracks and thus confirm Bigfoot. Mr. Winesickles story and Stan Gordon’s conclusion are paired in a local Pennsylvania Paper, Daily American. Read an excerpt below.
By BRUCE J. SIWY
Daily American Staff Writer
5:37 p.m. EDT, June 1, 2013
PAINT TOWNSHIP — John T. Winesickle is still convinced there’s a Sasquatch in his neck of the woods.
Summarily dismissed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Paint Township police and Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society, Winesickle said he remains certain that there are at least two — plural — Bigfoot roaming the state game lands near his home.
“He’s a giant,” the Paint Township man said of the male. Though he’s never seen the creatures, Winesickle claims to have heard the Mr. make bassy, guttural sounds.
The Mrs., he said, can be heard “cooing” at times: “I think she’s pregnant.”
Adamant that his findings are sincere and legitimate, the Paint Township resident doesn’t present himself a charlatan. He isn’t writing any books and has declined offers to buy his original photographs, which depict large, ambiguous footprints in the mud.
Read the rest of the story at Bigfoot Lunch Club
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