Abducted By Bigfoot?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 20th, 2013

Woman claims to have been abducted by a Bigfoot and lived in a cave with this male for three weeks. Thanks to Chuck from www.bigfootbuzz.net, for finding this.

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.

19 Responses to “Abducted By Bigfoot?”

  1. Saruotoko85 responds:

    I remember when I had my first beer…

  2. chewbaccalacca responds:

    True or not, gotta admit that’s quite a story.

  3. Goodfoot responds:

    All I can say is that this is a really interesting story. Is she a dingbat? Possibly. But there is nothing in her story that I haven’t heard before. I’m skeptical about the Spaceship Wreck on the Way to a Prison Planet part.

    Who knows?

  4. Saruotoko85 responds:

    I’m sorry but this is the kind of stuff that makes Cryptozoology look bad…

  5. Craig Woolheater responds:


    And your comments accusing eyewitnesses of being intoxicated are making it look better?


  6. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Ah, now it’s coming together. Remember the Ericsson Project photos that looked like the Chewbacca mask? Maybe they are Wookies- didn’t Han Solo save Chewie from prison or something? And that would explain how Han could communicate with his co-pilot- telepathy.

  7. Saruotoko85 responds:

    Craig> sorry… I just can’t take Squatch is an ET seriously.

  8. Craig Woolheater responds:


    That’s fine. If that’s the case, state your opinion.

    But accusing the eyewitness of being intoxicated, not so much…


  9. wzolotovskaya responds:

    I think it’s very convenient that she can contact and visit these creatures at will but has never brought anyone with her who could verify what she has seen and that no one could bring a camera. I also think it is very odd that a race of people who came on a spacecraft capable of intergalactic travel would think a camera could steal their souls. I try to be open minded but this just seems like an incredibly fantastic story and I really don’t know what to make of it.

  10. William responds:

    I don’t have any thing really to base my take on her story of abduction by a bigfoot, but my cynical side can easily see someone who wants some attention and thus, is spinning a nice little yarn to gain her six minutes of fame, so to speak.

    She expects her audience to buy into the scenario which is highly dubious to begin with.

    First off, what parent/step parent, etc. in their right mind would allow their daughter to go out by herself in the wilderness (even if this was a national park) where anything could happen to her. (Remember in 1970 there were no cell phones).

    Second, she tells of eating snakes and grubs, which sounds like she has been spending a lot of time watching tv, as in the Surviviorman vein or Naked and Afraid.

    Third, she quite easily solves the Yeti/Bigfoot problem by saying they were stranded her as prisoners on their way to somewhere (in another galaxy) perhaps. Yet if that is true, how come they are scared of cars, cameras, and guns. It would seem they would be smarter than any of us and by now would have developed their own technology..

    The final straw is she is so low key about all of this as if it is no big deal. That has to be the biggest red flag of all.. so I buy this even less than Melba Ketchums study..

  11. AreWeThereYeti responds:

    Well said. Thank you, William.

  12. Goodfoot responds:


    A possible scenario, which I in no way am endorsing, but is worthy of consideration: perhaps her encounters are real, but she’s a dingbat, and the Bigfoots can see that, so they spin her a fantasy yarn for their own amusement!

    What I’m suggesting, in a light-hearted way, is that it’s possible for nutty people to have real experiences. Opinions, anyone?

  13. Saruotoko85 responds:

    Just can’t get past the alien thing.

  14. William responds:

    One more thing to add, even more telling, she expects people to believe that she has kept what would by any estimation, earth shaking information in so many ways to herself for over forty years and suddenly decides to call in on a radio talk show and reveal it?? Gimme a break…she watches too much tv, probably the Syfy, Animal Planet and whatever channels Naked and Afraid and Survivor man are on..

  15. mandors responds:

    And in other news…

    Trapped Boy in Refrigerator Eats Own Foot!

  16. William responds:

    mandors, I like this one better:

    And in other news, Santa Clause confirms bigfoot exists as he was spotted by radar over the Pacific Northwest making stops in Bluff Creek and Ape Canyon…but nowhere near Matt Moneymaker’s house!

  17. DWA responds:

    Um, never mind that.

    What is the sign headed “A Million Dead!” on the kiosk in the photo referring to?

  18. DWA responds:

    “I was kinda abducted.”

    I don’t “kinda go get a six of beer,” and she gets “kinda abducted?”

    I know she can take ’em back to the precise spot. Um…riiiiiiight….???

    Goodfoot: it is indeed possible for nutty people to have real experiences. One might agree, however, that it somewhat undercuts the search for evidence.

  19. William responds:

    I recall a couple of years ago there was some old man who lived alone who called in to some radio talk show in California (I believe) and stated he was observing an entire family of bigfoot who inexplicably took residence in the small wooded area directly behind his house, which was also close to a major city.

    He went into great detail describing how the “baby” climbed a tree like a chimp and the mother angrily made it come down and how tall the mature ones were. He described their faces as resembling a cross between an ape and a man with an extended brow and flat nose, but no hair on the face. He even described putting out bags of french fries from a fast foot place that they would not come out into the open to retrieve, but would lay down behind bushes and reach out with their long arms to retrieve, which is why he could never get a clear photograph of them.

    What finally put an end to this story was the host asked if he could come out to his house to observe them and although the old man said he could, kept giving excuses when a date and time was suggested. It really had me going for several days and I was almost believing it, until finally the old man’s son contacted the radio host and said his father was mentally ill and delusional. He said everything he was describing was pure fiction rising out of the mouth of a lonely old man to simply get attention. (It all was highly detailed and sounded more believable than this ladies crappola).

    So, stories of bigfoot are probably more and more becoming popular as attention getting yarns, with all the information easily obtained these days. I fully expect this trend to continue and it is the opposite of being helpful to this subject.

    At any rate, the old man’s story was more believeable than Smeja, Dyer, or this lady’s yarn and it was total B.S. So we all need to be beware of this type of thing. It is not really all that uncommon. Seems to be a lot more kooks than there are bigfoot.

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