Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Some Purported Bigfoot Sightings in Utah

Here's a sampling of some reported bigfoot sightings in Utah:
Early June 2009 — Two campers along Reservation Ridge, northwest of Price, were frightened by a strange creature they saw in the area. They quickly packed up and left.
December 2008 — A man driving along state Route 44 three miles west of Flaming Gorge reported seeing an upright figure with eyes that reflected his headlights. It had long black and gray hair and was not afraid of his noisy pickup truck, but soon disappeared into the trees.
Jan. 8, 2008 — A semi driver on I-15 near Scipio said he had to swerve to avoid hitting what he thought could have been a bigfoot running across the freeway during foggy conditions. It was hairy and the creature's leg alone was the size of a man's body. The man said it was like looking into the face of a gorilla when he made eye contact. He said he was a bigfoot skeptic prior to that experience.
Aug. 22, 2007 — A family reported unearthly whoops and howls heard at night in the Yellowstone Canyon area of the high Uinta wilderness area.
September 2006 — A woman camping in the Monte Cristo area, Cache County, reported seeing a tall, dark figure in the moonlight, about 25 yards away. It was unlike any other animal she had ever seen. Her usually calm dog also had whined and whimpered a lot that night.
July 2006 — A man and other witnesses in the high Uinta near Beth and Trident lakes heard screams at night that they said could have come from a bigfoot.
October 2004 — Two men hunting in the Chalk Creek area near Coalville reported seeing a 9-foot-tall black creature unlike anything they had ever seen before.
May 2003 — Some teenagers in Farmington reported hearing strange noises and seeing a bigfoot along the Lagoon Trail east of the amusement park.
2002 — Various sightings are reported in the Oquirrh Mountains.
2002 — A Layton man scouring the mountainside with a scope spotted a strange creature roaming in the foothills above the state Route 193/U.S. 89 junction. He used his camcorder to film the creature for about five minutes from about 500 yards away. A few hours later, he went into the area and despite snow on the ground, could not find footprints.
1997 — Strange footprints are found all over Ogden Valley during the winter.
1996-97 — A woman and her children in Eden, Ogden Valley, reported seeing bigfoot twice in some brushy areas. "I can't deny it," she said.
1996 — A group of children in North Ogden's Coldwater Canyon said they were chased away by a bigfoot. Footprints also are found at the fish farm in North Ogden and at Nordic Valley.
1995 — A North Ogden resident reported seeing a large, dark, hairy creature in his yard one night. It also ripped a large metal gate out of a fence and hurled it 30 feet away. A teenage boy said he saw bigfoot running alongside a canal.
1991 — Bigfoot sightings reported by residents in North Ogden.
1981 — The police chief of Garland, Box Elder County, said he saw a creature run in front of his car. Several other residents also reported sightings and tracks were found that led in a northwest direction.
Early 1980s — A man from Lapoint, Uinta County, flying a small airplane from Ogden to his home one winter, reported seeing a large, hairy manlike creature walking through the deep snow of the high Uintas.
Early 1980s — One summer, Lee Fielding of Hooper, Weber County, who works for Utah Wildlife Resources, was camping in the Elizabeth Mountain area of the Uintas. He reported that something stormed through his camp one night and scared all the horses away. The next morning, his horse would not go in a particular direction, and he met a group of hunters in a nearby camp who told him they were spooked by seeing what they described as a bigfoot.
May 1980 — An Ogden couple picking asparagus along the Weber River near 12th Street and I-15 reported an 8-foot-tall black figure with glowing red eyes about 40 yards away. Several strange footprints also were discovered in a residential area of North Ogden.
April 1980 — A 13-year-old Washington Terrace, Weber County, girl reported a hairy creature standing up with its back to her only 10 feet away in a gully near the Weber River. She also said she smelled a terrible odor and rushed home. Her brother, cutting oak brush nearby, also saw something "large and black" about the same time.
February. 1980 — Bigfoot made news in Utah with numerous sightings in South Weber and the surrounding area. Paulene Markham said she saw something like bigfoot walking on a ridge behind their house; Ron J. Smith reported a creature in the moonlight in a pasture next to his house. He also said he heard it make an inhuman scream; Walter G. Ray said that a pan of burned stew set outside to cool was mysteriously licked clean; Possible bigfoot tracks were reported in the South Weber area; Lee Padilla of Clearfield reported seeing a 10-foot tall beast dart across Riverdale Road in front of his headlights at 3:30 a.m.; a Uintah man reported seeing something he described as nonhuman out a window of his home in the foothills.
1979 — Larry Darley of Clearfield was elk hunting with his wife in the fall near Monte Cristo east of Ogden. They later reported a loud noise and an "awful" odor at twilight. Mrs. Darley said she spotted a "hairy thing, with fangs" at a water hole 50 yards away through the rifle scope. They watched it for several minutes before rushing to their truck after the animal seemed to look at them.
Aug. 22, 1977 — Eight hikers, including Jay Barker and Larry Beeson of North Ogden, were in the Cuberant Basin of the Uinta Mountains and reported watching an 8- to-10-foot-tall creature with a mantle of white hair from 600 to 800 yards away for 20 minutes until some loose rock alerted it to their presence on a ridge. An expedition into the area a few days later found no tracks on very hard ground.
June 1977 — Four adults in the Elizabeth Mountain area of the High Uintas watched what they thought were three bigfoot in a meadow.
April 1977 — Children in the town of Washington reported seeing a mammoth creature lurking through the town's streets. Later, strange footprints were found in the same area on many different nights.
1973 — Craig R. Johnson of Farr West, Weber County, was elk hunting with friends in the Manti-La Sal Mountains. After returning to camp, they reported something very powerful had lifted the door off a 300-pound horse trailer and tossed it 10 feet away. An imprint in the dust on the door didn't indicate a bear or a human.
1970s — Some residents of Clarkston, northwest of Logan, reported that something took a midnight trip through their community, awakening and frightening residents.
Sources: BFRO, Deseret News archives, Ryan Layton, Ryan Burns, Darrell Smith and personal interviews. — Compiled by Lynn Arave
Alleged Bigfoot sightings by county:
Beaver — 2
Box Elder — 1
Cache — 4
Carbon — 1
Daggett — 3
Davis — 4
Duchesne — 2
Emery — 2
Garfield — 2
Millard — 2
Morgan — 2
Piute — 1
Rich — 1
Sanpete — 1
Summit — 9
Uintah — 3
Utah — 7
Wasatch — 1
Weber — 10
Source: Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization

The Late Darrel Smith Bigfoot Model often gets confused as a real Bigfoot
It is a suit once used to help promote annual Bigfoot conferences.
Read blog for more information on this classic Bigfoot model
Zoomed in.
Below photos of the same suit used to advertise an annual Bigfoot conference. 
Photo of Darrel & promotional photo of this now famous Bigfoot suit.
Below is a blog about Darrel's life of Bigfooting.
Photo of this Bigfoot suit in the newspaper.
Rest in Peace Darrell Bigfoot Smith.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Four Year Study of Log Structures at Bigfoot Sighting Hot Spots

RMSO Discuss a four year study on log structures at Bigfoot sighting hot spots.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Bluff Creek Project owner Steven Streufert & Jamie Wayne crash another groups Bigfoot research location in Oregon. Both admit being involved with Mitchell Wilson's plan to hoax the location
Steven Streufert
Mitchell Wilson is also one of the conspirators in Jamie's statement.

Jamie Wayne
Jamie's Statement to hoax a Bigfoot location.
Jamie collects donations for Bluff Creek Project. Does anyone feel comfortable sending donations to a group involved with crashing other Bigfoot research areas & plotting to hoax them?
Derek Randle from Olympic Project had the following to say about Jamie's accusations of his groups involvement with a plot to Bigfoot hoax.

Steven Struefert's knee jerk reaction to his partners admission of implicating Olympic Project in a hoax. Steven automatically blames the group he victimized two days prior by crashing their Bigfoot research location. Wonder how much Steven has to do with this plot to hoax?
Jamie makes a statement. At some point Jamie is lying. He either lied when he implicated a hoax or he is lying now when he states he misspoke. Clearly not a person to be trusted with donations to find
Bigfoot. He harassed another Bigfoot researcher by crashing his Bigfooting location & then conspired with those that want to hoax the location. Somewhere there is truth, partial truth or a full out lie.
After this charade of lying & plots to hoax. I for one can not trust anything that comes from Jamie, Steven or their Bluff Creek Project. These are folks without moral, character & their word can not be trusted.

This is how Steve treats folks after being caught up in a scam to plot a Bigfoot hoax.
Struefert's Motto in life is to be #1 Troll. He even has a plan for this.