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Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

Reported by: Confidential

Report Received From: The GCBRO Online Report Submission Form.

DATE:    Many Different Occurrences

TIME:     N/A

LOCATION:   Kansas, Butler County

TERRAIN:    Wooded

OBSERVED:    My friends and i have a farm we hang out at alot of time, it about twenty miles from a big town and really quite up.  During high school we mostly used it for a place to drink.  I have seen it several times a year for the last five years.  It stands about seven foot tall. covered in hair.  It has always reeked of skunk.  my brother says he has seen a tail on it but i never have.  in my opinion it seems to strategically avoid water or areas with mud.  It seems to be smart and very inquisitive.  I don't know if it comprehends what a rifle is or what it does, but it damn sure don't come near when any of us are holding one, or if its heard one go off recently.  I think it has excellent eye sight and a keen sense of smell, but i don't think it hears so well.  I have got probably twenty or more stories to tell, all a little different.  it doesn't seem to want to hurt us, but it seems to wanna figure us out.

Activities of Witness:   many different activities, off roading, drinking, target shooting, hunting, fishing, camping, playing pool, just having a good time

Description of Creature:  N/A

Other Notes:    N/A

Additional Notes or Comments: The witness did not add any additional information other than to validate their contact information.

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