From the Files of the
Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

Reported by: Confidential

Report Received From: The GCBRO Online Report Submission Form.
Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site On  August 1, 2007

DATE:    July 3, 2008 

TIME:     7:30 PM 

LOCATION:   Hamilton County, Tennessee 

TERRAIN:    Wooded, Secluded Lake Cove 

OBSERVED:    The first sighting by my family fishing, they heard foot steps coming down the ridge to the water. The area was heavy in brush. While they were quite in the boat and watching the bank. My sister saw a very large harry brown something cross in the opening of the brush in front of a white oak tree. Then there was a very loud sound of something lapping water from the lake. When they started to pull anchor, everything in the sounding area fell silent. My sister called me and told me of the encounter. July 3rd I joined my sister and brother-in-law to the same cove. We pulled the boat up to the shore to the shell beach, I notice a strange track in the broken shell, and river sand. It had three toes, but I could not determine the size. We pulled back off the shore and anchored up in the cove. Everything was quite again when I got a smell of vinegar and wet dog, then a loud cluck sound. About 5 mins after the smell, the water along the shore line where we were 20 mins before errupted with large splashes and tree shaking just out of eye sight.

Activities of Witness:   Fishing for bream, and bass. 

Description of Creature:  Large black harry creature.

Other Notes:    The tree frogs were loud then fell silent.

Other (Informational or Encounter History in the General Area) Notes:    N/A

Additional Notes and or Follow up Comments N/A

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