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Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

Reported by: Confidential

Report Received From: The GCBRO Online Report Submission Form.
Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site OnMay 1, 2006

DATE:    April 12, 2006

TIME:     7:30 AM

LOCATION:   Wyoming County, West Virginia

TERRAIN:    Wooded, Mountains

OBSERVED:    Let me start by saying I have never believed in bigfoot, but...............With Spring Turkey season coming up fast, I was out scouting for Turkey, and driving roads hoping to see a few flocks crossing the old logging road early that morning. After stopping a few times to look for scratching, I got back in my Truck and started to head back home. As I went around a turn, there standing at the edge of the road was something tall, black, hairy, and standing on two leggs. I only got a glimpse of it, because it disappeared over the hill very quickly. Now my first thought while looking at it was a bigfoot, but my logical mind told me it had to be a bear. It just didnt look like a bear is all, whatever it was I left it the heck alone.

Activities of Witness:   Scouting for Turkey's for upcoming season.

Description of Creature:  To me it looked to be very tall, but like I said I only got a glimpse. Covered in hair. The hair was black and maybe some brown as well. it was standing right on the edge of the road, facing a very steep hill. As soon as I turned the curve and saw it, it bolted over the hill. 

Other Notes:    N/A

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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