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Hunter reports 'red-eyed' Bigfoot in Quebec

Posted on Monday, 2 September, 2013 | Comment icon 40 comments

Is there something lurking in the woods ? Image Credit: CC 2.0 Ashley Chile Baz
Melvin Georgekish believes that he witnessed not one, but two of the creatures in a remote forest.
Georgekish had been driving his pick-up truck along a road through the woods near Wemindji in Northern Quebec when he witnessed 'two pairs of red eyes' staring at him from the trees at the side of the road. Turning his truck around a short time later he returned to the same spot to investigate but whatever it was that had been watching him appeared to have long gone.

"I was thinking and thinking, and there's no animal that has red eyes over here," he said. "I am a hunter, and I've never seen something like that."

In an effort to solve the mystery, Georgekish returned again to the same location the next day and took a look around. This time he discovered a set of large, deep footprints in the moss at the exact place he'd observed the eyes staring at him.

The prints were unlike anything he had ever seen before and measured 20cm and 35cm. "You can see the toes, too," he said. "It's like a human foot, but way bigger than a human foot. Wider, too."

Source: CBC News | Comments (40)

Tags: Bigfoot, Canada

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #31 Posted by SkepticalB on 5 September, 2013, 0:54
Here are the pics and more information. He was Cree and bigfoot is part of their lore. Oh, so he was drunk. ...annnnd I feel awful now
Comment icon #32 Posted by DieChecker on 5 September, 2013, 0:54
Has anyone else lived enough in the woods to know that moss just does not react like that? Even if you drove over that moss with a truck, it would bounce back to normal by the next day. It for sure would not hold a footprint for 24 hours. The only way I've seen "prints" like this in moss occuring was when something, like a board, or piece of bark, falls on the moss and compresses it for at least several weeks. Longer then that and the moss underneath starts to yellow or die. I'm personally going to call fake on this footprint. From the OP: He returned to ... [More]
Comment icon #33 Posted by SkepticalB on 5 September, 2013, 0:56
oh yeah that's ridiculous Moss doesn't do that. Unless Bigfoot has time manipulation powers and they both stood there for weeks in actuality
Comment icon #34 Posted by paperdyer on 5 September, 2013, 14:48
Another person with a gun sees bigfoot and doesn't shoot it... right Well maybe he thought Bigfoot was on the endangered species list.
Comment icon #35 Posted by paperdyer on 5 September, 2013, 14:52
Well, gosh, there is a simple solution... it was the "grays" (aliens) Littel guys with big feet? Maybe they were on stilts.
Comment icon #36 Posted by paperdyer on 5 September, 2013, 15:06
Why always only one footprint ? Why always one Bigfoot. They loners? Maybe their divorced! We need to build a Bigfoot bar. Then we'll see what shows.
Comment icon #37 Posted by Rafterman on 5 September, 2013, 17:21
oh yeah that's ridiculous Moss doesn't do that. Unless Bigfoot has time manipulation powers and they both stood there for weeks in actuality Don't be so quick to dismiss that - remember, Bigfoot typically has whatever power (or not) is most convenient at the time.
Comment icon #38 Posted by Big Dada on 16 September, 2013, 17:51
There have been stories about a Canadian bigfoot for quite some time:
Comment icon #39 Posted by davros of skaro on 17 September, 2013, 15:47
Red eyed Bigfoots have been reported before.
Comment icon #40 Posted by odiesbsc on 17 September, 2013, 18:10
Why always only one footprint ? It's fairly obvious, They have a peg leg.

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