The red-pink dot is the area of this sighting.Guest Editor-Blogger: Anonymous
I am 100 % sure I saw that crippled bigfoot near the river today. I was driving log truck along Coffee Creek at 3pm and saw a large upright thing walk across the creek. As I stopped the thing slowed as it went up the bank on the opposite side. It was very grey with some brown. It had a pronounced limp as it walked. Coffee Creek is on the Loon Lake Rd. Before you get to Loon Lake you turn left on Middle Creek Rd and this road goes over to Elkton on 138.
Another driver told me of this website that was tracking the movements of this thing. I have never seen a bigfoot before but sure have now. The thing was 7 to 8 ft tall and a fairly heavy body with long arms. No, I didn't report it to the boss or OSP. I won't lose my job over a bigfoot report and that's just what happens with my outfit.
Thank you for the sighting. It is good to know this bigfoot is still being sighted. Can you tell us how many people with your "outfit" have been let go for reporting a bigfoot? How many drivers that you know of have lost their jobs for reporting bigfoot? Any help here would be appreciated.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Sighting! Sighting! July 15, 2010":
I don't want to give any information that could track me down. I will say there are more than 15 of us working here. As for your question about reporting bigfoot, I know of 2 drivers in the last 8 years that were fired because of reporting to the main office that they saw strange apeman looking things. Over the years many of my comrades have lost their driving privileges for reporting these things. They cannot use this excuse to remove DLs now but still the bosses claim there's something going on with a person that claims to see one. 15 years ago my wife's father saw one and lost his job and DL over it. It cost him a ton of $$$ to get them back.
Again thank you for the additional information. I will be glad when the day comes that people do not have to be worried about reporting bigfoot sightings. I'm sorry that you did not get a good photo of the animal. Again thanks. ... Linda Newton-Perry