Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Grayden H has left a new comment on your post "Youtube Video on Patterson-Gimlin Film":
I think I might be able to finally tell my sighting now after 3 years of silence. Oct 14th 2009 I was hunting with a close friend up near Agness, Oregon. It was a plan of ours to walk from Foster Bar camp up the river to Fawns Flat.
6am came and went while we were getting the packs together. We set out at 6:30 and walked a couple of miles up the riverbank. As we came to a place where the bank was cut away from previous highwater, we headed up the side of a rock cliff just enough to get on up the river.
Suddenly from nowhere it seemed this giant hairy black creature walking upright went beside a old log laying down and stopped to turn towards us. We didn't think it saw us because the sound of the rushing river was loud.
Apparently it did because it hurled a large rock at us and made a motion with its long arms like "get out of here." My friend and I were so absolutely shocked and surprised we took off running down to the water's edge. I looked back at one point and it was right behind us.
Here we were running for our lives and this thing was just walking and still keeping up with us. It then turned and walked back up the bank and disappeared. We were terrified at what had happened so we hurried back to Foster Bar and left the area.
We now think we might have accidentally got between the creature and a young one because of the way it came at us. We'll never forget the face on that thing. Like many say it looked "human but with apelike features."The creature must have weighed 7 to 9 hundred pounds and over 8 ft high.
Until now we have never discussed the sighting with anyone because of the type work we do. It could spell trouble for us. But I feel I can tell this sighting now without fear of ridicule.
Thank you so much for your sighting. We appreciate it so much. Did you watch the video about the Patterson-Gimlin Film below? If you did, what do you think? Is the creature real or not. Did Patty look like the animal you saw?... Linda Newton-Perry