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Did Bigfoot Throw A Rock?

I got the following report of a possible bigfoot throwing a rock into water. There are many reports of bigfoot throwing rocks, normally smaller ones, at people. Many think this is an effort to scary people away. There are also numerous reports of bigfoot throwing larger, basketball size or bigger, rocks into water to scare people away. My guess is that its very effect at running away unwanted strangers.

Here is the report and follow up

This next report comes from Crypto Crew team members Bobby and Corinna Long. The report comes from their home state of Oregon. Once you read the report, there is probably only one creature that could have been doing this, and it sure was not squirrels.

Here is the report.
Still frame from video.

I ran across this video and gave it a watch. This couple is riding a motorcycle and you hear what I think is a dog bark. It sounds like a beagle or basset hound to me. They stop the motorcycle and you can hear other sounds that seem to be coming from the forest. Maybe it is dogs or something else, I really don't know at this point.  As they start going forward again they seem to see something and zoom away. The claim is that there is a rock thrown at them. I slowed the video down and screen shot where the Bigfoot might be, if it is even a Bigfoot at all and not a shadow.

Lets look at the video and then talk more about it.
Artist rendering of report.
A few days ago I got in a interesting report from our local area. I know this area very well and have done quite a bit of Bigfoot hunting in this general area. There are several other reports from this area as well. I personally have found tracks and stick formation in this general vicinity.

It is my understanding that this event has never been reported until now. So, I'm very happy to document this sighting.
Bigfoot in creek
Bigfoot in creek (Mock up photo)

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.

The Bigfoot That Wasn't There

A few years ago, I would get out and remove junk from some of our local waterways. It's amazing what people throw away and even more amazing what they throw in our streams. I have found everything from microwaves to bicycles. I enjoyed the time out doors and the feeling of cleaning up our streams. Over my years growing up I had spent many hours swimming in these creeks and as I got older many hours fishing in them. I would also sell this junk to the local recycling center, the extra money came in handy. In one week alone I removed over 1,500 pounds of junk from one local creek.  

Of course, while out collecting junk, it also gave me a chance to scan the creek banks for signs of Bigfoot. On a couple occasions I did have some odd things happen. I want to take this time to tell you about one of them.

I normally looked for this junk by myself, I would park my truck close to the creek and walk up and down the stream looking for this junk and then pack it back to the truck. Sometime, I would walk a mile or more away from the truck. Some of these area were pretty isolated with no houses close by but plenty of forest.

One day while out looking for junk, I was about a half of a mile from my truck, when all of a sudden there was a large splash in the water. It was a splash like someone or something had threw a rock in the water. This splash occurred a pretty good ways up ahead of me. As I kept on moving slowing up stream looking for junk, SPLASH! Another splash in the water. On my right side there was nothing but mountains and there is a history of Bigfoot sightings in this area. So at this point I'm thinking, "Hey, this could be a Bigfoot throwing rocks at me."

I keep moving slowing up stream looking for junk and glancing at the treeline to see if I can spot anything or anyone that could be throwing rocks into the water. In the back of my mind I was thinking it could be a person just messing with me but the possibilities of it being a Bigfoot was right there as well.

Then I hear something hit the rocks on the shoreline, it was like whatever this was had not hit the water this time. I keep easing up stream and then Splash! right next to me.

It was at this point I realized what was making these splashes, it was not a person, it was not a Bigfoot. It was a tree loaded with nuts and the nuts were periodically falling off the tree and sometimes into the water making the splash. So I had a bit of a chuckle and continued to look for junk. To be honest I was a little disappointed that it wasn't a Bigfoot.

I posted this, and it is a true story, to illustrate that it's sometime easy to get caught up in the moment and think something is being done by Bigfoot, when in reality it was something natural. Now, what if I had left after the second or third splash, all the while thinking it was a Bigfoot throwing rocks at me.  I'm glad I've been at this long enough to know I needed to continue on and look for the source of the splashes.

I have also seen and heard nuts falling off of trees produce a wood knock sound, which I would assume, has fooled many people.

So in the end, even though strange things may be happening, it is better to keep your wits about yourself and look for a explanation or source for the odd event. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm in no way suggesting that Bigfoot does not throw rocks, but sometimes we tend jump to the conclusion of Bigfoot, when in fact it may not be.

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Round 2

Matt Moneymaker attacks the Sierra Kills story. The leader of the BFRO released a statement on Cryptomundo attacking the entire Sierra Kills story and Justin Smeja and accusing Smeja of lying. He also seemed to imply that Dr. Melba Ketchum was lying in her assessment of the Sierra Kills Bigfoot steak.
BTW, I would bet a whole lot of money that Justin Smeja is lying and did not shoot a bigfoot at all. In my opinion his story is totally ludicrous, if you know the details he initially described.
He claimed he found the pieces of hide after to returning to the area of the “shooting” after a snow storm. He says he didn’t know if the hide was related to what he claimed he shot. To me that sounds like he’s structuring the story so he can remain blameless when the hide is shown to be from a known animal.
On top of that, he mentioned that he’s got a freezer full of dead coyote parts (he hunts those too). I do suspect he cut a piece of hide from one of those dead coyotes and provided that to the people who bought into his shooting story.
Here’s the red flag for that: Some folks I know spent a lot of time questioning the dude in person … One of them says that when he heard Ketchum “confirmed” that his samples came from a sasquatch, he said he thought SHE was a hustler … which seemed strange to the person he said that to.
It doesn’t puzzle me at all. He would have good reason to say that if he knew the hide came from a coyote. And that’s exactly what it looked like. I saw a photo of the hide piece. I was a roughly rectangular piece of fur and skin which looked like it was cut from a larger hide. The piece in question looked like it came from the belly of a coyote. Supposedly Meldrum also said it looked like it could have come from a coyote.
- Matt Moneymaker
These are some interesting comments. Smeja did indeed whip out a piece of the Bigfoot steak when he took a team to the site of the Sierra Kills in Sierra Buttes, California. It was nothing more than a small rectangular strip. One person there said they thought it was from a coyote, and others some others apparently agreed.
Smeja acknowledges that the steak resembles a piece of coyote. In his initial description, he said it was the color of a “pale yote.” Meldrum’s views that it resembles a coyote may be related to the hair structure, which is unusual it is true. It is true that Smeja has four or five coyotes that he shot chopped up in his freezer right now. But that doesn’t mean that the steak is a piece of coyote.
I do not believe that the steak is a piece of coyote. For one thing, when Ketchum first received it, she said it appeared to be a piece of the thigh of a human cadaver.

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