Just off the top of my head.......
I have actually spent the night in what I would assume is prime Bigfoot territory. It was the area on the far side of a place called Tustemena lake,
on the Kenai peninsula in Alaska.
One of my good buddies and I were tagging along with a co worker who had a boat. The plan was to go to the other side, find a good spot to set up
camp, and go hiking up into the mountains, and possibly get a black bear. I was in it for the adventure, I had no desire to kill anything.
We made it to the other side and set up camp on this tiny little sliver of the bank, backed up against some of the thickest woods I have ever seen in
So the next plan was to start hiking, the lake is surrounded by small mountains so it was all uphill. Since there was no trail we were bushwhacking.
This was one of, if not the most arduous hike I have ever been on, and I have been on quite a few all over this world. Every few feet were a struggle
there was no just walking.
As soon as we broke the tree line I noticed a new fresh pile of bear scat every other minute. We must have been absolutely surrounded by black bear.
Eventually we made our way pretty high up the mountain and finally decided we should head back. Fortunately we never saw a bear.
We knew the lake was down, but other then that we were lost. My friend and I were both thinking this is exactly how people just disappear In Alaska.
It is an unforgivable wilderness and we were in a precarious situation.
On the way down we came across this huge depression in the ground, kind of like a big pit with a clearing at the bottom. All the grass and shrubbery
was flattened. It looked to be some sort of den or hang out area for big brown bear or a bigfoot.
We checked that out and kept moving, this is when the scary thing happened. We were making our way through the thick brush, up and under logs and
stumps, through thick patches of thorny "devils club", when all of the sudden we all heard this tremendous thudding sound off to our left. It was a if
something huge and extremely powerful was pounding the ground.
We exclaimed to one another "what the f-(k was that?!?" And started moving faster down that mountain we thought possible. Thank God we found our way
back to camp, we spent the rest of the day hanging by a campfire, drinking homemade wine and moonshine, playing ukulele, and cooking food. After such
a rough journey this was one of the best times ever.
All three of us are fairly open minded and believe bigfoot could very well live in the Alaskan wilderness. So we all drew the same conclusion that
whatever made that noise may have been a big foot, a very big brown bear, or something unknown, that was giving us a warning.
If do live out there they must live just like bears do. I think they must have the same diet and sleep in the same type of areas.
I imagine if they exist there are many different types of them.
For example the northern Alaska big foot that we may have encountered are very wild, they rarely see people as they stay in the vast wilderness living
off the land.
Down south big foot maybe come across people more often and some of them have discovered easier meals by posting up on the outskirts of
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