A few years ago, I heard a radio program with a very informed and entertaining host who had on the radio two people. One was supposedly a Bigfoot
expert, and the other was a man in Texas who wouldn't give his name or exact location, and claimed he and his friends had killed two in his youth.
His story was questioned by the host just like you or I would question, and it was very thorough.
It seems he and his two friends made a good living hunting. They sold the furs and so on and they knew their business, and they were hunting/trapping
all the time.
The sound of this man telling his story and answering questions was really believable as his manner and detail just didn't seem contrived.
They were heading somewhere in the truck and saw one of these things, and forgive me the details, but they shot at it and were certain they had hit
it. They found the blood mass and tracked the thing into some thick brush.
The man with the largest (.44 Mag SuperBlackhawk) handgun (the storyteller) was elected to lead, and when he ducked and entered he soon met face to
face a large female who charged him. He backed up as quickly as he could, firing as he retreated and finally the female dropped and died. Then noted
the male had bled out as well.
They were terrified that they didn't have any license for these things, and because they were bipedal, weren't sure they wouldn't be charged with
murder, and so they pulled them out next to the creek and buried both of them.
The man said he lived just a few miles from there, but had never been back near the place, and the hunting ended.
Did any of you ever hear this radio program?
You want to hear a gripping story, perfectly believable, from a man who had more regrets than the law allows, try and find this story. It is
edit on 28-2-2011 by FarArcher because: (no reason given)