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COUNTY: Cheboygan County
LOCATION DETAILS: its green timbers
NEAREST TOWN: wolveine
NEAREST ROAD: trollbridge
OBSERVED: Me and my freind alan where walking back out of green timbers after a day of deer hunting it was about 7 or 8 when w both seen it at the same time it was about 6 to 8 feet tall and 300 to 500 pounds it just simply walked out of the woods walking to the corn feild got about half way to the corn and stopped looked at us and turned around and walked right back in the woods dident make a sound not even a twig broke when we got up there to ware he was he was gone no sign and no noise there was nothing
ALSO NOTICED: no
OTHER WITNESSES: It was me and my freind alan
OTHER STORIES: no
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Just before dark
ENVIRONMENT: maple trees and a corn feild
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Don Peer:
I talked with the teenage witness at length about the sighting. The witness is 15 years old. His friend is also 15. The witness sounded mature for his age and answered all questions directly and in a matter of fact fashion.
He and a friend were participating in the Michigan Youth Deer Hunt and were getting ready to head back home as it was getting dark, when they saw the animal step out from a wooded area into a cornfield. The witness looked through a 4x rifle scope and shared it with his friend, They did not get a look at any facial detail because of the low light level. The bigfoot saw them and stopped in mid-stride, quickly returning to the wooded area it came from and out of sight. The animal was between 50 and 75 yards away. He stated the hair color was grey/silver and reminded him of the silver color of a male silverback gorilla. He said it was strange because there was a good layer of dried leaves on the ground, but the bigfoot made no sound as it walked, even though other animals were easily heard.
Earlier in the summer, the witness was riding his horse in the same location and the horse refused to cross the same field. He dismounted the horse and tried to lead her through the field on a trail, but the horse refused to cross the cornfield, which was unusual for the horse as he had trained it and could get her to do anything except cross deep water.
I am somewhat familiar with the area. The area is thick woods and large fields, some of which are corn, and some of which are food plots planted for the local elk population. There is a variety of wildlife in the area including frequent reports of mountain lion. I have dirt biked and mushroom hunted and went elk watching in the area.
About BFRO Investigator Don Peer:
Don Peer lives in northern Michigan and has studied the bigfoot phenomenon all his life. He has attended numerous Michigan expeditions and co-organized the 2011 Michigan BFRO expedition. He is an avid outdoorsman and works for the Michigan Department of Corrections.
Don Peer may be contacted at email@example.com