Geographical Index > United States > Utah > Summit County > Report # 18056|
Submitted by witness on Saturday, March 3, 2007.
Possible late night sighting by camper near the UT/WY border
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COUNTY: Summit County
LOCATION DETAILS: Head south on highway 150 from evanston. about 2 miles .75-1.25 miles south of the ranger station turn left on the christmas meadows road. about half a mile turn right and then another immediate right and travel about .25-.5 miles to where we were at.
NEAREST TOWN: Evanston, Wyoming
NEAREST ROAD: Highway 150
ALSO NOTICED: there were no other campers around the area where we were at. fresh snow on the ground
OTHER WITNESSES: no everyone else was sleeping
OTHER STORIES: just on the bfro web sight
TIME AND CONDITIONS: during the night of june 12-13 while camping with my family and a friends family i had a sighting of what i believe was a bigfoot. the weather had turned cold and it had started to snow so both families decided to sleep in my friends suburban. sometime between 11pm and 2am i was awakened by the feeling that i was being watched. i looked to my right to find out if i could see anything but i was unable to so i tried to go back to sleep. however i could not shake the feeling that i was being watched and when i opened my eyes i looked out into the meadow in front of the suburban and saw a creature i believe to have been a bigfoot because it was walking upright heading north through the meadow. i would guess its hiegth to have been between 6.5 to 7 feet.
ENVIRONMENT: it was dark and a little overcast but the full moon offered decent lighting. it had snowed earlier that day and into the evening
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator TF Zamiski:
I spoke with the witness the evening of 3/28/07. A few details to add from our conversation;
He saw this biped at a distance of 75 to 100 yards on a party cloudy night with enough moonlight to determine that he was seeing an upright animal. The sighting lasted only a few seconds and took perhaps four steps as it walked into the woods and out of sight.
The falling snow melted on the ground so unfortunately no footprints would be apparent.
They had to leave the next day and with young children to tend to he was unable to investigate further.
About BFRO Investigator TF Zamiski:
Tim is a residential Manager for an electrical contractor. He attended the 2006 Arizona Expedition and the 2006 Wisconsin Expedition. Tim helped organize the 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2015 Arizona Expeditions and the 2011 New Mexico expedition. Active Investigator since 2005.