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Submitted by witness on Wednesday, November 07, 2007.
Bow Hunter Encounters Strange Creature near Argus
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COUNTY: Bucks County
LOCATION DETAILS: Sighing was on a pipeline that parralells Allentown Road in West Rock Hill
NEAREST TOWN: Argus
NEAREST ROAD: Allentown Rd
OBSERVED: I was bow hunting on October 24th, 2007. Around 5:45 pm I saw a large "sasquatch" like man about 180 yards away walking away from me. He/She was clothed in all one color. He/She was close to 8 feet tall and extremely muscualr. It was the color of dark rust. All I know is it was the scariest and most bizarre moment of my life. I climbed a small pine tree to get a better look, but he was gone. He/She dissapeared after 3-4 steps.
OTHER WITNESSES: No, I was bow hunting alone.
ENVIRONMENT: Windy, Brisk, Still light out, at least enough to know I wasn't just seeing things
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Paul Kotch :
I interviewed this witness for approximately one hour by phone, and found him to be articulate and sincere. He stated that he viewed the creature from a distance of 150-160 yards as it walked parallel to his location. He estimated the height between 6-5"-6-7' based on his father's 6-1", 300 lb - frame.
While he couldn't make out definitve facial features, he stated that the creature was a consistent color from head to toe, and was either a large, bi-pedal creature with dark, rust colored fur or a large man in a one-piece body suit trying to perpetuate a hoax.
The witness considered the only two people that were aware of his location, and phoned them to verify their location to confirm that they were not playing a practical joke on him.
About BFRO Investigator Paul Kotch :
Paul Kotch resides in South West Florida. He became interested in the Sasquatch phenomenon as a child, and remained interested into adulthood, when he attended his first expedition in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. He joined the BFRO after attending his second Adirondack Mountain expedition in 2006. Paul relocated to South West Florida in early 2014 to pursue a writing career. He lives with his wife and two dogs.