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Submitted by witness on Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
Possible daytime highway crossing on US-90 outside Caryville
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COUNTY: Washington County
LOCATION DETAILS: I was headed east on Highway 90 just came off river bridge
NEAREST TOWN: Caryville, Florida
NEAREST ROAD: on Highway 90
OBSERVED: I was driving, I just crossed river about 200 yards back when in front of me it crossed the highway. It was on all fours, trying to look different. It took about 4 to 5 seconds to cross the highway. It was dark, red long hair.
ALSO NOTICED: none
OTHER WITNESSES: none
OTHER STORIES: yes several other sightings south of this area
TIME AND CONDITIONS: tI was around 12 or 1 in afternoon bright and sunny
ENVIRONMENT: river swamp
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Michael Brumfield :
It was around 12:30 pm on a clear fall day. Witness was driving east on US-90, he just crossed the Choctawhatchee River when he noticed an animal that was bent over on the hill coming up from a two-track on the right side, just passed Boat Ramp Road. As the witness approached, it ran across the road on all fours. The witness stated the odd fact that as it ran, both the arms and legs worked in pairs. Both of the arms would come forward together and the legs would push off together in the same action.
The distance was at least 200 yards when he first noticed it while driving at highway speed and not slowing down, observing the animal as it came up the hill and crossed the highway. The height was about 7-8 feet tall at best guess, thin build with very red hair. The hair was about 3-4 inches long, matted and would flop up and down as it ran. The head was kept down and appeared to be cone shaped.
The witness stated that he knew of several people that had sightings in the area, but they did not wish to file a report.
I know the area well, its a great habitat with plenty of resources.
About BFRO Investigator Michael Brumfield :
Mike has worked 15 years as a quality control lab technician. Has attended many private investigations, BFRO Georgia 2011, Alabama 2013, NW Florida 2013 and 2014,2015. He has been interested in the Bigfoot subject since he was a kid. Spent time as a docent at the Gulf Breeze Zoo. Avid outdoorsman, spent most of his life in the woods and has hiked parts of the Appalachian Trail.
Mike helped organize the Alabama 2013, NW Florida 2015 public expedition.