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COUNTY: Brown County
LOCATION DETAILS: Yellow wood state forest.
NEAREST TOWN: Nashville
NEAREST ROAD: Helmsburg Rd.
OBSERVED: Me and my 11yr old daughter was spring turkey hunting 2020 in yellowood state forest behind our house. She seen it first, then I saw it. I watched in disbelief as it moved away from us. It was approximately 6ft tall, grey in color and very, very strong looking.
ALSO NOTICED: The speed of it in a span of 50 meters plus, clears in seconds, me and my daughter retraced those steps, it took us 6 minutes through same terrain.
OTHER WITNESSES: Me and my daughter.
OTHER STORIES: No
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Morning
ENVIRONMENT: Early spring half vegetation. Chilly weather.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Jonny Walker:
I spoke to the witness on a Friday morning. He gave me his account of the sighting. We were able to schedule a field investigation later that afternoon. I went to see the spot of the sighting and to interview his daughter.
Upon arrival we proceeded through the logging trails to the spot of the sighting. Given the lay of the land and the angle of view, I estimated the figure to be approximately 7 to 8 foot in height, rather than 6 feet as originally estimated.
I asked the daughter to describe what happened. She described the figure as being grayish in color, arms reaching almost to the knees, with really big hands. Asking what she remembered most, she said its muscles. It looked like a football player but bigger.
We proceeded back to the house and were joined by the witness's wife who had found a couple prints in the creek area. I found these people to be sincere.
Yellowwood State Forest
About BFRO Investigator Jonny Walker:
Jon Walker is an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He works in the surveillance field. He has hiked across several U.S. National Parks and a few Manitoba Provincial Parks. He has seen and heard evidence of Sasquatches. Jon attended the 2017 and 2018 Kentucky Expeditions.