Geographical Index > United States > Washington > Lewis County > Report # 9811
Submitted by witness on Saturday, November 20, 2004.
Hunters hear early morning vocalizations near Mossy Rock
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COUNTY: Lewis County
NEAREST TOWN: mossy rock
OBSERVED: On 11/12/04 my husband and I were hunting in the Mossy Rock, WA area in a clear cut next to a stand of timber, (This was about 6 days after opening day of Elk season.) It was about 0710, and a clear, dry, morning. Rob, my husband, was about 50 yards from me closer to the woods, I was on the upper part of the clear cut, I had heard the tail end of the first scream. Rob had asked me, "if I heard that?"(We had ear bob radios on)
I stated,"Yes'" than about 1 minute later, we both heard another Scream! Very close and very Human like. When Rob reached me, I told him that, "That! was Bigfoot!"
He said, "That's what I thought!"
I have seen documentaries on Bigfoot, however, Rob never has, so he had no idea what Bigfoot might sound like.The area was the 520 GMU, but if you need more info. just E-mail me back. Both of us are in a branch of Law Enforcement, so most everyone we know thinks we were hearing things, however, both Rob and I grew-up in the woods and wide open spaces both of us know, that was nothing he or I have ever heard!!!
I am an Animal Control Officer for Pierce County and the closest thing that it may have been other than the scream off the doctumentary, was a half human, half baboon in a leg hold trap, really pissed off!
ALSO NOTICED: The woods seamed quiet that morning, like the woods hadn't woke up yet, like the mornings before.
OTHER WITNESSES: two
TIME AND CONDITIONS: 11/12/04 about 0700 clear dry morning
ENVIRONMENT: Clear cut /noise came from the stand of trees next to it.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator John G. Callender:
I spoke with the witness for approximately twenty minutes regarding the vocalizations she heard. She stated that the vocalizations were unlike anything she or her husband had ever heard before and that the noises she heard were definitely not cougar or bear. The vocalizations started high and ended low and seemed to last approximately three to five seconds in duration with an approximate five minute lapse between the two vocalizations.
Note another incident that took place near the location of this encounter.