Mar 7

1967, Waccasassa Bay Preserve, Florida: Bigfoot Witnessed Eating Bones

Calvin Bothers was driving near Waccasassa Bay Preserve when he pulled off the road to relieve himself.  He walked about 50 yards from his pickup to do his business behind a tree, keeping an eye on the road.  Just as he finished with his duty, he heard something that caught his attention.

The noises were coming from farther off the road.  The noises were a cross between a cow chomping its cud, a pig rooting, and a dog gnawing on a rawhide.  Thinking that he was about to see some wild boar or other large creature, Bothers sneaked toward the noises’ location.

thJust as he leaned around a big tree, he gasped loudly.  Sitting on a broken stump just a few feet away from him was a large Bigfoot biting large bones in half.  Bothers recalled the terrible stink of the creature more than any concern for his personal well being.

Bothers watched the monster gobble a few thick white bones, before he felt he was going to vomit from the powerful odor.  Bothers carefully turned around and quietly made his way back up the hill toward the road.


6 Responses to “1967, Waccasassa Bay Preserve, Florida: Bigfoot Witnessed Eating Bones”

  1. Norman Racca

    Cool story….But….
    1. How does the Sasquatch not know the guy was there after pissing in his living room, then gasping loudly from a few feet away?
    2. Who walks “50 yards” away from there vehicle to take a piss behind a tree? What’s wrong with the tire???

  2. Mr. M

    Many storys point out that our furry ancestors loose there situational awareness when they’re focused on something.

    If he was a member of a small community in the south, would be a great social stigma if a feamale from his town for church would see him moving his bowels home, he more than likely would be called out for such an act by a father or a husband of the offended girl/woman.

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