Nov 3

SC EP:11 The ‘Siege’ at Honobia

Bigfoots had been harassing a family who lived deep in the sticks in Honobia, Oklahoma for some time. The family had planted a lot of Austrian snow peas, a crop that deer loved to eat, so deer congregated on their property. The family then hunted the deer for food, mostly by spotlighting at night. They stored deer meet in a freezer in a shed outdoors.

The Bigfoots were coming around the house mostly at night, attacking the house with rocks, banging on windows and doors, screaming and yelling, stealing deer meat from the freezer, damaging property, and just in general raising Hell.

These incidents took place at a rural homestead outside the town of Honobia, Oklahoma in January of 2000. Some BFRO contacts went to visit the family. They stayed overnight and were impressed. Weeks later television stations and newspapers in Oklahoma mentioned the incidents but never told the whole story.

Mid January, 2000

The first message received by the BFRO, from the uncle of the Honobia family:
“Too many incidents to mention here, please have someone contact us. This is no hoax and my brother is afraid for his family. This creature is getting bolder every time it returns. This thing is huge, walks upright, smells like a musky urine, burned hair type odor. He repeatedly comes back in the early morning hours after midnight and harasses them until just before dawn. It has on more than one occasion tried to enter their home. We don’t know where to turn. Everyone thinks we are crazy when we mention it. Please, we don’t know what to do but I do know that something needs to be done! There are stories we could tell that would make the hair stand on your neck…”

 

 

35 Responses to “SC EP:11 The ‘Siege’ at Honobia”

  1. Calvin K

    Is there a forum page? Just saw an interesting post on Facebook about an orangutan that learned to produce human like sounds. Thought it was interesting and could apply to this subject of the mimicking these creatures can do.

  2. Jim D

    March 25th 2015 So I’m sitting here at my computer waiting for episode 89 to start and I start going through some of these older shows to see if there’s anything good on them. I have to tell you, in retrospect, and this is about Wil, I find him to be; one. extremely intelligent, and two, just as aggravating as he is smart. How is it that that guy can have had nearly every kind of experience known to Sasquatch encounters ? He is one of those guys who we all knew growing up, the “anything you can do, I can do better” guys who we instinctively knew was pretty much full of crap. Also, Wes has an amazing ability to recall conversations and information that was passed on to him – almost unlike anyone I have ever heard do it before.

  3. David G

    You guys are hilarious, Will knows more about these creatures that just about anyone. There are literally a handful of people that hold such knowledge, and are open and willing to share and help people who are grappling with their own encounter. This is quite literally therapeutic for the guests, and not geared toward your entertainment. You can’t fault the man for helping.

  4. stephen P

    Well said lads. At one point about the ‘samurai chatter’ he actually said ‘ I’ve heard it,so it is true’. I’m new here and am going back on the old shows. Wes is so much better with guests and his brother on. I find Mr. .Jevning condescending ,patronising and arrogant. It’s only true if he has seen or heard it. Wes,being decent seemed in awe of him and his ‘years of experience’ he keeps reminding us about. He makes Matt Moneymaker seem modest!!…and I love ‘finding bigfoot’ btw.

    Starting in the present and working back,this show is so much better. Wes is a gifted interviewer. No ego, and thought provoking. His biggest asset is ‘listening’. Wes, like all great interviewers has the ability to listen and allow his guests to speak. Wes, you are soooo… much better off without that self righteous gasbag.

  5. randolph w

    I really enjoy this encounter. It’s great to see how the show’s progressed, but this has to be an all time favorite. Always wondered what happened to the folks on this property.

  6. Susan B

    Wow, those poor families. I really would like to hear more about them though. It seemed like we were just given snippets and highlights. Is there a later show were Mike or his brother are being interviewed? As far as the latter part of the show I’d like to see that documentary but I must admit I am not liking the connection of Neanderthal to Sassy’s due to my DNA coming back a few years ago showing I have over the normal amount of Neanderthal DNA in me – plus I have auburn hair. Yeah, not liking that connection one bit; just saying.

  7. michael n

    Susan, I personally think thats why this is covered up by the government. I think we are CLOSELY related and they dont want to open a huge can of worms by telling us that sasquatch are our relation.

  8. Charles W

    Hey Wes, Thanks, many times over for this show. I am 67 years old, physically disabled person, who was VERY interested in sasquatch.
    Until recently is was looking at a property just a short distance NW of Honobia, OK. on the Old Indian Trail. I called the broler, and told him I had lost interest, and was no longer interested, and thanked him for showing it to me, but, had changed my mind.
    Call me a coward, if you will, but, I can think of MUCH better ways to spend my Golden Years than in a pitched battle with a DDA, as you call them.
    I was, until recently, thanks to BFRO, and others, of the opinion that they WERE the Friendly Forest Giants. Now I have seen the other side of the coin.

  9. Megan M

    I miss Will. ….he’s a majority of the reason I became a member. He’s intelligent and experienced. It’s so easy for you faceless, conceited, judgemental pricks to comment about Will and, what you perceive to be shortcomings, personally I don’t find them to be shortcomings at all; but why don’t we take a look at your shortcomings?!? Why don’t we put YOU under the public microscope? What would the crowd say about you? If you have nothing nice to say, then please, do us all a favor and keep your bloody mouth shut! I don’t care to read your negative comments about the cast of this show. Why don’t you focus on the positive aspects of the show rather than pointing out negative ones? Are you oblivious to other’s feelings or just plain disrespectful? Let’s just hope that if you’re ever in the public eye the public is nicer to you than you have been to Will.
    Will, if you read this, thank you for all you brought to this show. You’re amazingly intelligent and I’m sorry you’re no longer on the show. You have my utmost respect and admiration. Please forgive the negative commentators for they know not what they do. Jealousy is an ugly mask and they wear it so well. I wish you all the best and success in your future endeavors. If there’s even the slightest possibility of you coming back to the show, I pray that you at least entertain the notion. I miss you, your thoughts and opinions as well as your insights.

    • Irene H

      I thought Will Jevning continued his own show. I am sure you can find him if you want to hear him and his intelligence. He left this show of his own volition. I hope he does not come back.

    • Robert B

      Talk about negative comments! Jeez!! And the comment “forgive them for they know not what they do?” Seriously? You’re putting Will Jevning on the same level of a crucified Christ? We know exactly what we are saying and how we feel about Jevning and his pompous ass attitude. It’s always all about him and how amazing he is. This show has progressed to be the number 1 Sasquatch talk/interview show in history, all because of the way Wes Germer approaches the subject, and the poor victimized witnesses. There is no way the show would have become as successful or as helpful to the witnesses, if Jevning was still there. No way in hell. All you have to do is look at his own show to see that. IF he was such a great asset, his show would be number 1. I’m not sure he’s even rated. Does he have knowledge on the subject? Sure. He absolutely won’t let anyone forget that for sure! But running around the woods chasing footprints, and taking theories and turning them into Gospel with his followers, doesn’t make him some kind of expert. He’s manufactured a professional “Image” out of a couple actual sightings as a kid, and with a bullshit attitude and some forest time, made so many people thing he’s all that and a can of Pringles.
      Ex Vegas bouncer or not, Wes Germer is highly intelligent, because he listens. Not only to the guests on his show, but also to so many others that choose not to come on and share their encounters. He’s cataloged behavior, creatures of various kinds, and the reactions that people have when they come in contact with these Cryptids. And probably the number 1 asset of Wes, is that he isn’t afraid to ask questions by others, like John Bindernagel, about this stuff, especially the more weird things that happen out there.
      It’s obvious that you are simply a Bf enthusiast and a Jevning groupie, and haven’t actually spent much or any, actual field time out there. Jevning is a lot like the British guy that has TV and much of the world, convinced he’s some kind of expert, after finding 5 tracks in the snow some 3-4 decades ago. But! He speaks with a brit accent, so he must know what he’s talking about, right? I wish I could remember what that guy’s name is. Just as big of a blowhard as W.J. It wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he was Jevnings mentor.
      W for one, am seriously glad that he’s gone. Whether he left on his own or got shown the door. Either way. Sasquatch Chronicles has become not only an excellent resource for those that work in the field, but also a beacon of light and hope for those eyewitnesses trying to put their lives back together after having an encounter.
      Keep up the great work Wes Germer. You have a helluva lot of folks behind you, and standing with you.

  10. ROBERT M

    Guys, although a conceited map make back inn the day speeld the town as HONOBIA it is , and always has been pronounced Hon-OH-bee-uh. It is a Choctaw word meaning “white man will surely fuck this up”…… not really. No t sure , once new what it meant. Common Choctaw family (clan) names often follow the pattern XXXXX-tubbe, such as Maytubbe, Mantubbe, Yantubbe, Yontubbe etc.. I was a resident on Glover River , worked several years as a timber faller down there for WEYCO converting the timberlands into industrial forest. Saw and heard of many strange things . Sure would like to share what I know and some observations.

    • ROBERT M

      Sorry mates , I just saw that i messed up my own edit… It is pronounced HO-nubby by genuine locals. Non-locals will try many different ways to pronounce Honobia, as you have witnessed.

  11. Gerald D

    So this Will Jevning is on some of the shows and this guy is so interruptive. With every show I’ve listened to he has to remind you of his encounter in 1976 when he was a teen of about 15 or 16 years old. I’ve binged every show and can only recall Wes talking about his and his brothers encounter maybe twice. Wes is not making this show about him but about the witness. This dude needs his on TV show. Wes Germer my friend your spot on with the witnesses man and keep up the good work. Best of luck WJ wherever you are man.

  12. STEVE W

    If I was being messed with like that I would have a 500 strapped to me, even in bed , Look in the window a shot is coming , Stand out front , A shooting hole is being cut in the wall ,, Great story , But somethings make no sense

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