Feb 11

Sighting In The Kiamichi Mountains

This is a report I received several years ago of a gray Bigfoot that was encountered by a man on a four wheeler scouting for a hunting location in Southeast Oklahoma.

4 Responses to “Sighting In The Kiamichi Mountains”

  1. Linda B

    I used to live in Idabel OK near Broken Bow Lake and my brother, who stayed with me for a time, had a sasquatch sighting on a highway which runs north from Idabel to Broken Bow when he was out applying for a job at what was (still there?) a chicken plant. His sighting was in broad daylight about 10 am, and there were no other cars on the road. A nearby tree line was visible from the road where it must have came from. He got a pretty good look at it but I’m not sure now what color he said it was. He said it was “skinny and tall”. Idabel and Broken Bow are cities in McCurtain County which is in the very far southeastern corner of Oklahoma, bordering Texas and Arkansas. I believe Broken Bow Lake, located within Beavers Bend State Park, is in the Kiamichi Mountains. We camped there quite often. A while back I shared with Wes in an email I once got spooked out of that park when I attempted a solo hike. I just had an uncanny feeling of dread and of being watched, like something bad was going to happen and that I needed to leave. I was finally forced by this strong compulsion to go back to the car. . This was unusual for me, having been raised in rural Kansas. That was the first time any feeling like that had ever happened to me, and I had spent most of my childhood playing in the woods with my five wonderful brothers who are all now grown and are deer bow hunters . Being a God fearing woman, I hightailed it out of there.

  2. Janetta V

    If you are ANYWEHERE, in southeast Okla., you are going to hear about bigfoot. I live in Ok. and have been in the southeast and you would not believe the amount of trees there, mixed in with cedar trees, anything could hide in all of that. They have been reported in all parts of the state, but mostly down there. In the past 20 years we have had millions of cedar trees come to our state. Thank you.

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