Fayette County Bigfoot reports 1972 to 2003

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Scottdale: late April or early May 2003: Two witnesses were riding a motorbike on a dirt road, when they were startled by what looked like a “Hairy Man”. The creature stopped about 75 feet away. It was about 6 1/2 feet tall, stooped over, and covered with black hair.

July, 1997: near Connellsville: Two witnesses, who were driving four wheelers, state that a large, furry creature dashed across their path. Submitted by the PBS.

Winter 1996: South Connellsville: Couple hears a thump in yard and looks outside to discover a single row of human like footprints walking through the snow through her yard. Photos were taken and sent to a game warden who could not identify the tracks. Submitted by the PBS.

November 30, 1981: Keisterville: Two witnesses were checking their beaver traps in an isolated area when they observed the shadow of a large creature with green eyes across the creek. They started throwing things at the creature and it ran away on its hind legs. They only detail they could see was the green eyes. Submitted by Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

Spring 1977: Outside Grays Landing: A man was driving his car around March or April 1977 near a dump area. It was a bright, sunny day with patches of snow on the ground. He parked his car and while still sitting in his car he smelled an awful odor. The odor did not make his eyes water but there was a sense of heat with the smell and a stinging sensation on the mans exposed skin. He looked over his left shoulder and there, about ten yards from him, was the creature. This creature was standing upright, stood about 8 to 9 foot tall and was well muscled. The creature had reddish brown colored hair with a tint of gold towards the end of the fur. It had hair all over its body but not totally covering the creatures hands and feet. The skin area that was exposed had a yellowish, orange color. The creature had a small object in its hands that it was looking at. The creatures legs were large, especially the thighs, and its arms and chest were similar to an ape, but with 3 to 4 times more muscles. When I turned the ignition on the creature turned toward the sound. At that time I saw its face. Its eyes were huge and were not perfect circles, but an elongated circle. The witness said this creature definitely blinked. He doesn’t remember a bottom eye lid just a top eye lid. The rest of the face was covered with fur. The witness could make out a small opening that had to be its mouth. The facial hair, though the same color as the rest of its body, had a different pattern. It was as if the creature had a large curly beard. From the bottom of its eyes on the front of the face (the witness could not make out a nose area) to probably the mouth area, the fur was a tightly knit, as if it had a beard. This curly beard extended down in a V-shape to about the top middle of its chest. The front of the creatures face was flat. As the witness was pulling away the creature started running and covered about 20 yards in less than 2 seconds. Submitted by: Paul Johnson.

Summer 1975: Fayette County: A group of people on Rte. 981 saw a huge, hairy creature cross the highway in front of their car. The creature put its hands over its head as if to protect itself from the headlight glare. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

1975: Jumonville Summit: A group of people saw a hairy creature that appeared to float rather than walk. A fog rolled into the area and the witnesses left. When the witnesses returned later, both the fog and the creature was gone. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

February 6, 1974: Fayette County: A woman heard a noise outside her trailer, went to the doorway with a 16 gauge shotgun, opened the door and saw a 7 foot tall ape-like creature in the doorway. She claims to have shot at the creature in the doorway and it disappeared in a flash of light. Her son who lived nearby heard the shots, went to the area to investigate and saw several hairy creatures there. He shot at them with a pistol. A large red light hovered over a wooden section about 500 yards away during the incident. SUBMITTED BY: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

1974: Fayette County: A man saw a hairy, ape-like creature cross the road in front of his car. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

November 1973: Fayette County: A man shot at a supposedly “Bigfoot” creature and it disappeared. He saw the same creature later and shot at the creature again. This time the creature grunted and cried. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

October 25, 1973: North Union Township: A man and two boys saw a UFO land in a field. Upon investigating, they observed 2 tall, hairy bi-pedal creatures walking along a fence line. The creatures had matted, dirty brown hair, glowing green eyes, broad shoulders, and small necks. They walked stiff legged giving them an overall robot-like appearance. The man shot at the creatures, which caused the spherical UFO that had landed in the field, to leave the area immediately. Although the witness felt he didn’t miss, the shots had little effect on the strange creatures. They simply turned around and traversed their way back along the fence line. A luminescent ring on the ground remained where the UFO had once been. The witness left the area and returned later with a Pennsylvania State Trooper. Although the glowing ring near the ground was still visible, its intensity had diminished. Several hours later the luminescent ring completely dissipated. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

July 1973: Jumonville Summit: A group of people observed an ape-like creature with large shoulders. The witnesses left when a fog rolled into the area. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

November 1972: Jumonville Summit: Several kids threw stones at a 5 1/2 to 6 foot tall creature that growled at them. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.

October 31, 1972: Jumonville Summit: Several witnesses in a car saw a grey-haired bi-pedal creature with long arms, short legs, and self-illuminated eyes. The creature looked in the back window of the car. Submitted by: Paul Johnson/Stan Gordon.