2023 Author: Adelina Croftoon | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 12:05
Because of the self-isolation regime, people began to rarely go out and it seems that not only local raccoons, foxes or coyotes, who now feel at ease in the center of American cities, but also the yeti, took advantage of this
The American explorer of mysterious creatures Lon Strickler has a "Hotline" called Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research for urgent eyewitness reports.
And the other day, two eyewitnesses at once called there and reported their observation of a large hairy humanoid creature not far from settlements. The first eyewitness was from California, the second from New York State.
The first eyewitness was a man with the initials S. J., who lives in the Californian settlement of Happy Camp. On Tuesday, August 18, 2020, at about 4:00 pm, he and a friend were sitting on the porch of his private home talking when he noticed unusual traffic near a roadside pharmacy off Hillside Rd.
Something dark and too large for a human was heading towards a bend on the Klamath River Highway. An eyewitness brought binoculars from the house and began to look into them. Through binoculars, he clearly saw the "big black Bigfoot", who was not far from the pharmacy, and then disappeared into a grove of trees and disappeared.
He told his friend about this and after that they both began to peer in the same direction again. Soon, the yeti returned. An eyewitness friend spotted him in a nearby field, quickly running towards the Klamath River.
According to the archives of Yeti researchers, Yeti are very often observed in the Happy Camp area, but this is the first time that he was seen not in the forest, but very close to a human settlement and in open space.
Soon after, another eyewitness called who lives in Erie County, New York and runs a family campground. He began to report strange activity around the camp, and recently he saw with his own eyes a yeti over 2 meters tall.
It happened in the afternoon, when an eyewitness went to the road to check the mailbox. Suddenly, he saw how a hairy humanoid giant emerged from the forest not far from him, crossed the road in three steps and disappeared into the forest again.
When he told his brother-hunter about this, he went into the forest to try to find traces of the yeti (or himself), and soon found there a so-called "sleeping place" - broken branches piled up in a heap, heavily crushed by some very large animal … Judging by many signs, this "nest" was quite fresh, and elks or bears do not build such nests.
Also, an eyewitness reported that recently at night from the forest strong knocking on the trunks of trees, as well as some unusual animal cries, which he, however, could not attribute to a specific local animal, are often heard.
In this regard, researcher Lon Strickler was puzzled by the question, could the yeti go so close to human settlements due to the fact that people during the coronavirus epidemic began to sit at home and walk less on the streets?
Many wild animals, such as foxes or raccoons, are increasingly wandering into cities because of the self-isolation of people, and in San Francisco, coyotes ran along the deserted streets. Maybe the yeti felt freedom too.