2023 Author: Adelina Croftoon | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 12:05
In the area of Haydn Park, on the Hudson River in New York state, unidentified humanoid creatures are regularly seen. This new eyewitness report is perhaps the strangest of all local sightings
In the US state of New York, in the picturesque wooded valley of the Hudson River, strange humanoid shaggy creatures are regularly seen. A small population of Bigfoot is believed to live there.
Recently, another case of observation came from there and it turned out to be quite unusual. The woman assured that a huge creature, as tall as a man and covered with wool, jumped from branch to branch of a tree like a monkey.
Soon, a cryptozoologist arrived at the observation site. Gail Beatty and indeed found signs of the presence of some large creature there.
On July 2, 2020, she received a call from a woman who was a landscape designer on a site in Haydn Park, New York. She weeded the garden and then drove the weed wheelbarrow down the path behind the barn. There she noisily unloaded the garbage into a heap (and, most likely, with this roar, frightened the creature that was sitting in the thicket).
Suddenly she heard a large dark animal breaking through the vegetation about 15 meters away from her. And then this creature jumped in one big leap onto the tree trunk, right above the woman's head.
The woman watched in shock as, with the help of large hands, this creature began to swing on the branches and jump from branch to branch. According to her, it looked like a very large monkey with reddish-brown fur. In size, this monkey was from a large person, that is, about 180-210 cm in height, and its arms were very long.
Gail Beatty has a long history of researching Hudson Valley Bigfoots. In June 2020, she studied the lying spots and footprints of the Bigfoots. According to her, the woman who told her about her observation of the "huge monkey" was very worried, but she asked Beatty not to indicate the exact location of the observation and her name anywhere.
Beatty recently published this story on her Facebook page along with a photo of a bigfoot, which was taken in the same state of New York a few years ago by her friend.
The story with the photo gathered many comments from users, and also attracted the attention of several journalists who wrote about it in the media.
Over the past few years, Beatty says she has collected several reports of Bigfoot sightings in the Haydn Park area, which makes her confident that there is a small group (or family) of Bigfoots living there.
The problem is that Bigfoots, as a rule, do not climb trees and, moreover, do not swing on branches like orangutans, they are too heavy for that. Could it be that the woman saw the orangutan? They have just a reddish or brownish-reddish coat. True, orangutans are much smaller in size than humans, but at a distance it was possible to make a mistake with the size. Especially if the creature was actively moving.
However, no one in New York City reported an orangutan escaping from a public or private zoo. Was it an exotic pet who ran away from home, whose owner did not report this to the authorities, or really an unusual Bigfoot?