Blond Bigfoot?

– – A North Carolina man residing on a mountain in Casar reports having repeatedly encountered a ten-foot-tall yellow haired bigfoot with six fingers on his property.  The beast is reported to have looked like a giant ape with a man’s face, and it made whistling sounds.  It approached the man’s dogs and somehow became wrapped up in their chains, at which point the man poked the animal with a stick and rough-talked the creature before it left his property; no one likes trash talk, after all.   The man actually called 911 to ask if there would be a problem if he later found it necessary to shoot the beast!   As often occurs in such cases, there is no physical evidence or video/photograph of the reported cryptid.

The incident is not without area precedent, however.   In the 1970’s an unknown creature dubbed “Knobby” was often spotted in the same rural area, and was held responsible for killing chickens and other animals…


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  1. Blond Bigfoot? « Foxsylvania…

    I found your entry interesting do I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…

  2. carycomic Says:

    Interesting. There was an article in my hometown’s Sunday morning paper about several mutilated goat carcasses being found, right here, in the NW Corner of Connecticut!

    Coyotes? Or an immigrant chupacabra?

    • vulpesffb Says:

      I like the idea of an immigrant chupacabra, and imagine him speaking with a Spanish accent! I can even in my weird little mind envision a TV show based on such a character that would unify gore and comedy, perhaps killing a different guest star every week. He would be both appealing and repugnant at the same time, and have you laughing one minute and hurling the next…

      …this is why I’m not asked to develop pilots for television!


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