Montana Man Mistaken For Bigfoot Shot At

HELENA- A man in Helena is claiming to have been shot at after being mistaken for Bigfoot.

Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office tells us a man was target practicing in the North Hills when he was forced to take cover after shots were fired in his direction.

Once the bullets stopped flying, the man claims he approached the shooter to try to get an explanation.

“[The shooter] said, ‘I was out hunting Bigfoot.’ Thought he was Bigfoot, and he said no he wasn’t Bigfoot, and then the guy said you should be wearing orange. It seemed like a non-emotional approach to something that’s extremely serious,” said Leo Dutton, the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff.

Police say the man called in the report the day after the incident. He couldn’t remember who he talked to and gave a description of a black Ford F-150 that the man had.

Police checked the area and found no vehicle.

The man didn’t want to press charges, and police say they haven’t heard about any other leads in this situation.

Kid on ATV films Bigfoot?

A young Michigan kid filming himself doing doughnuts on his four wheeler may have inadvertently captured Bigfoot lurking in the background. Although neither the name of the ATV rider nor the specific location in state where the video was shot are known at this time, but the footage is fairly intriguing in that it does appear to show some kind of bipedal creature ambling along past a bush behind the unknowing youngster. To that end, according to the brief description that he included with the video, the youngster did not notice the potential Bigfoot until he later got home and watched the footage.

 
After he spotted the possible Sasquatch, he subsequently submitted the video to a YouTube channel which specialized in Bigfoot footage. Included with the video was a brief message from the youngster in which he insisted that the video was not a hoax and shared his suspicion that the oddity was, in fact, a Bigfoot. As often happens with footage of this kind, the reaction has largely been split between those who also believe that it shows a Bigfoot and others who put forward a more skeptical bent.
Of that latter camp, the argument is that the footage is merely a clever hoax, which has some merit in a sense since the camera is ‘conveniently’ pointed more to where the anomaly appears rather than at the ATV. And, one would think that the noise emanating from the four wheeler would be enough to cause a Bigfoot to react with more urgency than in seen is the video. Then again, perhaps the legendary cryptid was trying to sneak away without being noticed. What’s your take on the odd video?