Pennsylvania resident John Winesickle believes he has proof that Bigfoot exists, and is living near Altoon, Pa. The man was so sure he even went as far as to call 911 to prove it according to the Daily Mail reports on Wednesday, May 29.
According to the massive social network chatter, and Twitter reports it has been rumored, and is said to be believed by thousands of Bigfoot enthusiasts, that a Bigfoot was shot and killed in Pennsylvania.
As the summer months approach more and more suspicious Bigfoot sightings will be reported by avid Sasquatch hunters in hopes of proving their legendary theories that the mysterious hair-covered giant does actually exists among us.
The latest reported sighting has many believing that one of the creatures were actually killed in Pennsylvania, and has been covered up by the authorities.
Reports reveal that Bigfoot enthusiasts believe that on May 14th, police in Altoona, Pennsylvania took a 911 call from a John Winesickle, who adamantly claims that he had proof of Sasquatch just a few a from his property, and wanted the proper authorities to verify his findings.
The 911 call has been verified and is not in question, what has some puzzled, and has become a huge controversy are the events that followed the 911 call that claims an unidentified turkey hunter came across the legendary beast, shot, and killed it, and was then mysteriously followed up by a helicopter flying over the scene of his discovery.
Reports also allegedly reveal that on that Tuesday, 14th May, officers with the Somerset County police force traded messages about an individual who had contacted the Game Commission requesting a call back about proof he had of Bigfoot.
The man in Paint Township wanted an officer to come and inspect his ‘evidence’ for Bigfoot, the 911 call was placed around 10:30 a.m.
The insanity is said to have hit around 2.41 p.m. after the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society received an urgent email that allegedly claimed that someone had overheard talk on police scanners that appears to confirm that a Bigfoot had actually been shot and killed nearby.
The email reads;
‘Today in Somerset county PA a turkey hunter shot and killed an animal he claimed is a Sasquatch.The state police were called and responded to the scene, according to chatter on the local police frequencies the officers confirmed there was an unidentified animal shot and killed. Details are a bit fuzzy at this time.’
Local authorities state that John Winesickle did in fact show them a large footprint belonging to an animal, one that they stated was that of a large bear.
Odd turn of events reveal that just several minutes later the state’s Bigfoot Society claims that they did receive an urgent email that did include a name, and contact number that they say was a legitimate report.
The email went into great detail as to how they heard the police scanner radio, mentioning the alleged turkey hunter.
‘What he said he heard was that a hunter had called and stated that he had shot a Bigfoot. He soon heard some radio chatter from police who were reportedly joking about the report,’ says the email.
‘It was about 20 minutes later that he said he heard a police officer radio back and state, ‘there was a body’. He said the next radio transmission to the officer was, ‘call the center.’
The email also describes how a ‘a large helicopter,’ was approaching where the Sasquatch’s dead body was allegedly was reported.
‘The sound was so loud it shook his house, so he went outside to take a look. It was then that he observed a formation of four Army Apache helicopters approaching from the north and moving in the direction of Somerset.’
But, the police report only reveal that they have concluded that Winesickle’s reports were only bear tracks, he still claims that he is just thankful they investigated, and insists Bigfoot was in the area.
‘The police have been very nice to me,’ he said. ‘It wasn’t a bear, it was Bigfoot.’
A crazy mistaken identity, or a clever cover-up by the authorities? You make the call.
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