I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

We are just all over Bigfoot recently, but then the weather is getting cooler, Bigfoot is proposed to be migratory, and they might just be out enjoying the fall color.

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In an article from The Daily Mail there are purported Bigfoot photos.

Does this image show TWO Bigfoot creatures?
Woodsman photographed ‘moving beast’ in Pennsylvania… but there is no sign of it now
By Daniel Miller

Woodsman spots what appears to be two creatures lurking in the woods
He said creature was bigger than a bear with a different body shape
But when he returned to the exact spot there was no sign of them
It comes as researchers say they have DNA proof Bigfoot is real

Mr Stoneman, 57, had been returning from the Kinzua Bridge Fall Festival with his girlfriend when the pair saw the mysterious shape moving in the forest.

He quickly grabbed his camera and fired off these shots as they slowed the car down and edged along the road.

Okay, you took pictures when the creatures were present. Go back to the same spot and take a picture of the same scene from the same angles and show me their absence.

Okay, you say that is where they were standing, but you offer no reference from the original photos to demonstrate that.

Here I can identify the bent tree just left of center and the “V” shaped tree just to the right of that, but compare this to the second photo above, the one with the inset close-up, these two photos were obviously taken at significantly different times, days or even weeks apart judging by the leaves on the ground.

As these are all taken from different angles, they could easily be just mossy stumps with a vague sort of humanoid appearance. There are no photos taken in sequence or that indicate motion. The one photo that seems to show an arm, shows a pretty skinny arm with a strange mid-forearm twist or break in it. As the corroborating photos are taken days or weeks later, they really offer nothing to the case.

Is Mr. Stoneman lying about what he saw? I have no reason to make that claim. He could easily have been as much the victim of a prank as anyone. These photographs however offer nothing to the case for the existence of Bigfoot.

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  • Scott_McMan

    Henry, I know these guys since I was born and raised there. I have been on that same stretch of road more times than I can count and on the Kinzua bridge over 100 times. My buddy from back home sent me an email when it happened and said it was nothing more than a deadfall that ripped up the roots. They tend to rot eventually and hang down, which gives the impression of an animal coat of hair. Furthermore, many people in the area burn wood for heat and a deadfall is quickly cut up and removed for firewood.

    The bridge is the most interesting part of it as a historic monument. Look it up sometime, I think you would enjoy reading it’s history. Unfortunately it was hit by a tonado in 2003 (I believe) and a great deal of it was destroyed.

    I’ve hunted and fished in these very woods until I left at the age of 26. Of the hundreds of hunters/fishermen I knew/know from the Bradford area, not one has ever seen a Bigfoot in the surrounding McKean County. Of course we have our share of BS story tellers, but we all know who they are.

  • This is a root ball. It’s possible it was removed. But evidence is here. http://doubtfulnews.com/2013/10/bradford-pa-blobsquatch-story-propelled-by-the-bigfoot-wave/

  • A good point, considering Stoneman is clearly standing there next to a downed tree…

  • John Wind

    It was a major scam, as you can see in the photos above it was a tree root. A well driller managed to find it with Pennsylvania Game Commission Officer Groshek who seen it with him. The next day after the pictures above were taken Stoneman removed the stump to try make it look like it was real. They said there was no way he didn’t know it was a stump.

  • Thanks for the Info, it’s always nice to crowd source a total debunking.

  • Scott_McMan

    Also John, you know that trees fall all over the place in in those woods and these root messes are common. Remember when that major tornado went thru several years back and flattened an entire swath of valley? Left hundreds of trees in the same condition.Of course we see this in forests all over, so it’s not unique to NWPA.

    Stoney has always been a storyteller.

  • Abbadon

    I instantly saw that it was a tree root.. shows that some people decide them self what they wanna see