Bigfoot hit by car near High Knob VA by BRFO researcher (updated)

Bigfoot Evidence: On October 23 at 2 AM, a Bigfoot was hit by car near High Knob VA.

Not much to go on but this reported on Bigfoot Evidence:

A few hours ago, Matt Moneymaker mentioned on Twitter that one of their scouts recently had a collision with a Bigfoot while driving last night. On October 23, BFRO investigator Tyler Bounds from Washington said he was driving near High Knob VA at around 2 AM when he hit the creature. Matt said the vehicle was damaged, but there was no blood or hair.

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That sounds promising but no blood or hair? And, how convenient it was a BFRO investigator… Waiting for more.

Update: October 24. Here is more from the witness:

As I looked up from the steering wheel back to the road, I noticed a large (as tall or taller than the van), upright, all black “figure” stationary, on the centerline (or just to the right of the centerline). I say “noticed” a figure, but, in reality, as I looked up, I was right on top of it. The van shuddered, the drivers’ side mirror was forcefully folded into the vehicle, and I felt and heard the object hit the side of the van behind me, like a slapping sound.

Sadly, this actually gives us nothing to go on. Tyler went back using the thermal camera but found nothing.

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  4 comments for “Bigfoot hit by car near High Knob VA by BRFO researcher (updated)

  1. October 24, 2011 at 1:04 AM

    The one that got away!

  2. John Stewart
    October 24, 2011 at 6:49 PM

    Was this a hit and run? How far did the vehicle travel before the driver went back?

  3. October 24, 2011 at 7:16 PM

    That sounds like a hit and run, not a big foot encounter.

  4. Massachusetts
    December 8, 2011 at 9:44 PM

    I hit a deer once and there was a lot of blood and a lot of fur. So I find the story a bit unlikely.

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