report (Bigfoot HQ) Scott Voet, 36, of Estacada, OR, saw a Bigfoot on
July 19th, 1998, at 6 PM. It was sunny and 80 degrees. Scott had packed
in to a hill out Burn Road, near Estacada, and set up camp. A seven
foot tall cinnamon-brown ape ran toward him, and ran off. He broke camp,
thinking he was lucky to get his pack horse loaded. He left his $200
tent and ice chest with food in it. Frank investigated the site, and
found the tent torn down and the ice chest open and food strung around
including fish that was in the bottom of the ice chest (bear would have
eaten). Frank noted the two trees next to the tent were stripped of
bark up to eight feet (a territorial sign?). Frank gave me a Polaroid
print of the tent, but it did not come out clear enough to print.
also had a report from Sept. 5th, 1998. The elk hunter, Johnny Mochea
and Jay were up Hollock Burn Road near Estacada, Oregon when about 6:45
AM both men saw a cinnamon brown ape staring at them from a water ditch.
It swayed from side to side as Johnny walked down to see if it was another
bow hunter...and was startled to note it was an ape. As he walked closer
it ran up the ditch bank and was gone. Weather was sunny and 69 degrees
45 minutes after the sighting when Frank was told of the event. Frank
found an indistinct four-toe print at the site which he photographed.
Credit Source: Posted by Ray Crowe