In 1985, while driving through Lake Hughes, California at 1:00A.M. as I was
coming over the top of a hill I saw in the distance (at the right side of
the road) what appeared to be a huge wolf. As I came over the hill (the time
span of this event was only a few seconds) it started across the road in
front of me.
Just as it got into my lane, the headlights of my '72 Ford van shined on it
and it froze and looked straight at me! This is when I saw that it had a
flat face! Like a human's face, not a wolf.
I also saw that it was on its hands and knees, and its back was even with
the bottom of the vans windshield! Its eyes were like a human, except the
white part was very yellow and bloodshot. The other thing was that its nose
looked like a human nose, but it was mostly (not completely) covered with
hair. The rest of its body was covered with thick matted dark colored hair.
I swerved around it, it did not move. I then asked my wife (she was with me)
if we should turn around, but we did not.
The next morning on the way back past that spot, I saw a bunch of
photographers taking pictures of the ground across from where I almost hit
it. I chickened out and did not stop and have regretted it ever since. I
know that what I saw was a Bigfoot! It has been almost 15 years and I can
still see its face. Lake Hughes, CA., is located west of Palmdale, CA. It
is accessible by driving west from Palmdale on avenue P. Also by driving
south on 60th Street West.
By driving south on 110th Street West, and by going south off highway (138)
off of Interstate 5. These streets can all be found in the extreme West End
of the Antelope Valley. The road is called Lake Hughes Road. You can also
get there by going north on Boquet Canyon Road from the Valencia, Newhall
area. Write back if you need more specifics, I will try to find one of my
old maps of the area.
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