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Police are called after an apparent Bigfoot tried to break into the house of a 78 year old woman. The woman became so frightened that she fled the house out of total fear. The Bigfoot damaged not only the house but also the smokehouse that was on the property.

Once police were on the scene they found the storm door of the house damaged alone with the wooden frame. The wooden frame was splintered.

But this was only the start of the investigation for the officer, things were about to get much worse.

Here is how this strange night got started and the numerous sighting that came after.

After receiving several reports of Bigfoot sightings on the Lummi Indian Reservation, Lummi Police Sgt. Ken Cooper was called to the residence of 78-year-old Emma Smith.

She reported a Bigfoot attempting to break into her home, and she had fled in terror. Sgt. Cooper found the plastic on a storm door torn and the door's wooden frame splintered. Boards
has also been torn from a nearby smokehouse, but he could not find the creature, nor any person.

Sgt. Cooper returned to the residence around 2:30 a.m., shining the spotlight from his patrol car into the woods. He found a group of seven people already there, with their own spotlights set directly on a huge seven-and-a-half foot tall "hair creature", aka a Bigfoot.

Sgt. Cooper aimed his 12-gauge shotgun at the creature. Concerned that it could be a human in a costume, he yelled, "If there's somebody just fooling around you better knock it off because we have weapons." The creature just crouched down. As Sgt. Cooper stepped forward, the creature lowered himself even further until only his head was showing above the brush.

For 20 minutes, Sgt. Cooper and the other people stared down the crouching "hairy creature" until they heard noises in the brush to their right, and people said they were seeing more Bigfoot there.

At that point, Cooper decided it was time to leave the scene.

Probably a wise decision. To read more, click here.

Category: Weird Desk