Bigfoot sighting reported at South Carolina state park
BEAUFORT COUNTY, S.C. (WTOC) - One of the most recent Bigfoot sighting claims comes from the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Three visitors to Hunting Island State Park reported seeing an animal, 5 to 6 feet tall and walking upright, retreat into the brush from the road as they were leaving the lighthouse around noon on Aug. 3.
The trio was unable to take a picture but did report the sighting to park staff and the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization.
When asked if the animal was possibly a deer or bobcat, the visitors responded, “No.”
According to the report, the animal had legs that were “approximately 3 feet long, human-like jointed knee, with dark brown, splotchy black hair that was approximately 2 inches long.”
The report continues, “We were all in a state of amazement as to what occurred as it happened so quickly. We have enjoyed taking many vacations at the park throughout the years since we were children in the 1950′s to the present. While the area is abundant in wildlife, we have never witnessed anything like this in the past.”
The park superintendent informed the group he would take the report as a “credible incident” and initiate an investigation.
While what exactly these three visitors saw in the state park will remain a mystery, it begs the question – do you believe?
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