Tuesday, July 23, 2013

"Bigfoot: Ruby Creek Encounter Part 1"

                                                               (Ruby Ridge)

(This is the first in a series of articles on some of the classic Bigfoot encounters that we hope will educate as well as inform people of the these beings)
Stories about the big guy goes back a long, long way. Bigfoot stories dates back to the 1800's. One famous story is from September 1941 in Ruby Creek 30 miles up the Fraser River from Agassiv, British Columbia, in Canada's great western province.  .
In September 1941, when one of these creatures paid a visit in broad daylight to an Indian family named George and Jeannie Chapman. This experience was accompanied by too much physical evidence to be ignored.
On the day in question Jeannie Chapman's eldest son, who at that time was 9 came running to the house screaming that a cow was seen coming down out of the woods at the foot of a nearby mountain. The other kids, a boy about 7 and a small girl aged 5 were still playing in a field behind the house close by a rial track. 
When Mrs. Chapman went out to take a look for herself, at first she thought it was a huge bear moving in the bushes that border the field beyond the railway tracks. She called out to them and the  children came running to her. As the creature moved onto the tracks, Mrs Chapman saw to her horror that it was as she described "A gigantic man covered with hair, not fur". The hair seemed to be about four inches long all over it's body, and had a pale yellow-brown color.

To be continued