OK...below is the information posted at Bigfoot Evidence in reference to a sighting in
Location: Cabin on small lake just outside
Witnesses: Mr and Mrs. D Heibert
Date: April 15th 2009
Time: 2:39 pm
At approx. 2:39 in the afternoon Mrs. Heibert was opening the blinds in the back bedroom of the cabin and noticed a very large hairy upright creature on the top of the hill about 50-70 yards away. She informed Mr. Heibert who grabbed the digital camera and went outside to take a picture of it. While walking around the back corner of the cabin powering up his camera (8 MP Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT, 300 mm lens) out of the corner of his eye he noticed it had seen him and froze. He had to delete several pictures from his SD card in order to be able to take any pictures. Mr. Heibert managed to take 2 pictures and while looking down at the camera it disappeared only to reappear 15 minutes later at the wood pile. It was peeking at him from the tree line beside a path. It was approx. 10 + feet tall and very massive. The creature roughly estimated to be twice the size of the witness. 3 pictures were taken in all. The pictures were taken from the back of thecottage looking up the hill from the top of the propane tankcabinet.
“This thing stood perfectly still for what seemed like 5 minutes. I turned my head for a split second and it was gone”.
In the following weeks the screens were pushed in or torn off some windows of the cabin.
The encounter was reported to the MNR and OPP in New Liskeard on April 28/2009. 3 digitally transferred pictures were left with the officer as well as a one page written report on the incident and the witness’s phone number. The officer they spoke with found it hard to believe they were reporting it and asked, : are you serious about this, and laughed....
A game Warden and several MNR biologists (Names withheld) attended the cabin and stayed several days investigating and taking pictures of the area. They stayed on after the witnesses left.
In 2010 witnesses sell cabin. Witness’s wife was no longer comfortable and afraid to go there.
They believe the cabin has since been torn down.
Previously In summer 2004 they were awoken at 2 am by what seemed like really deep penetrating ground thuds, like picking up a huge boulder and pounding on the ground it shook the entire landscape. It went on for about 20 min and was very random maybe 10 or 15 hits to the ground. It was very singular and deep like a seismic thumper truck, the last hit to the ground was followed by the sound of big trees cracking bout 150 yards out. The witness made coffee and stayed up till dawn that night.
In 2006 after lending a local friend and three others the cabin for hunting season. They reported two black or dark blue helicopters flying low and circling for several days and nights in the area. It was definitely not Game people doing rabies cube drops; this would have been fall 2006. It is assumed they were looking for someone or something and that was also the first year in many that no one received a moose tag to his knowledge.
In 2007 there was three large boulders put on the road at the bottom of the hill as you come into the top of
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Timothy D Ervick Director
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(Pictures below are used with permission by the owners © All Rights Reserved by Jeane Heibert)
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Timothy D Ervick - Thursday, August 2, 2012 9:51:00 PM PDT
The witnesses are in their seventies and retired so PS I wouldn't think so. We also checked the originals as well as we could. I believe they are genuine. We have done our homework as well on the witnesses who are genuine as well.lol
Timothy D Ervick Thursday, August 2, 2012 10:30:00 PM PDT
We also confirmed a few things about the report using other sources.
Timothy D Ervick Thursday, August 2, 2012 10:28:00 PM PDT
We would welcome any analysis of the photo's. I'm not sure on the comment on the hair. We do have some pretty scruffy looking animals up here do to the climate. The pictures were taken in the spring. Not sure if that helps?
Timothy D Ervick Thursday, August 2, 2012 10:35:00 PM PDT
We have enlarged versions on our website if that helps to analyse them, plus links to originals.
Timothy D Ervick Thursday, August 2, 2012 10:45:00 PM PDT
I would just say that every species has different anomalies, shapes, colours and sizes. I believe most field researchers understand and agree with that.
Most of the reports from
Timothy D Ervick Thursday, August 2, 2012 10:49:00 PM PDT
Needless to say when we have an expedition to that area (which we will do fairly soon) I won't be going in there alone.
60k in the bush, no cell signal,a trillion bugs that bite and the possibility of the "Big guy" still being in the area.......priceless.lol