A naturalist, known for his research into bighorn sheep, has been hunting for Bigfoot for 30+ years.
“It all started when he was camping alone in the early 1970s and was awakened by a large hand pressing on the top of his six-foot-high tent. At first he thought it was a bear, but could distinguish fingers, not a clawed paw. The creature collapsed the tent and fell across Mionczynski’s legs. He scrambled out of the tent as the animal disappeared into the forest nearby. Mionczynski started a fire and stayed awake next to it through the night. He said he could hear the animal breathing and moving nearby for two and a half hours. For 45 minutes it threw pinecones at him, he said, as if it wanted him to leave.”