Miniature Bigfoot Encountered in Tennessee Cave

By on February 9, 2015 // Cryptids // 3 Comments

Tennessee Cave Bigfoot
Image: Mike Goren via CC by 2.0

What is it with caves? In a sighting unrelated to the other day’s reptilian alien, a Tennessee woman claims to have encountered a “miniature version of ‘Bigfoot'” while exploring a cave in 2009, according to Cryptozoology News.

While exploring the cave with her husband, they came upon a strange animal “attached to the cave wall.” But upon closer inspection, this was no ordinary animal. Instead, according to the original report at The Crypto Crew, it was something terrifying: a bizarre creature with a hairless face, containing vaguely human features. It had brown  body hair and claws on paw-like hands and feet, and could climb the cave walls with amazing dexterity. The witness likened it to a smaller version of Bigfoot.

The cave in question is located on the woman’s own farm land, and you can see pictures of it in a video uploaded by The Crypto Crew. As for the creature, the woman didn’t have a chance to photograph it (“We both froze in the shock state and took in each others detail before I ran,” she says in the report), but after a later investigation she found an uncanny resemblance between the creature she saw and an illustration of a creature in an old document from 1696.

What is it? What was it doing in that cave? The investigation continues, and you can follow along over at The Crypto Crew, where there have already been a few updates regarding the old document and the history of the cave itself…

// via Cryptozoology News via The Crypto Crew

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Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.
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  • Riiiiight….

    YAWN! Decades of such stories and neary a picture.

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  • Sandra Dee

    They ant no big foot. Lol