Bigfoot Sighting between Morrisonville and Taylorville

Father and son have daylight sighting on Illinois Rt 48 near Taylorville

YEAR: 2008

SEASON: Spring

MONTH: May

DATE: 5

STATE: Illinois

COUNTY: Christian County

LOCATION DETAILS: Near the South Fork of the Sangamon River bridge on Illinois Route 48, two miles southwest of Taylorville.

NEAREST TOWN: Taylorville

NEAREST ROAD: Illinois Route 48

OBSERVED: My dad and I were heading for Taylorville from Morrisonville when we came over a small hill. My dad started to hyperventilate and was starring at something up ahead.

I looked back up the road and there was a very tall upright animal walking across the road, stepped over the guard rail and disappeared underneath the bridge. Just that fast it was gone, and we didn’t see it again.

I had an appointment at noon so I know this was maybe 10 minutes before then. It is just two miles from Taylorville where the bridge goes over the South Fork of the Sangamon River. I had my dog with me also and he had his head out the window and was acting up by what he was smelling.

ALSO NOTICED: I had my dog with me also and he had his head out the window and was acting up by what he was smelling.

OTHER WITNESSES: Yes, my dad.

OTHER STORIES: None at that time.

TIME AND CONDITIONS: Just before noon. Daylight.

ENVIRONMENT: Wooded creek just before the bridge that crosses the South Fork of the Sangamon River.

Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Stan Courtney:

I spoke with both the father and son by phone.

In Summary:

– The animal was 9 – 10 feet tall.
– The body build was huge and muscular.
– The shoulders were very wide.
– The hair was black in color.
– The animal casually stepped over the guard rail and went out of sight underneath the bridge.
– Neither witness was able to see the face.

Source: The Bigfoot Field Researchers Org.

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