Wednesday, October 26, 2011
July 2011 Bigfoot shooting incident at Honobia, OK
The Remington 1100 Tac-4 12 gauge auto-loading shotgun is great for clay shooting, but apparently it wasn't good enough to take down a Bigfoot.
During the Honobia Bigfoot Festival on October 1st 2011, Honobia, OK, resident Charles Branson reportedly made a shocking claim. He spoke about a Bigfoot shooting incident on his property that occurred in July 2011 involving the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy group.
According to Charles, Bigfoots had been visiting his property for many years. Several Bigfoot organizations have became interested in researching the area. One Texas group (TBRC) started Operation Endurance and this is where things took a violent turn.
According to an official statement released by the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy Group, this is what really happened on Mr. Branson's property in July:
Judging by the actions of the individuals involved, it is not clear whether or not the group is pro-kill or against killing Sasquatch ("No Kill"). But here's an official statement from TBRC's chairman Alton Higgins:
You can follow the investigation of this incident at GhostTheory.com. Scott McMan has this whole thing covered. Click here.
To see the power of the Remington 1100 Tac-4, click here.
Posted by Shawn at 10/26/2011 12:50:00 PM