On October 23 at 2 AM, a Bigfoot was hit by car near High Knob VA
|Tyler Bounds from the BFRO said he hit a bigfoot last night (around 2AM)|
while driving near High Knob VA. Vehicle damaged but no blood, hair.
A few hours ago, Matt Moneymaker mentioned on Twitter that one of their scouts recently had a collision with a Bigfoot while driving last night. On October 23, BFRO investigator Tyler Bounds from Washington said he was driving near High Knob VA at around 2 AM when he hit the creature. Matt said the vehicle was damaged, but there was no blood or hair.
The investigator has not submitted his report to the BFRO's database yet. We'll keep an eye out for the full report.
High Knob is the 66th highest point in the state of Virginia. It is one of two mountains named High Knob in the state and this particular one is located in Rockingham County, Virginia and is directly on the border with Pendleton County, West Virginia. It is located in the George Washington National Forest.
The BFRO currently has two reported sightings from the Rockinham County area. The most recent reported sighting happened in August 2010 on Switzer Lake:
- August 2010 (Class B) - Possible wood knock interaction by kayaking fishermen on Switzer Lake
- November 1995 (Class B) - Recollection of a college outing interrupted by possible vocalizations and rocks thrown near Rawley Springs
View Larger Map