The Fayette Bigfoot: This drawing was completed under the supervision of the eyewitness by an artist.
As a followup to the Fayette Bigfoot report and the posting of the drawings earlier, overnight the photographs of the area and poor images of the car scratch marks were received at Cryptomundo, via investigator Eric Altman. I thank him for sharing these with the readers here.
These photos are to assist with insights into the lay of the land, the terrain where the creature was seen, the feel of the setting, and are not presented here, needless to say, as definitive proof of the sighting. They may be an investigative tool for on-site examinations, or an attempt at understanding the populated nature of the setting, as mentioned by some of the people looking into this matter.
The Fayette Bigfoot, Present Settings.
The captions are those attached to each image by Eric Altman, to describe what is being shown in the photo, with my slight editorial adjustments for smoother reading. Please refer to the Fayette Bigfoot report to match the sighting and other locale specifics.
This is the angle and direction from which the creature came.
Represents the eyewitness view from where the creature came from, on the left.
The image shows where the creature entered the roadway.
Shown is the parking lot through which the creature ran.
Here are the store parking lot and, in the background, the road towards which the creature headed.
This is the street where the creature ran down before disappearing from sight.
The School’s Wood Lot & Nearby Cemetery
The wooded area is pictured, from behind the school.
Another view of the wooded area behind the school is shown.
This is a picture of the wooded hillside behind the school.
The abandoned cemetery behind the school is captured in this photo.
Yet another view of the abandoned cemetery behind the school is shared.
The Historic Sighting Site.
Chestnut Ridge – Jumonville, Pennsylvania, is the location where the historical sighting took place, and is shown here, five blocks from the present sighting location.
This is a view of the open field and Chestnut Ridge, in the distance, five blocks from the sighting.
Again, another image is given of Chestnut Ridge and Jumonville, Pennsylvania, five blocks from the modern sighting location.
The Scratch Marks.
This is the drawing of the car scratch marks.
Hardly visible in this photograph, an investigator tries to take a picture of the scratches on the driver side quarter panel, as well as draw the marks.
Another attempt is made to give a photographic view of the scratches on the driver side quarter panel. Photography of these scratch marks reportedly was very difficult.
A photo of the scratches on the rear quarter panel is tried.
Measurements taken were 8.5 inches long by 2.5 inches wide.
The delay in the posting of the photographs did not involved anything sinister, btw, as suggested in a couple impolite emails, but merely was an artifact of investigators’ work schedules, transmitting images, downloading availability from a field camera with a home computer vs not being able to use work time/facilities. Life happens.
Be constructive in your comments if you have suggestions, in addition to insights into what you see.