Terrifying Bigfoot Caught Peeking Through Window

Remarkable images have emerged of a possible Bigfoot encounter in Bailey, Colorado.

The images which were snapped in October 2017 by Scott Yeoman, and were released recently via his facebook page.

According to Scott, the incident occurred one evening as he and his wife were refurbishing a mobile home on their 11-acre property in the community of Bailey.

Then out of nowhere, he was caught off guard by a "very harsh odor" which Scott said "smelled like rotting animal flesh, vomit, and excrement."

It was then that he noticed something moving outside the window, the ledge of the window was approximately seven to eight feet tall, and Yeoman initially thought that the mysterious visitor was a bear trying to look into his home.

After around eight minutes, his wife came into the room and he told her what was happening, when she spotted the terrifying creature, she screamed and ran to a back bedroom in their home.

Scott then grabbed a gun from a closet to protect himself and his wife from the beast, but by then the creature had moved away from the window and disappeared.

Yeoman said that he actually filmed the creature peering into the window for about 10 minutes, but sadly a house fire destroyed the computer that contained the video footage.

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Patterson–Gimlin film (also known as the Patterson film or the PGF) is an American short motion picture of an unidentified subject which the filmmakers have said was a Bigfoot.

The footage was shot in 1967 in Northern California, and has since been subjected to many attempts to authenticate or debunk it.

The footage was filmed alongside Bluff Creek, a tributary of the Klamath River, about 25 logging-road miles northwest of Orleans, California, in Del Norte County.

The film site is roughly 38 miles south of Oregon and 18 miles east of the Pacific Ocean.

For decades, the exact location of the site was lost, primarily because of re-growth of foliage in the streambed after the flood of 1964. It was rediscovered in 2011.

It is just south of a north-running segment of the creek informally known as "the bowling alley".

The filmmakers were Roger Patterson and Robert "'Bob" Gimlin, Patterson died of cancer in 1972 and maintained right to the end that the creature on the film was real.

Patterson's friend, Gimlin, has always denied being involved in any part of a hoax with Patterson, Gimlin mostly avoided publicly discussing the subject from at least the early 1970s until about 2005 (except for three appearances), when he began giving interviews and appearing at Bigfoot conferences.

Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot Film - Complete Version