Kentuckian Releases Red-Haired ‘Bigfoot’ Footage

Posted on Oct 21 2015 - 12:00am by Cryptozoology News

Ky. — Two men in northern Kentucky last week captured the images of a creature they say was a Bigfoot.

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Kirk Stokes, 44, told Cryptozoology News Wednesday that he was with his friend Parker Duvall checking out an area where they had previously noticed “activity” when they recorded the footage about 300 yards away from the alleged subject.

“We noticed movement, it moved in the thickets on the hill we zoomed in on it,” said Stokes, who has been interested in the cryptid since he had his first encounter with a similar creature in 1991 out of Spencer County.

The one-minute video shows what appears to be an animal moving behind the thick vegetation, just about 150 miles away from where he claims the first sighting occurred. Stokes says it was clearly watching them from the bushes.

“In the video, you can see the eyes change,” he explains.

Stokes says the creature was about 8 feet tall and had red hair on most of its body, except for the gray face. Its head, he said, was not the commonly reported cone-shaped skull but rounder and with a “deep brow”.

He explains he didn’t think of approaching the animal because it appeared it was aware of the two men.

“I did feel he was a just feeling out the situation. It was there for a minute then kept going, which shook me, because it meant he might have been ticked off. It had to be 800 to 900 pounds.”

The Kentucky man uses an older Panasonic video camera but he says he will be getting a better and newer model soon so that he can provide better quality footage next time.

“The biggest complaint I have is that I always uploaded my off the camera screen, but because I don’t have a computer,” says Stokes. “That will change soon. I still think the shot is good.”

Some of his viewers compared the animal in the video to a gorilla.

“When you pan out, it reminds me of those documentaries of gorillas! You guys somehow found out where they live!” said YouTube user Jenn J.

Cryptid reports out of Kentucky have become increasingly common these days. Just last month, a woman in Calloway County claimed to have seen a pig-human hybrid about 11 miles from the town of Murray.

In 2014, a driver in Boone County said she and her husband had spotted a “red Bigfoot” while on her way home in 2013.

Kirk Stokes has been sharing his videos on his YouTube channel since 2012.

“I created my channel to show different things that I have experienced including Bigfoot, Dogman, UFO activity ,and other cryptids that are found in Kentucky,” he said.

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10 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. daniel clavette October 23, 2015 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    The videi is truly blurry and it is to bad we can,t not see creature in the woods.

  2. Whitey. November 29, 2015 at 11:37 pm - Reply

    Crap! Nothing in that video what so ever.

  3. Ben November 30, 2015 at 1:19 am - Reply

    Why are you moving around so much? Doesn’t show anything clear

  4. Donnie November 30, 2015 at 6:04 am - Reply

    I don’t see anything

  5. t-bird snow December 1, 2015 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    He is moving it on purpose so you cant see it well. This is fake. It was shot in late October, but yet the leaves are green as can be. The leaves in KY at that time were bright yellow and orange. Also, we had 8 days straight rain and clouds that week. If you are a cryptozoologist and you just happen to be there with your camera wouldn’t you go closer? Or call the police or game warden? Lol. 2 rednecks also claim to see ufo and mothman. Thats probably their cousin in a gimp suit hiding, to get a 5 minute breather from the pounding he was taking.

    • Hereyouismaam December 30, 2015 at 4:13 am - Reply

      LOL!!!!!!!!!!

  6. James December 2, 2015 at 6:30 am - Reply

    Bunch of bullshit as usual

  7. stefan December 2, 2015 at 9:07 pm - Reply

    Hard to take a bigfoot researcher too seriously when they don’t own a computer.

  8. A privvy fellow. January 4, 2016 at 8:02 am - Reply

    More silliness.
    These hoaxers spoil the 1% of sightings that are real’s chances of being believed.

  9. Amethyst Angel January 18, 2016 at 1:17 am - Reply

    If you’re any sort of Researcher worth his/her Salt you’d have at least a tripod for camera stabilisation especially as stated didn”t approach it.
    A camera stabilisation App for your Mobile I’m sure is available
    I honestly saw nothing in that Video just a blurred colour red could be an orangutan at the local zoo on super zoom.

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