KY Pike April 2005 #00002

Submitted to BFRO by witness on Friday, December 3, 2010.
Bipedal creature observed on a cliff outside Pikeville
YEAR: 2005
SEASON: Spring
MONTH: April
STATE: Kentucky
COUNTY: Pike County
LOCATION DETAILS: overlooking the town of Pikeville
NEAREST ROAD: Chloe creek
OBSERVED: In April of 2005 I was in a doctor’s office in pike co. KY. I was looking out the window and seen a tall creature on a rock cliff across from the jail, at the mouth of Chloe creek. It was acting very confused or anxious. It walked slumped over and made three different trips from the edge of the cliff back to the tree line. The creature was brown in color. It was at a distance that I saw the creature. It seemed to be thin and tall. The lady in the doctor’s office saw it too. We attempted to point it out to other people in the office but it had disappeared into the tree line by then.
I am not the type to believe anything unless I have seen it myself. I know what I seen. Can’t explain what it was, but it was alive and real. Not like any other animal I have ever seen.
I live in east tn. now and think of that episode every now and then. I have told very few people about this.
OTHER WITNESSES: yes me and one other person
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Clear sunny spring day
ENVIRONMENT: standing on cliff
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Don Adkins:
I spoke with the witness at length about his sighting. The witness was in the doctor’s office, looking out the window to the north, toward the mouth of Chloe Creek, and the rock cliff that overlooks the town of Pikeville. He said that the creature walked slumped over, with the arms reaching mid shin. The hair was reddish brown, like that of a brown bear. He described it as very “ape like” in appearance, thin and lanky. Seen from the distance of about 100 yards, he could not remember being able to make out facial features. He said that it was not broad shouldered as most sightings describe, but very tall, between 6-8 feet. He was stunned by the sighting, not believing it could be a Sasquatch. He had not heard of any other sightings in the area. A self-described skeptic, he had told very few people about it, and still has problems rationalizing what he saw that day. I was impressed by his honesty. He has been an outdoor type of person his whole life, and is sure that what he saw was not a bear, as it was walking on 2 legs the whole time. Asked if it could have been anything other than a Sasquatch, his simple answer was “no”.
About BFRO Investigator Don Adkins:
Don works in manufacturing for a major global consumer goods company. He attended North Carolina 2007 and Tennessee Expedition 2009. Also the 2010 Illinois and Tennessee Expeditions.