Class 3a

Woman has sighting through dental office window.

Report#
02080012
Occurred November 21, 2002
(Submitted October 9, 2003)

Witness Observation

My sighting happened on November 21, 2002, on or about 7:30am in Catoosa, Rogers County, Oklahoma. I work in a dental office, and happened to look out of the window and saw what I automatically knew was a bigfoot/sasquatch, walking beside an abandoned house. It was very dark brown or nearly black, thick neck with broad shoulders,and had a wide skull, it was at least 7ft.tall. I only saw the backside of the animal. I can best describe it as primate looking animal that stood more upright than a gorilla but somewhat stooped, it slowly swung its arms, and had a slight knee bend.

Sounds

No.

Additional Observations

None, I had not seen anything about the bigfoot, or heard anything it just happened,and I knew instantly what it was. No other witnesses, but I immediately called for my coworkers, and told them to come quickly, that I had just seen a bigfoot!

Time and Conditions

8:00 am - Past sunrise, light enough for me to see.

Investigator's Comments

Daryl Colyer

This investigation was conducted as a result of a reported sasquatch sighting that allegedly occurred in Rogers County, Oklahoma on the outskirts of Catoosa, Oklahoma on 21 November 2002.

I talked to the observer about her report. She was adamant about what she saw and was able to provide me with the following additional details:

* The subject appeared to have a "swayed back;"

* It took long strides as it walked away;

* It swung its arms widely;

* The subject was at a distance of about 30 - 40 yards;

* It had a quick pace;

* It was extremely broad in width;

* From the vantage point of the witness, the subject's abdominal area seemed to slightly bulge;

* She did not see the face and could provide no details about the hands or feet. No one thought to look for tracks afterward.

The witness told me that until her sighting, she had never really thought much about the subject. However, she said the figure that she saw was instantly recognizable to her as a bigfoot. She said that she wasn't really afraid when she saw it, but she did get excited.

The witness told me that the animal was walking beside an old "dilapidated" house. The subject's head was just below the fascia, which would have indicated a height of seven to eight feet.

The witness's husband urged her to report her sighting. Her co-workers still make light of her sighting, but the witness emphatically told me that she is not prone to making up stories; she saw what she saw.

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Class 1a
A sasquatch/bigfoot specimen has been collected (alive or dead).
Class 1b
A report investigation results in a sasquatch observation or the documentation of clear tracks or other forms of physical evidence by an investigator.
Class 1c
An investigator determines that a visual encounter with a sasquatch/bigfoot by a very reliable observer is a distinct possibility, tangible corroborating evidence is documented, and all other sources can be reasonably ruled out.
Class 1d
A visual encounter with a sasquatch/bigfoot is a distinct possibility involving two or more reliable observers, and all other sources can be reasonably ruled out.
Class 2
Investigator determines that a visual encounter with a sasquatch/bigfoot is a distinct possibility, the observer is exceptionally trustworthy, professionally trained, and experienced in the outdoors and/or is accustomed to looking for and recording details (e.g., biologist, anthropologist/archaeologist, ranger, trapper/tracker/seasoned hunter, bird watcher, game warden, naturalist, law enforcement), and other explanations can be reasonably excluded.
Class 3a
Investigator determines that a visual encounter with a sasquatch/bigfoot is a distinct possibility, the observer is credible, and all other sources can be reasonably ruled out.
Class 3b
Unidentifiable vocalizations were reported and there is accompanying tangible evidence to possibly indicate the presence of a sasquatch/bigfoot, the observer is very reliable, and other sources can be reasonably ruled out.
Class 3c
No visual encounter occurred, but physical evidence was found to indicate the presence of a sasquatch/bigfoot (tracks, hair, scat, etc.), the observer is very reliable, and other sources can be reasonably ruled out.