Last Saturday, while driving home from a "Bigfoot Calling Contest" at the Kinzua Bridge Festival, a man and his girlfriend spotting two possible Bigfoots near the side of the road. The creatures approached the couple as they tried taking better photographs from the road. According to forum user "Stony", who shared the photographs on the website, BradfordToday, the creatures appeared to be bipedal or walking on two legs. His statement is below:
Somebody asked me for more detail, so here is as truthful and accurate a description of our "encounter" that I can come up with. I'll choose my words carefully.
As I stated, there was a "Bigfoot Calling Contest" at the Kinzua Bridge Festival on Saturday September 21st 2013 in the afternoon (3pm perhaps?).
On Sunday September 22nd, my girlfriend and I were leaving the Kinzua Bridge State Park at approximately 4:30 PM.
We were driving north (not sure of the road name) on the road that passes the park. About 4 or 5 miles north, I spotted out of the corner of my eye, something dark in the woods that looked like the shape of a "bigfoot or yeti".
Then I stopped the car in the road. I then determined there were two "creatures". One larger and one a bit smaller. I took photos out of the window, and slowly advanced the car forward for a better view through the trees and some brush along the road.
At first they seemed to be moving toward us, and then they appeared to turn and head away at a slow pace.
There were two distinct creatures and the space between them varied at times, but one appeared to follow the other.
We were on a narrow road and there was no shoulder or the shoulder was wet and soft, and we could not pull off. Soon there was too much brush and trees between us and the "creatures".
There were more cars trying to pass us, so we finally drove off and headed home.
I am not one who would believe in Bigfoot or Yeti's. I only believe what I see or can prove. I am not sure to this day what I saw there in the woods. They were very dark. I would say black. And it appeared it was long hair. I'm sure they were not black bears walking on their hind legs. They never seemed wobbly or unstable.
This is all the info I can offer.