THE annette crews photograph

Bigfoot photo Morton, WA

This photograph was taken in 1992 or 1993, by Annette Crews, 10 miles NE of Morton, WA. She thought she was snapping a picture of a bear... until she realized it was walking downhill on two legs (see inset). This is NOT one of those photos where the photographer saw the object after the fact - she took the picture for the express purpose of capturing this moving object on film. Unfortunately, the camera had no zoom. I have seen two of the series and can personally verify that the subject's position on the hillside had changed from one picture to another.

Photograph © Annette Crews, used by permission and may not be reproduced in any form without express written consent.


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