Pennsylvania man says Bigfoot smashed RV lights
LYKENS, Pa. — A central Pennsylvania man is giving state police a lead as they look into who might have damaged his 1973 Winnebago: Bigfoot.
State police said Friday a trooper took a report in Lykens, 30 miles northeast of Harrisburg, for a report that taillights and windows on the RV had been smashed. Reed told the trooper that after he saw the Bigfoot, he turned on the RV’s outside lights and the creature began throwing rocks to prevent discovery.
John Reed tells police that a large, brown, hunched-over bigfoot has been seen nearby. Reed was unable to describe whether it was hairy.
The 39-year-old Reed is a veteran bigfoot hunter, and maintains the Lykens Valley Sasquatch Hunters page on Facebook.
Reed says he’s been seeing bigfoots in the area and studying them for about three decades, but he’s not sure if one of the furry menaces is responsible for damaging his vehicle.
Trooper Adam Reed said the incident is being taken seriously and will be investigated.
“We take every call seriously, whether it involves Bigfoot or nor, and the bottom line is there was some damage done, there was some vandalism done to his property,” he said.