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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:10 pm 
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IBS Report #: 388

Location: YUKON county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +064˚ 44' N
Longitude: 156˚ 55' W
Day:
Month:
Year: 1970
Time:
Elevation: 152

Data Source: “Bigfoot All Over The Country;” 1978; Marian T. Place,
Credibility: 2
Locality: Galena
Researcher: Place
Witness: UNKNOWN

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: BF raids smokehouses of dried salmon, called Nakentlia

Sighting Text:
BF raided smokehouses of dried salmon at village of Galena Alaska where it was called Nakentlia by local Indians. “Bigfoot All Over The Country;” 1978; Marian T. Place,
Climate / Ecology:

Precip: GALENA 0.7 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.3 1.9 2.5 1.6 1.1 0.8 0.9 13.3
Temp: GALENA -8.9 -5.9 5.0 21.9 43.7 56.7 59.9 55.0 43.7 23.2 3.4 -6.2 24.4
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Ecology: Missing


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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
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IBS Report #: 3996

Location: Yukon-Koyukuk county, AK. UNITED STATES

Sighting Type: 2

Latitude: +066˚ 35' N
Longitude: 151˚ 56' W
Day:
Month: SEPT
Year: 1999 ADN 2000
Time: 2AM
Elevation: 476

Data Source: TR 99 JULY 2000
Credibility: 3
Locality: South Fork of the Koyukuk River
Researcher: CRC
Witness: Steve Green

Sighting Type: 2
Summary: ROCKS THROWN AT CABIN, 18 IN TRACKS, CLAMS DUG, FIRE APPROACHED

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* Steve Green of Alaska reports that for the last two years in September, 2 AM-dawn, a creature threw rocks at his cabin on the South Fork of the Koyukuk River, 200 miles from Fairbanks. It growls and thumps with fist on the outhouse in the first week of September, 1999. Sons and a native fellow with them noted that it threw a rock and hit the roof, every 15 minutes, for five nights in a row-there were 50-60 of them. It is a 30 X 30 cabin, and the rock sounded like a shotgun shell. Called the “Bushman,” or Na-In, and Athabraskan name, it left 18 inch tracks with 6 foot strides. Steve says 40-50 other people have seen them, that they were common sights up there for them. Other things mentioned. When there is a full moon it will head to the coast to dig clams. One is said to be interested in fire, walking directly toward a campfire and staring. Another was said to have gone down to a river and splashed water on itself. Steve runs Alaskan Bush Country Adventures, steve@maxinfo.com At Kern River, CA, during the winter 15 years ago one came to a campground where Al Garcia was cooking fresh trout. It came out of nowhere and splashed water and threw ten pebble, one that hit Al in the forehead. Steve saw two creature going in different directions. Steve will be going back this fall, and I asked him to preserve some of the rocks if the incident re-occurred. He will pick the rocks up with an inverted baggie, and perhaps we can get some prints off them?
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 Post subject: Re: Alaska IBS Sighting Reports
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:11 pm 
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IBS Report #: 1216

Location: Yukon-Koyukuk county, AK. United States

Sighting Type: 3

Latitude: +064˚ 55' N
Longitude: 157˚ 33' W
Day:
Month: SEPT
Year: 1999-2000
Time: 2 AM TO DAWN
Elevation: 115

Data Source: TR99
Credibility: 5
Locality: South Fork of the Koyukuk River
Researcher: Steve Green
Witness: Steve Green

Sighting Type: 3
Summary: 50-60 ROCKS THROWN AT CABIN, GROWLS, THUMPS WITH FISTS ON OUTHOUSE, 18 IN TRACKS, 6 FT STRIDE, DIGS CLAMS, STARES AT CAMPFIRE, SPLASHES RIVER WATER ON SELF

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AK Yukon-Koyukuk 1999-2000 TR99 * Steve Green of Alaska reports that for the last two years in September, 2 AM-dawn, a creature threw rocks at his cabin on the South Fork of the Koyukuk River, 200 miles from Fairbanks. It growls and thumps with fist on the outhouse in the first week of September, 1999. Sons and a native fellow with them noted that it threw a rock and hit the roof, every 15 minutes, for five nights in a row-there were 50-60 of them. It is a 30 X 30 cabin, and the rock sounded like a shotgun shell. Called the “Bushman,” or Na-In, and Athabraskan name, it left 18 inch tracks with 6 foot strides. Steve says 40-50 other people have seen them, that they were common sights up there for them. Other things mentioned. When there is a full moon it will head to the coast to dig clams. One is said to be interested in fire, walking directly toward a campfire and staring. Another was said to have gone down to a river and splashed water on itself. Steve runs Alaskan Bush Country Adventures, steve@maxinfo.com
Climate / Ecology:

Precip: ALLAKAKET 0.89 0.58 0.44 0.33 0.51 1.29 1.82 2.14 1.36 1.20 1.09 0.75 12.41
Temp: ALLAKAKET -20.50 -15.34 -3.72 18.95 42.68 55.16 57.86 52.21 39.37 17.94 -6.26 -14.78 15.84
Sun: Precipitation (in.) 0.89 0.58 0.44 0.33 0.51 1.29 1.82 2.14 1.36 1.20 1.09 0.75 12.41 Average Total SnowFall (in.) 12.6 8.1 6.3 2.4 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.7 9.7 10.9 10.5 61.3
Snow: ALLAKAKET 12.6 8.1 6.3 2.4 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.7 9.7 10.9 10.5 61.3
Ecology: Missing


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