Police rescue terrified teens from 'roaring Bigfoot with glowing eyes' in Louisiana woods




A group of terrified teenagers have been rescued after encountering a 'glowing-eyed and growling Bigfoot' in a Louisiana forest.

Natchitoches Parish sheriff's deputies said the recent high school graduates from Houma received a distress call while inside the Kisatchie National Forest last weekend.

According to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office (NPSO), teens ranging in age from 17 to 18 reported a frightening encounter in which they saw a creature that resembled 'Bigfoot' with glowing eyes.

The group reportedly traveled about 1.5 miles down the Back Bone Trail in southern Natchitoches Parish to set up camp after their graduation ceremony.

A teenager, who was terrified after seeing a mysterious man, about 5 feet tall, with a growling sound and glowing eyes, called emergency services for rescue.

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s deputies rushed to the aid of a group of recent high school graduates who reported being in distress inside the Kisatchie National Forest late last Friday night.
According to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office (NPSO), teens ranging in age from 17 to 18 reported a frightening encounter with what the group described as a 'Bigfoot'-like creature with glowing eyes.

According to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office, at approximately 9:20 p.m., deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Operations Bureau responded to a report from the Natcom 911 Center that a group in the Kisatchie National Forest needed assistance.

Deputy B. Raymo and Corporal D. Halliburton approached the campsite cautiously, alert for any signs of danger.

Hearing the group's whistles, police officers found them safe, but clearly nervous.

Upon reaching the campsite, police officials escorted the teenagers out of the forest safely.

Despite intensive investigation, authorities were unable to confirm reports of any creature matching the description provided by the group.

The NPSO concluded its remarks by congratulating the graduates, thanking them for visiting Natchitoches Parish and the Kisatchie National Forest, and wishing them success in their future endeavors.

The group reportedly traveled about 1.5 miles down the Back Bone Trail in southern Natchitoches Parish to set up camp after their graduation ceremony.
What's strange is that this encounter comes after previous reports of Bigfoot activity in the same woods. A Bigfoot researcher from Baton Rouge found these sticks placed on a branch in the shape of an “X,” which he said is typical of a marker used by Bigfoot in 2019.
An oddly oversized footprint carved into granite

Many social media users expressed skepticism about the encounter and doubted the details the teens shared in the comments.

According to some, these glowing eyes may be reflections of flashlight, possibly originating from local wildlife such as black bears or wild boars.

“If they had used a flashlight, the eyes might have glowed. Maybe a black bear or wild boar,” one wrote.

Others praised the teen for deciding to seek help immediately rather than getting distressed and trying to navigate the woods alone.

Another user commented, 'It seems they were too scared to go out on their own and had to call for help?'

Others joked that the group must have taken some substance or drug that caused them to see things that weren't there.

'When the effects of the mushrooms start showing…' another said.

However, this encounter comes after previous reports of Bigfoot activity in the same forest.

NOBRO Bigfoot expert Brian Terrell told Fox 25 that Oklahoma Sasquatch are typically 8 feet long. He said his expedition found huge footprints of the giant creatures (Image: 'Bigfoot' in Eureka, California)
A metal sculpture of Bigfoot greets visitors to the small community of Happy Camp in the Klamath Forest
NOBRO Bigfoot expert Brian Terrell said Oklahoma Sasquatch typically grows to be 8 feet long. He said his expedition has found huge footprints of the giant creatures

In 2019, deep in the Kisatchie National Forest, two researchers known as Tex-La and Claude conducted a night expedition where they sounded four times in the forest for 'Bigfoot' and got four sounds back.

Tex-La, an experienced Bigfoot researcher from Baton Rouge, explained that his methods included using audio devices and cameras hidden among trees to capture evidence of Bigfoot's presence, The TownTalk reports.

Cloud also stressed the importance of interpreting subtle signs, such as twisted tree branches and mysterious markings, which he believes may be indicators of the presence of Bigfoot.

“That's the way it is. It's a great thing if you choose to believe. It's also a great thing if you choose not to believe,” Tex-La told the outlet.

“A lot of people don't want to come forward because they don't want to be scared,” he said.

Cloud said he was successful in obtaining photographs of Bigfoot footprints in the area he researched.

“Nothing special, nothing exceptional. But I thought they were good tracks,” he said.

The incident comes amid reports of sightings of 'Bigfoot' in various states across the country.

In October 2023, a multi-state investigation was launched after a 'Bigfoot' sighting in Colorado prompted other US states to step up their search efforts.

Wildlife explorer C. Thomas Biscardi, 32, of San Jose, Calif., who has been searching for the legendary “Big Foot” for nearly a decade, said he encountered and photographed the elusive ape-like being May 10 during an expedition in Northern California.
Shannon Parker and her husband Stetson were traveling on a popular train through Colorado when they noticed a strange figure passing through the mountains.
The Indiana Bigfoot Research Organization launches its autumn camp on October 12, 2023, with about 40 'squatchers' camping out over the weekend to join other believers and try their luck at catching a glimpse of the creature.

Indiana and Oklahoma launched expeditions to find Bigfoot, as hopes of Sasquatch believers grew after viral video evidence of a Bigfoot 'sighting' in Colorado.

While traveling on the narrow gauge train from Durango to Silverton, a passenger looking for elk with her husband noticed a hairy creature.

Shannon Parker of Cheyenne, Wyoming, said: 'I think I saw Bigfoot.'

Another traveler named Brandon saw the couple's reaction and decided to take out his mobile phone to record a photo of the mythical animal.

The Native Oklahoma Bigfoot Research Organization began investigating in McAlester last September after several reports of 'Bigfoot sightings' surfaced.

Despite the recent event being far from over, the Indiana Bigfoot Research Organization kicked off its autumn camp over the weekend of October 12 with about 40 'squatchers' set to contact other believers and try their luck at catching a glimpse of the creature.

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