Squatchin' on Heaven's Door: Bigfoot Spotted in the Cloudy Harvest Moon

Squatchin’ on Heaven’s Door: Bigfoot Spotted in the Cloudy Harvest Moon


For a creature that no one can seem to nail down, Bigfoot sure gets around. From nudist camps in Oregon to luxury hotels in New Hampshire, the big hairy guy has been spotted in a lot of strange places, but the latest sighting might be the weirdest one yet.

On Friday night, Michigan residents with their eyes pointed toward the harvest moon might have noticed a familiar figure hovering in the clouds: Bigfoot. Fortunately, one skywatcher managed to snap a photo of the weird sight and send it over to Week in Weird on twitter.

Kyle Fisherman says that the image was snapped in Hamburg, Michigan, an area already known for its more, ahem, down-to-earth Bigfoot sightings. Somehow I don’t think that the BFRO will be investigating this one.



Maybe Bigfoot was simply lighting up the Squatch-Symbol, announcing to fellow wild men that Finding Bigfoot is finally on a break from shooting and that it’s safe to roam the woods of Michigan once more. Or perhaps the holographic projector used by flying saucer occupants has finally gone on the fritz, revealing that Sasquatch sightings are actually extraterrestrial pranks pulled on unwitting earthlings. Or maybe it’s just a weird cloud.

Who am I kidding? We all know that Bigfoot is actually the ghost of a creature that walked the planet a long time ago. This one just decided to go full-on Marshmallow Man.

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Writer, adventurer, and professional monster chaser, Greg Newkirk is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of Week In Weird, Director of The Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult and one-half of the prolific investigative duo Planet Weird. Learn more about Greg.
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Probable pareidolia ….but still a weird cloud, if that’s what it is. I’ve said it before; cameras can produce weird effects in low light conditions.
I’d be asking whether the “witness” saw this anomaly with his own eyes, or just discovered it in the image.
And if he did witness it, I’d have a lot more questions – movement, distance, sound, size, other witnesses, did it hold its shape, did it leave a trail of Slim Jim wrappers, etc., etc.
Not to mention whether he had any skill in photo-shop.