Kris Allen And BigfootNovember 24, 2009 - Author: newscoma
What is it with rock musicians and cryptozoology this week? Apparently, Bigfoot might be driving his Hummer around the hills of West Virginia.
But to rock musician Kris Allen, the idea of Bigfoot running around in West Virginia’s rugged terrain is no laughing matter. Rather, it is a serious issue that has thrust him into a major investigation that entails two films.
Once the lead singer for the Marshall Tucker Band, and now the head of his new group, Southern Thunder, the veteran musician says he has seen three of the creatures in the Monongahela National Forest alone.
Actually, his first sighting came at age 8 when Allen, his parents, a sister and some neighbors spotted the curious creature in a tree in Chelyan, not far from his Marmet home, and watched it until darkness set in.
Allen basically goes on to say he’s seen Bigfoot a ton of times.
Another tell-tale sign of Bigfoots are stacks of rocks in bizarre places inside a forest, he says, affording the creatures a good vantage point from which to stage an ambush.
Bigfoot is known to have attacked humans, Allen says.
“I’ve personally had rocks thrown at me. I’ve got a lot of witnesses on this. All of a sudden, a rock will be hurled at you. You’re out in the middle of nowhere in the dead of winter, and when they go by your head, it sounds almost like the same velocity as someone slinging a rock with a slingshot right past your head.”
First we had Sammy Hagar/alien abduction and now we have Kris Allen. I sort of think it’s fabulous.
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