20, 2004 Ogletown:
While driving on a back country road, a man witnesses
creature cross in front of his car in three steps. The
creature disappeared into a thick wooded area.
February, 2004 Windber:
While driving on route 56, a woman claims she
struck a 2 ½ foot tall hair covered creature
with the body of a bear and face of a monkey. After
turning around to return to the area, upon arriving,
the creature was gone.
: Four individuals witness a brown colored
creature spying on them from behind a tree, while they
are walking through the woods. . It stares at the group
for a few seconds before running off at a high rate
1992 Between Altoona
and Galitzin: A woman driving on route 22 after
dark, witnesses a creature run across route 22 in front
of her car, jump a guardrail and drop down an embankment.
The creature was a smaller creature standing about 5
foot tall covered in dark colored hair.
1988 Elk State Forest, Sinnemahoning: Three
campers were trying to find the road were they parked
their vehicle. One of them found the road and was standing
on it, when he looked into the woods and saw a shadowy
creature following his two friends. He yelled to his
friends, the creature then stopped and turned to look
at the camper on the road. The camper on the road looked
at his friends to see how they were doing and when he
turned back to look at the creature it was gone. This
sighting occurred in the daytime. There was only one
creature, approximately 7 feet tall, and it was about
200 yards away from the camper on the road. The creature
was dark in color, had arms to its knee area, with a
round head. The camper couldn't make out any facial
details. It appeared to have no neck and was walking
with a loping manner, hunched over at the upper back.
Submitted by: Paul Johnson. Courtesy www.paresearchers.com
1976, Ebinsburg: Children
playing near Cambria County Fairgrounds witness a orange/brown
colored creature from about 100 yards away. Creature
was leaning against a tree. One boy shot at it with
a pellet gun and the children fled to the safety of
their grandmother’s home nearby.