|Illustration of Juvenille Bigfoot from Justin Smeja's|
Sierra Kills story
"It seems that Bigfoots start out looking like chimps when young and then grow into much more of a human like creature as they reach adulthood." --Robert Lindsay
As promised, Robert Lindsay produced two illustrations based on a hot topic that has been percolating among bigfooters lately. It is the story of the Sierra kills.
According to Justin Smeja the story goes:
"In October of 2010 I was bear hunting near Gold Lake CA. Me and my buddy drove into a clearing shielded by trees, so it was much like a blind corner for any game that would be feeding in the meadow, and we saw a strange looking creature. I shot it and 2 others juveniles came out of the thicket. They all ran off and we went after them on foot and eventually I shot another one. We hid the small one and i couldn't find the other."
Robert Lindsay indicated to us these illustrations are rough drafts for a book by Mike Greene and Justin Smeja that has yet to be published The illustrator is unknown at this time.
The other illustration (below) of the adult that was also shot at the location.
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At robertlindsay.wordpress.com You can read greater details of how the pictures came to him, including a photograph of the "steak", the piece of Bigfoot evidence that Smeja was able to retrieve from.