Unsolved Mysteries of the World
Jerry Cline had parked his home made camper near a corn field in Knox County, Ohio and prepared a campfire to relax with his dog Bug, and have a few beers and enjoy the evening. He put out the fire, returned to his camper and crashed on the bed.
Suddenly, his trailer began rocking back and forth so much so that Jerry, alone and afraid in the dark called 9-11.
This is Unsolved Mysteries of the World Season 5 Episode 11 Bigfoot 911.
Before we get into Jerry's story, it is noted by skeptics that Jerry had about six beers that night and that he was drunk as noted in his slurred speech. But, according to his medical records, Jerry had suffered a stroke previously causing his slurred speech and together with a few beers, being awoke in the middle of the night, half asleep and scared, his speech is sometimes is hard to understand. We will play the entire 9-11, but please note, in some parts it is hard to understand.
Here is Jerry Cline to tell us his experience with what he believes was a Bigfoot creature:
Jerry Cline sold the trailer and has since been back to the location to see if he can find any more evidence. Before this encounter he was interested in Bigfoot and stories about crytids, but today he is almost devoting his life in finding evidence that Bigfoot is real and that his encounter was truthful.
Jerry Cline isn't the only person who has called 9-11 because they believed Bigfoot was near.
In 1990, a caller frantically tried to get assistance in the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State.
In September of 2015, a caller placed a 9-11 call to Bedford County Virginia dispatch claiming she just something out of the ordinary two days earlier and wanted to make a record of it.
"I know this is going to sound crazy," the woman started the conversation to the dispatcher.
The woman explained to the dispatcher she was driving up Route 43, toward the Peaks of Otter, around 11:40p.m. on September 9. She said her headlights hit something strange past Turkey Mountain Road, just before the first bridge.
"I know this is going to sound crazy,” she said again. “but I went back and checked and there were prints, a Bigfoot with a baby."
Astonished the dispatcher asked "There were what?"
"It was a Bigfoot with a baby." she said confidently.
After assuring the dispatcher she hadn't been drinking, the woman offered no explanation why she waited two days to call 9-11 but she says she went back in daylight to see if there was any evidence.
"I did see some footprints and the stride was longer than anything I could make." she told the dispatcher.
The woman said the creature's footprint was bigger than her two feet together, end to end. She wears a size 8 shoe. She said the creature was holding its baby the way a human would.
"The baby was looking right at me."
Deputies were called to the investigate the site but found no evidence of any animal tracks.
In 2009 a homeless couple called 9-11 to report a Bigfoot sighting in San Antonio Texas. Here is the recording:
So what are we to make of these 9-11 Calls? Dispatchers get all sorts of people calling 9-11 from McDonald's not serving Breakfast at the right time, or to call 911 because they believed the sunset was a forest fire. People are sometimes irrational, call for non-emergencies, or sometimes are just plain delusional. Bigfoot calls, however, surprisingly rare. Jerry Cline seems to have been geniounly scared by whatever was shaking his trailer, and the Washington bigfoot caller sounds rational and legit. Even the homeless couple seem rational and honest in reporting what they saw. It appears as if something did happen to all of them and they all witnessed something strange. For the most part no further evidence is presented and the callers wish to remain anonymous adding more mystery to the already cryptid subject of Bigfoot.