Bigfoot account (The Town Talk, 1995)
Found Bigfoot tracks Bryant has found his own Bigfoot tracks, hundreds of miles from the Rocky Mountains. "I found them in McComb, Miss.," he says. "I made some plaster footprints from them." Bryant also found hair samples he says belonged to a Sasquatch in McComb as well as near Bunkie. He had the samples analyzed by a laboratory and an expert in California, all determining that the hair does not belong to a human. "The hair samples I found near Bunkie matched those I found in McComb," Bryant says. "They have the same genetic make-up. make-up. make-up. It's not human hair because it doesn't absorb water like human hair. It's not round and straight like a human hair. It's bigger, and it curls into the body when it gets wet, protecting the body." Bryant's personal glimpse of Bigfoot also came in McComb. He was standing in a field with a friend when he saw three of the creatures staring back him. The creatures appeared to be large stumps, but Bryant could discern heads and shoulders. "I wasn't close enough to see their faces, and they didn't move," he says. "They're so elusive and enigmatic enigmatic that you have to be on your toes to understand what you're seeing. They come out just before dark, and if they see you, they won't move. Oh, they're smart they're very smart."