Granton Bigfoot

Location:   Granton, Clark County, Wisconsin

James Hughes on County Road H  where he saw the Bigfoot.
The Sighting:

On March 28, 2000 at approximately 5:15 a.m. Mr. James Hughes of Granton (DOB 06-21-1942) was on his newspaper delivery route on County Road H, approximately 7 miles west of County Road K, near Panther Creek bridge when he witnessed what he described to be an eight-foot-tall creature estimated to weigh more than 500 pounds.  It appeared to have grayish colored hair that covered its entire body, and it walked on two legs.  It stepped off the road and walked across a field carrying the carcass of some type of small animal such as a sheep, goat, or fawn.  It disappeared into the forest south of the road.

The following day Mr. Hughes reported the incident to the Clark County Sheriff's Department.  He brought a deputy to the site, but no physical evidence was found.

The Investigation

We interviewed Mr. Hughes, and he showed us the site where he witnessed the Bigfoot.  We spoke with some local farmers, but nobody reported any missing livestock.

One of the nearby sheep farms.


The woods that the Bigfoot disappeared into.

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Revised: September 28, 2004