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A Look Back: 3 Sasquatch in a Cave

Sometime in the distant past(and by distant past I mean four months ago) I wrote a post about old photographs rumored to show three Bigfoots in a cave.

Here's the post:

A man named Oren Jeffries, an amateur spelunker/photographer, was exploring an unmapped section of Grand Caverns in Virginia conducting photography experiments. He would lay down flat on the cave floor, turn off his lantern, and try to capture photos of things in "cave darkness", or absence of light. One time, he heard something start to approach him from deep in the cave. He became frightened and left. He said he had seen three humanoid creatures.

A few days later, Jeffries and a few friends to retrieve his camera he had left when he had fled before. This is the picture on the film inside.





Here is a brightened version.






For more see this post on Bigfoot Evidence



I thought the story and pictures were interesting so I decided to write another post about it, with a little more information.

The photo was taken in 1895 in an unmapped section of Grand Caverns in Southwest Virginia by a man named Oren Jeffries. He was exploring the cave when he saw three humanoid creatures; he then left. Jeffries returned a few days later with three friends and retrieved his camera. Some say you can see an arm of one of the "humanoids" in the brightened version of the pic.

To check out the original post click here.


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  1. This is a fake story posted to scare people, quite similarly to Creepypasta. Maybe it was based on a real encounter, but from what I can tell, it is just fiction.

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