Fake Bigfoot Killed By Cars

Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell, MT was attempting to create a Bigfoot sighting when he was struck and killed by two cars on a northwest Montana highway.

Tenley was wearing a military style “ghillie” suit (right) and was standing in the right lane of the highway when he was hit by one car, and then as he lay injured in the road, run over by a second.  Because the ghillie suit is designed to camouflage its easy to understand that the drivers of the two cars probably were unable to see him easily in the night.  The two cars were both driven by teen aged girls, one 15 and the other 17.

Friends are not sure what Tenley was attempting to do other than provoke sighting of “”sasquatch” or Bigfoot , but admit that alcohol may have been involved.  Tenley will probably be disappointed to find out that the only call police received that night was the one reporting he’d been hit by a car – no Bigfoot sightings.

(peet: and because this happened in nowhere USA, the TV report is handled by the newest of the new young girl from a small town TV station)

Man crushes 8 police cruisers with tractor

Roger Pion, 34, of Newport, Vermont, was angry over a recent arrest for resisting arrest and marijuana possession. So, he did the only logical thing a 34 year old in Newport, Vermont, would do and drove his tractor into the parking lot of the sheriff’s department and went all Bigfoot up on 5 cruisers, an unmarked car and a transport van parked in the lot then drove away.

Sheriffs said that after Pion left their lot, they were unable to pursue him because they had no intact vehicles (well, duh). When two Newport City officers chased him, he suddenly started backing the tractor toward them.

“I backed up in fear of our safety about ten to fifteen feet before bumping into another vehicle,” wrote Newport Officer Tanner Jacobs, adding that “at this point the tractor was still backing up.” He said he and his partner then left their vehicle to avoid getting run over.

Converging city and state police and county sheriffs then surrounded Pion and ordered him from the tractor at gunpoint. He was found to be carrying a loaded pistol, authorities said. Sheriff’s deputies got there in a borrowed civilian vehicle.

Thankfully, no one was injured in the incident. Pion is being held on $50,000 bond.

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