A California man claims to have witnessed the latest sighting of the legendary Bigfoot.
The farmer, who was identified only as Keith, said he saw five or six of the elusive creatures near Avocado Lake in Fresno County, the Daily Mail reported. He recounted the details to Jeffrey Gonzalez, a paranormal expert who runs the talk show "Paranormal Central."
"I'm going up the road and all of a sudden these five bodies, whatever, run past the ... headlights on my truck," Keith told Gonzalez, adding that he believes the creatures were a family of legendary Bigfoot.
Gonzalez told KMPH that one of the Bigfoot spotted by Keith was carrying a pig.
"One of them, which was extremely tall, had a pig over its shoulder," Gonzalez told the news station. "The five scattered and the one with the pig was running so fast it didn't see an irrigation pipe and it tripped, with the pig flying over."
“I would have never guessed in a million years that you would have told me there were Bigfoot on Shields or Ashlan Avenue. Right?" Gonzalez continued. "So, I want to know what’s going on. Is this for real?” He also added that the claim didn't surprise him much.
Gonzalez said there have been two other Bigfoot sightings in the same area in the past five years. He said a woman told him that two of her sons saw a Bigfoot in their orchard. Gonzalez said another man called him a few years later and told him he saw five Bigfoot in the same orchard across from his home.
"What are the odds of three people, three different families, who don't know each other, within a radius of 2 to 3 miles, come and tell me what they witness, and it matches up," Gonzalez said.
Gonzalez shared a photo of one of the sightings, which shows a strange-looking creature running through an orchard. He also has what he claims is a footprint mold belonging to a Bigfoot from the orchard.
"I believe there are a lot more people out there who have seen things and are keeping it inside themselves," Gonzalez explained. "They don’t want to go out and tell people, they don’t want to be ridiculed. They don’t want to be made fun of."
During one Bigfoot expedition, Gonzalez said he found suspicious-looking prints on his car. Tests by local DNA experts concluded that the prints matched up with that of a gorilla.