The Dulce Underground Base Conference on June 23-24 featured local and national researchers who examined the evidence for the mysterious and famed facility, as well as examining the impact of unexplained animal mutilations, which have been plaguing the area and the Jicarilla Apache tribe since the 1970s. The event also allowed local residents and others from the region to weigh in with their own experiences and in once case, an alleged photo of a Bigfoot.
A man from Pagosa Spings, Colorado (who has chosen to remain anonymous) shared an image he says he captured some thirteen years ago when he was on a pack horse camping trip near Square Top Mountain in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests west of Denver, Colorado.
The night before the photo was taken, the witness recalled hearing strange noises during a violent lighting storm, which he recalled sounding like “loud snoring,” which he believed was coming from the other person in his tent. He "sat up and realized it wasn't him" and that the sounds were coming from outside, where he could see a large shadow moving about whenever lightning lit up the area.
More on this intriguing story at the Coast to Coast AM website.