Albert Ostman was a lumberjack who decided to get into the gold prospecting business. He went to British Columbia in 1924, where he set up camp at Toba Inlet. That was when he was kidnapped by a Bigfoot, but he didn't tell his story to the public until 1957. It started when he noticed that things in his camp were taken or moved around while he was gone prospecting. That discovery can make you lose sleep.
Albert Ostman decided he was going to find out the guilty party’s identity and, instead of going to sleep, he stayed wide awake in his sleeping bag, with his rifle right by his side. Unfortunately, a hard day toiling for gold took its toll and Ostman quickly fell asleep. But not for long: he was jolted from his sleep by a sensation of being scooped up and carried away while still in his sleeping bag. In fact, that’s exactly what happened. For roughly three hours or so, Ostman was unceremoniously carried through, up, and down, the dark woods by something large and powerful. According to Ostman, he had heard stories of “the mountain Sasquatch giants” from Native American sources. Finally, the terror-filled trek came to its end. That much was made clear when the mighty creature relaxed its grip on the sleeping bag and let it drop to the forest floor.
When daylight came the next morning, Ostman found himself surrounded by a family of Sasquatch, which he described in detail. He managed to escape after six days. Read the story of Ostman's adventure with Bigfoot at Mysterious Universe. You can read Albert Ostman's complete account here. -via Strange Company