Randy Lee Tenley, 44, was dressed in a "ghillie" -- an outfit favored by military snipers and game hunters -- and standing in the middle of southbound lanes on U.S. Highway 93 near Kalispell on Sunday when he was struck twice in quick succession, Montana Highway Patrol spokesman Sergeant Steve Lavin said.
"From what I understand, at least one of his friends said that he was trying to induce a sasquatch sighting by using the suit along the highway," Lavin said. "This is a first for me after 20 years on the highway patrol. It's strange."
Tenley was first hit by a car driven by a 15-year-old girl (15-year-olds are allowed to drive in Montana with a learner's permit). A second car driven by a 17-year-old girl struck him moments later when he was already down on the roadway, Lavin said. Police said they do not know which impact killed him."
Speaking as someone who's been to Montana, the most shocking part of this story was: there were two cars on the freeway on the same day?! (Seriously, there's a reason why there's no daytime speed limit. Ain't nobody IN Montana.)