DATE: June 22, 2002
TIME: 3:00 A.M.
LOCATION: Alabama, Madison County
Field with nearby subdivisions and creek
OBSERVED: I woke up to dogs barking their heads off at something. I assumed that it was another dog making it's way through so stepped outside the front of the house to chase it away. No dog was sighted in front so I went to the back where my dogs were barking and I noticed they were barking at something off in a field. I shined the spotlight in the general direction but couldn't see anything. I noticed that the waist high wild grass was flattened as if someone or something had walked through it enough to make a trail of sorts.
I noticed that it was a little too quiet. Usually at that hour of morning birds would start to chirp and dogs off somewhere would bark but not this time. My dogs, both large, were a little nervous and stood by me and whimpered some. After a few minutes, I headed back into house and heard what I thought was a owl off in some nearby woods about a couple thousand yards away. I went in to get my hen caller (turkey) and came out to try and mimick the call to see if it was an owl and try to get it to fly over. An exchange of 2 or 3 calls went out then all was silent. After a bit, I scanned the spotlight out across the field again but saw nothing.
The next morning I went out to look around and didn't see anything other than a trail made that hadn't been there before.
ACTIVITIES OF WITNESSES: Sleeping
DESCRIPTION OF CREATURE: N/A
OTHER NOTES: The newly discovered trail I noticed was in front of out blackberry bushes that are planted on the backside of the yard.
SIGHTINGS IN THIS AREA: About
5 miles east is where a cousin reported seeing something in a cotton field
as he rode the school bus home one afternoon.
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