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Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site On: April 1, 2006
Solano County, California
Cornstalks that ended at a creek and some wooded areas.
My friends and I were swimming and playing in the creek behind his house.
We had brought food such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and juices
that gave a sweet scent to the air. Other than us there was no one else
down at this creek at this time. While I was playing I thought I saw something
crouched in the bushes so I said, "let's go - I think that there is a loose
dog" to my friends because there was no fence between us. We turned our
backs, picked up our stuff and began to walk away. As we did, we heard
a little grunt. It did not sound like a dog, then I heard two heavy footsteps
hitting the ground that sounded like someone or something that was really
heavy. I yelled to my friends "run"!. I had had ankle surgery 1 year before
and was not fully healed but my friends were really fast. I took off my
sandals and bolted through the cornstalks and passed them up. We reached
his house and ran immediately to his balcony which overlooks the field
and creek. I pointed out that there was something large with dark hair
covering it and it moving quickly and heading back towards the creek. I
called my mom and she came and we all discussed what happened. To this
day, we have never been back to the creek but we still look out at it and
wonder what that was.
Activities of Witness:
Having a day of swimming and playing in the cool creek with friends.
Description of Creature:
Tall about 8 - 9 feet. Covered with dark hair. Heavy footsteps.
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Additional Notes and or Follow up Comments: N/A
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