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Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site On: July 1, 2005
Paulding County, Georgia
Wooded + swampy with a small mountain
Several times a week during the months of January through March 2005, I
would hear strange noises in the middle of the night. It was obviously
something walking on two legs. What would get my attention was the
sudden silence. No crickets, no frogs croaking, no sound of the ducks...normal
early spring noises at night around here. Anyway, I live in a newly
developed part of Paulding County and the first thing I thought when I
heard these sounds is BIGFOOT. Of course, my husband thought I was
making it up, I have an imagination. But then he heard it too...the
footsteps, the sound of the night going silent and he even heard the sound
of one of the ducks being killed. He said he heard the duck quacking,
then a sudden movement of water and the duck went silent. Then he
heard the sound of the thing retreating out of the water. I heard
it too, after he explained to me what it was. He thought it was an
alligator. He said the sounds in the water made him think that.
Activities of Witness:
Description of Creature:
Always happened late night. First noticed in January 2005.
When I moved into this house (DEC 04) I worked the grave-yard shift.
It took me about three months to get adjusted to sleeping at night again.
I would first hear the footsteps when I went out back to smoke. I
noted that I usually heard them after midnight, but one night as early
as 11pm. I also heard the footsteps in the early morning (once I
became a day person again). I'd sit out there starting around 6am
and I never heard much past 9am. I guess once the neighborhood wakes
up it retreats back to more rural stomping grounds....not much of that
left up here.
Additional Notes and or Follow up Comments: Upon contact the witness had no additional information to add to this report.
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