Jun 29

Strange nighttime encounter with “something”

Spoke to a very nice lady who had a dogman encounter. At the time of her encounter she had never heard the term dogman and really knew very little about Sasquatch.

Late one night she heard an intruder walking outside and looked out the window to see what appeared to be a very large wolf walking on two legs. She said the creature never dropped to all fours. It walked up to her back porch, opened a pen where she kept her rabbit, the creature then took the rabbit, closed the rabbit pen and walked back into the treeline.

She said that after Sasquatch became more mainstream, she would listen to people describe what they ran into and it was nothing like what she saw that night. The witness stated “It was just odd, it had the body that was kind of like a man…..but more dog-like. The head was very much like a german sheppard. It had pointy ears on top of its head and the creature walked funny with its arms, kind of hunched forward….it had hands and claws if that makes since….”

The encounter happened on a farm in Ohio and the witness still struggles with what she saw that night. I am working on getting her to come on the show to tell her encounter.

28 Responses to “Strange nighttime encounter with “something””

  1. Steven W

    The thought of a close encounter with a 8-9 foot tall Sasquatch is terrifying enough! But to imagine the possibility of a creature like this is even more terrifying to me.

  2. mark s

    Wes, this sounds very interesting, that would be great if you could get her on the show, the open and close of the rabbit cage and she is watching all of this as it happens ! do your best to get her on SC thx Bro

  3. Steven D

    It’s wild enough thinking about bigfoot being real now there’s werewolves!!Whats next vampires and Frankenstein ? Truth is stranger than fiction.

  4. SantiamLady

    Wow!!! ???? I can’t wait to hear her story, Wes! Thanks so much! ???????? Be sure to let Vic on Dogman Encounters know about this witness too! Classic Dogman encounter!!! ???? Too bad about her bunny, tho. ????????

    • Steven B

      And I am still glad for you being able to tell your story and for the fact you survived the encounter in the first place. Nice to see your post and smiling face again Pam. 🙂 Tracy as well!

      Cheers
      Steve , RGV TX Samsquanch

  5. Debbie C

    Wes, I hope you can convince her to share her story.
    I cannot imagine how difficult it must be to open
    up to strangers let alone your own family about
    something that sounds like Little Red Riding Hood
    fairy tales.

  6. Janetta V

    Oh man this is crazy! It is able to open the gate and then close it. It’s definetly not thinking like an animal. It is thinking. I’ve heard of many dogman encounters through the show with Cundiff, but this really annoys me. I think it annoys me because it plugs up my mind. I hope she will come on the show. Good one Wes.

  7. Papa - Yeti

    If Rabbits could speak…

    -There is nothing like having a dear pet, especially your child’s pet caged out near the barn, screaming in terror and fearing for its life. And yes rabbits do scream… This is what happened to my Sister – in –law and her son, her son remained asleep, Sister – in – law awoke to the screams late on that fall night, she heard her son’s pet rabbit that was screaming out in terror, my Sister –in –law said it was absolutely horrifying to listen to that pour little rabbit. In the morning she walked down past the fruit trees and past the Well water pump house which was a tiny plywood structure, and back to her sheds, there under the tall galvanize steel topped and one sided structure where the lawn tractor, McKenzie river boat and tools sat, like a giant car port far in the back property.

    -There upon a crude wooden bench was her (the dear rabbit, her name was ‘Laura’ there sat her huge now empty wire cage, the wire lock still bolted closed, (A Raccoon, a mountain lion does not re -close and re-lock a cage, the water bottle that was wired to the cage side it now was torn away from the cage side, perhaps ran into by the scared bunny thrashing about, the huge cage was sat back down where it had been. Sister –in –law, she was quite perplexed, when she told my wife and I, I told her raccoons were capable of fingering the open locks with their talented little hands. I told her I had seen some huge corn raiding raccoons which we have ran up trees with Mike the old hound dog baying in chase, Sid used to mile (The Hound Dog )collar, to chain him down upon the wooden platform on the engine cowling of his Jeep, as we slowly cruised the back woodlands, sloughs and farm fields.

    -Whatever shook that bunny out of that huge wire cage didn’t just scare her, it terrorized her, as Sister – in –law, said it was quite sickening to hear her scrams late that night, the sounds were honorable and frightening. Sister –Law decided to wait until daylight to go walking back into that back dark and overgrown part of her property. She said that there were no mountain lion tracks, no raccoon tracks anywhere around the cage, but then I recall that ground to be very hard packed clay.

    -Sister – in – law was not a hunter and had no rifles in her home, she knew at best she could only arm herself with a butter knife, or gas powered turbo week whacker with a six inch many toothed saw blade, which she used to cut through the vast heaps of plaguing intrusive blackberry brambles, but that was down in the river boat, on the other side of the rabbit cage. And in that mountain of wild black berry brambles was an old long ago abandoned wooden structure, a Moss and mold covered decaying shack that was over taken by the black Berries, that she would not approach even in daylight hours.

    -The mystery was what entered the barn port that night. We were all level rationally thinking mountain lion at first, but if a mountain lion attacked that little rabbit, that cage would have been thrown, batted all around by the huge paws and bent up. I had thought of Sasquatch, but quickly dismissed that notion as foolish, it’s better to not know, that puts a man’s mind at better ease, that is unless you’re standing over the carcasses of your horses and scatter pieces of your loving dog. Thinking back now, what was so troubling was that the woman never locked her front door, ever, and she was living alone in the countryside.

    -Hay I would make a lot of noise if approached by a mountain lion late at night, but if I were face to face with a Bi –pedal wolf – creature or a huge Sasquatch! You can bet that you would hear my terrified blood curdling screams. I still hear my own panic crazed screams and remember how terrified I was as a small boy in our bedroom, during window encounter half a century ago. What people fail to realize is that you screams ramp, in volume and intensity when you know you’re dinner, But face to face with them. Has anyone here even considered this, those creature mimic human voices right? When maybe those Primal screams, may those are just what they sound like. Like a woman camping was about to be torn apart and eaten alive. Learned mimics from their successful hunting.

    -To this day half a century later, I am still hearing people say there are no such things as monsters and it just takes me right back to that night so long ago, the proof just feet away from my bed as it watch my little sister as she slept.

    And for the record- The PTSD never leaves you with a normal innocent life, I had my sanity, my peaceful life taken from me before I ever enter school, and thus we survivors can never be a doubting skeptics, because we have lived through the hell and terror of Monsters that have proven themselves.

    • Steven B

      Pap-Yeti – I had no idea that this has been your background. My heart goes out to you. May your sister-in-law stay safe. I wish she would learn how to use a gun – even if it just for lion protection…and I wish she would lock her dang doors! Do take care.

      Sincerely
      Steve

  8. Tyler D

    I GOT MY DOG WHISTLE ON ME AT ALL TIMES BECAUSE OF THESE BIPEDAL CUJO’S =)…. Haha I wonder if a dog whistle would piss em off. I’m willing to be these things have a very acute sense of hearing similar to a canine. I know it’s kind of childish to have a curiosity on whether or not a dog whistle would bother a dogman. It makes me curious regardless

  9. Tyler D

    SASQUATCH CHRONICLES IS A SAFE HAVEN OR A COMFORT ZONE FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T KNOW WHO TO CONVERSE WITH ABOUT THEIR ENCOUNTER OR TO HAVE A WEIGHT LIFTED OFF THEIR SHOULDERS. EXPRESSING YOUR STORY ON SC SEEMS TO BE VERY MUCH A SENSE OF RELIEF. SASQUATCH CHRONICLES IS LIKE AA FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE ANY TYPE OF AN ENCOUNTER AND DON’T HAVE ANYONE TO PROPERLY EXPRESS THEMSELVES TO WITHOUT FEAR OF RIDICULE. GETTING THESE KIND OF ENCOUNTERS, THAT SOMETIMES EAT AWAY AT YOU, OFF YOUR CHEST WILL ONLY HELP YOU MOVE AND PROGRESS FORWARD AND WILL MORE THAN LIKELY GIVE YOU ANSWERS FOR QUESTIONS THAT ARE CONSTANTLY ON YOUR MIND. NO JUDGEMENT HERE! THAT MUCH I CAN PROMISE YOU. IN A NUTSHELL, GETTING YOUR ENCOUNTER OUT THERE ON SC, FOR SOME IT WOULD BE THEIR FIRST TIME TELLING THEIR STORY, WILL ONLY HELP

    • Tracy G

      Tyler,my friend, I have discovered that there is judgement everywhere. Even here. Though I admit this place is very friendly,there are still some here who judge and ridicule those that tell of their encounter. It’s bound to be that way though. There are people everywhere that really get off on making light of others who have experienced something that their mind tells them cannot possibly be real.

      • Tyler D

        Tracy, you are 100% correct. There are people everywhere that for some reason need to point out the flaws in other people to make themselves feel better about their own personal issues and the flaws they see in themselves. And unfortunately there are some of those people on Sasquatch Chronicles as well. But I’d like to think that most of them have been phased out because the rest of us on SC joined because it’s supposed to be a place where people can come to share their stories free of judgment and many of us we’re tired of these people being so intolerant towards others on SC. So I truly believe the majority of us that are left on Sasquatch Chronicles won’t point the finger and pass judgment on anyone else here. And the people that felt the need to point the finger are more often than not, hypocrites. Because most of those kind of people just want others to believe that they truly did see what they said they saw but in the same breath pick apart small details in people’s stories and totally rip into them. And that is so wrong. Tracy, we can never let other people’s negativity affect our views and our morals. Because that’s what they want, they want us to get dragged in the dumps with them. The old saying “Misery loves company” couldn’t be more true in the case of these trolls. I’m here for you Tracy and I’m sure I’m not alone. There is definitely a unity and respect factor in Sasquatch Chronicles that I absolutely love

  10. Papa - Yeti

    “There in the seat laid a dead little kitten’ it’s body with its head torn off of it”,

    -They do love little kitten just we do, but they are still giant wild tyrants, tyrants that bore easy, tyrants that have quick snapping raging tempers, like when a human captive screams hysterically, tempers that snap! When a baby kitten wiggles and cries out trying to escape the clutches of a giant’s hand, when the kitten claws and they bite in! Those are the trigger points that get their head popped off. It’s what they are, it’s what they do, and I have read where they watch with great pleaser behind evil sinister eyes with evil grins and smirks, after just tearing apart pet dogs,

    It’s those human screams, they get off in watching the victims shear fright, victims faces wincing, teals flowing, bodies uncontrollably shaking with shock, the smell of fear’s urine and excrement released, that is what they enjoy, both Sasquatch and Bi –pedal dogman. Those screams that so resemble a woman primal screams, where do you think they heard that? They are mimicking creatures. I have not yet heard of a survior state that they love the case, and that’s perhaps because non servived to tell of it.

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