Mar 5

Two men witness bipedal subject carrying a carcass

Witness Observation

10845746_780581442022255_5611081620895834445_oA hairy bipedal creature carrying a calf or deer carcass over its left shoulder crossed the road from East to West, approximately 150 yards in front of my pick-up truck during a brief rain storm. A part-time rig hand with me in the truck also witnessed the creature. The following day we found several partial footprints along the creek bank on the West side of the road. We lost the tracks after 10-15 yards in the dense undergrowth.

About 7-8 feet tall, thin and lanky weighing approximately 400 pounds. It was covered in what appeared to be dark brown or black hair, it was carrying a deer or calf carcass over its left shoulder which obstructed a clear view of its face. I had a sighting about thirty years ago in Nebraska which is posted with the BFRO. This creature was much thinner and not as robust as the creature I encountered in Nebraska. The stride was distinctly non-human.


Additional Observations

We had been working on my oil well servicing unit pulling a well, I had a part-time rig hand with me and we were returning to Tulsa, we avoid working on the rig during storms and lightning.

The usual country “hocus pocus” and local boogieman folklore, although there is a posting on the BFRO website for Muskogee County, Oklahoma, that incident is within a few miles and on the same Cloud Creek drainage basin, in Western Muskogee County, Oklahoma.

A creek where the creature crossed the road and a Federal WPA water impoundment a 1/4 mile to the West.

This is a mature oil field in a sparsely settled agricultural and ranching environment, there are lots of coyotes, bobcats, badgers, owls, whippoorwills, snakes, and assorted country critters. The entire area is composed of small working cattle operations around a half section or so in size. The area is rolling hay meadows with section line roads every mile or so, with the occasional blind section. The area the creature came from is owned by one of the larger landowners (now deceased), and is less developed than the adjoining acreage. The area it crossed into is perhaps the most inaccessible acreage in the region.

Time and Conditions

4:00 pm. Gusty winds with a squall line of brief heavy rain.

3 Responses to “Two men witness bipedal subject carrying a carcass”

    • Teresa V

      Not many that I’ve heard of, but I do have a friend that has seen at least 3 around her place, one being a little bigger than a toddler. She said it was about the size of a 5 or 6 year old. She also found a track that was about 4 or 4.5 inches. She also has a bunch of stuff happening around her place, and the last time I was out there I heard two wood knocks right after I got out of my truck. She lives about 3 miles from me.

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