Jan 5

Upcoming Show: Mill Race Monster

A listener writes “I had an experience while canoeing. It happen from an area where an event happen 40 to 50 years earlier. You can google the Mill Race Monster in Columbus, Indiana. I knew nothing about big foot before my experience…..changed my life.”

Spoke to the witness and he was canoeing on the Flat Rock River when he got stuck in a wood jam in the river. He pulled the canoe out of the river. The witness said “I was dragging the canoe when I started smelling something terrible. It smelled like a dead animal and rotting garbage. It was so bad I almost started dry heaving. The forest erupted, it sounded like king kong was breaking trees and screaming at me. I had no clue what was going on. I grabbed the canoe and started dragging it back to the river. That is when all hell broke loose…..”

MILL RACE MONSTER:
On November 1, 1974, the Columbus Police Department received a series of panicked reports from no less than two sets of eyewitnesses, all of whom claimed to have seen (and even been attacked by) a huge, bipedal, green-skinned monstrosity that took to skulking near the waterways inside Indiana’s 83-acre Mill Race Park.

These encounters would alarm locals and lead to what some consider to be the biggest “monster hunt” in the history of the United States.

8 Responses to “Upcoming Show: Mill Race Monster”

  1. Denise F

    Looking forward to this.
    He mentions the smell, I believe this is something they ’cause or produce’ not just certain creature’s odor. I know that was random but had to share the thought.

    Sounds good Wes

  2. Asheim

    I was thinking of the creature from the Black Lagoon movie when I read this. That had to have been a sight!! Looking forward to it!

  3. Steve W

    Trent M. I’ve heard other accounts where witnesses said it was green. Yep. I think algae. Sounds like a great story. THANKS WES !!!

  4. Jason D

    Wes, I have to agree with Denise, the smell is produced.. though found in my teens that regular bathing and deodorant makes a big difference. Consider passing this on to “habituaters” that come on the show. Imagine a crypto world where millennials only knew the Skunk Ape as: The Ape. What a beautiful world it would be.

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