"My Bitin' Dog Wouldn't Bite?!"
Witness: Wishes to remain anonymous
Time: 10:30 PM
City: Harrodsburg, KY
Road: Non-disclosed per witness
We received a phone call on July 24, 2020 from a very concerned elderly lady. On July 17th at approximately 10:30 PM, she took her little dog outside one last time for the evening. The witness was standing just outside her front door, with the dog on a short leash. It was a dark night, however her two porch lights were on, as well as her neighbor’s porch light. All of a sudden, directly in front of her about 70 feet away, a huge creature jumped up on the embankment next to the road. “It landed on all fours, and then it stood straight up,” she explained with excitement. They stared at each other for a few minutes. It was covered in long black hair, it had a flat, black face and broad shoulders. She said, “The strangest thing was, my little dog is a bitin’ dog and everybody knows it, but he didn’t make a sound!” The creature suddenly took off across the neighbor’s yard on all fours.
We met the witness at her house on 7-29-2020. She said when it ran away, “It didn’t look like it was using its front legs at all, because they were just flapping around. I could see the long black hair on its head and on its back blowing in the wind as it ran, and boy did he fly out of there! He was fast!”
Sketch by Terry Thomas
found the witness highly credible and believable. Her story never
wavered upon meeting her in person. When asked again if she was afraid,
she replied, “No not at the time, but now I am. I don’t
where that thing went! What if it tries to break into someone’s
house?!” She did call the Sheriff and report it. He said there
were no other reports in the area, but he would patrol the neighborhood
more frequently. She also mentioned hearing four loud firecrackers
go off immediately after she went inside then house. Were those in
fact firecrackers, or possibly tree knocks? Her neighbor told her
he saw “two teenagers” on his video surveillance system
in the large tree (next to the sighting location) a week prior, but
when he went to grab his camera to take a picture, they were gone.
Unfortunately the neighbor was not available for questioning. That
large tree would be impossible to climb for a human as there were
no low branches under ten feet. The large tree is just out of frame
to the left in the photo below.
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