Going down Chestnut Ridge road right before you get to Hinds creek road I saw what looked like a very large coyote with blood red eyes. It stood every bit of 4 or 5 foot high and had a large bushy tail.|
I thought I was just seeing things but my brother in law saw it too. If anyone knows what this could be or has seen it themselves please post your story.
Submitted by Brittany
Comment by Justin: It's been 15 years since I lived there, but I grew up on the other side of that ridge and saw something similar. I used to sit outside on the porch late at night and in the early morning, I had insomnia, so the first time or two I convinced myself that my eyes where playing tricks, or the lack of sleep was making my mind a little weird, but after a third and fourth and more sightings I know that what I saw was definitely there and definitely not a normal coyote.
I looked for anything that could explain the eyes, but if you have been there, you know there are little to no street lights and nothing to reflect. The closest traffic light is 8 or 9 miles away. .
Categories: road, creek, eyes
In 1968 two guys I knew were going down Dark Hollow Rd and a hospital bed crossed in front of their car from one side to the other???.
Submitted by Christina
Categories: cars, hospital
One day I was riding my bike and I looked up on a hill and there stood a black figure I rode as fast as I could I stopped and looked behind me and there it was ahh!!!!.
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