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My family moved soon after and I haven't seen anything like that since.
Submitted by Anon
Categories: family, apartment, man
I was hiking in the Englewood Metro Parks one late summer evening in 2008. I was on the north side of the park by the patty's falls area. I was about a quarter mile into my hike at about 7:30 pm when something caught my eye at about fifty yards to my right. I am a former law enforcement officer and current military, so I pay close attention to detail and movement. I was hoping it was a deer or something that would make a nice photograph for my collection. I could not have been more wrong as I would later discover. About another hundred to a hundred-fifty yards into my hike I heard the sound of underbrush rustling again about thirty-five to forty yards to my right. I then put myself in a position behind a tree, so that I may be able to see what it was that I felt was either following me or just wanting me to notice it.
About ten minutes went by and nothing. This continued for about another two hundred yards or so. I would hear the noise but not see anything. I then headed downhill, so I could perhaps lure this noise into a more open and cleared section of the woods. The noise continued to follow me. At this time I was about to pull my handgun. I could see a hundred yards in every direction from my vantage point. All of sudden at the top of this hill that I just came down was a very large dog. It was all white, and it was running down the hill towards me.
I drew my handgun. This dog was not any domesticated dog, nor was it any species of wild dog such as a timber wolf. As it got closer I took aim. As I was focused on taking this dog out before it took me out, it just began to fade into the air the closer it got to me. If I were to guess this ghost dog was within twenty yards of me. There was no barking, no heavy breathing, or anything. It just faded away. I still hike these woods and have yet to hear or see anything like that again.
Submitted by anonymous |
Comment by Amy: Where the dam divides my family owns property on the side closer to Thunderbowl.. South I believe. I used to hike and fish all time back on that side; nearer toward the quarry. And as a child and as grown I saw many ''animals'' (usually dogs) and men who looked like they were walking home.
It is not uncommon. My aunt(who is now deceased) and uncle owns a home who was built by one of the workers from 1913 flood. They still live in my uncle's home. They built it and the dam. Just expect seeing or feeling the unknown at the dam.
Categories: wolf, hill, military, tree, park
Stay out of the woods on Martindale and River roads behind the front pond in Union. I went fishing there on several occasions and heard some of the most God awful screams I have ever heard. This was happening at night we would be catfishing. On July 26th, 2014 at 10:20 pm I was walking to the pond that was on the other side of the woods. Remember you have to walk through the woods to get to this pond. I was being stalked by something, and it was throwing objects in my direction nearly hitting me twice. I decided I would hide behind a large tree just off the trail and wait it out. What I saw that night had just made me rethink everything I thought I knew about the paranormal.
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