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Report # 15119  (Class B)
Submitted by witness on Thursday, July 06, 2006.
Possible indicative sounds heard near Camp Atterbury Military Reservation
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YEAR: 2006

SEASON: Summer

MONTH: July

DATE: 07-06-06

STATE: Indiana

COUNTY: Bartholomew County

LOCATION DETAILS: I live out on 500W in a wooded forest area,and farm land. About 10 miles from Columbus.

NEAREST TOWN: Columbus

NEAREST ROAD: US31 or STR46

OBSERVED: I was walking our puppy at 2:30 Am, Puppy training! We live directly across from Camp Atterbury,which is heavily wooded on our side. We also share it with Brown County State park And Yellow wood. I was basically star gazing... I hear a loud howl type sound, that I have never heard before; I grew up here, so I know what coyotyes, wolves, foxes, owls, and even bobcats sound like...THIS WAS NOT ANY OF THOSE! I have never heard this sound from here???? There was one short howl... it sounded like it was right in front of me no more than 140 ft. I moved a few paces to my right and again I heard a howl in front of me, as if it moved to the right with me...this time after the second howl there was about four or five short hoops after it! By that time I was really freaked out and ran back to my house!

ALSO NOTICED: Very loud crashing of large trees.... no storms that night????

OTHER WITNESSES: 0

OTHER STORIES: Not that I am aware of?

TIME AND CONDITIONS: Approx. 2:30 AM moon was half full stars out and clear.

ENVIRONMENT: Wooded area, Camp Atterbury land across the road...farm area. Brown Co. St. Park and Yellow Wood Park..... Very hilly near Brown Co. SP and Bloomington.


Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Eric Lester:

I spoke to the witness over the phone about her incident. She is familiar with many different types of animal sounds, and the sounds she heard that night were unlike anything she heard before. The howls lasted about 3-4 seconds each, and were similar to the Ohio howl found on the website. After the howls occurred, she heard a series of high-pitched whoops come from the same area.

She stated that the day before she heard some very loud tree crashes during the day, but didn't think much of it until she heard the howls the following night.


About BFRO Investigator Eric Lester:

Eric Lester is a medical professional and has been investigating possible Sasquatch sightings since 2004.
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