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Submitted by witness on Sunday, September 15, 2013.
Residents hear possible activity near Linden
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COUNTY: Warren County
NEAREST TOWN: Linden
NEAREST ROAD: Red Bud Lane
OBSERVED: Tonight, while on the porch, my better half and myself heard an odd vocal sound. Then there was a tree crash. I used a spotlight and checked out the surrounding area and found nothing. So, just figured a tree fell, no big deal. Approximately 10 minutes later a LARGE crash from, what I assume to be, a tree was heard further down the road. I again used my spotlight and saw nothing. We sat on the porch for a bit longer and heard rustling off in the woods. We decided to go inside.
ALSO NOTICED: No
OTHER WITNESSES: Yes, one other.
OTHER STORIES: No, this is the first incident.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: It was around 8:15pm
ENVIRONMENT: It was cool and a slight breeze. No real sounds other than insects.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator D.K.:
After communicating with the witness, the following details can be added to their report:
The vocal started out as a low rumble that morphed into a whoop. It wasn't overly loud, no louder than a typical conversational volume.
After the vocal, the first tree crash sounded like a smaller tree approximately 50 yards away. Examination of the area with a spotlight did not reveal anything notable.
About 10 minutes later, a second louder crash was heard, possibly a large tree, that sounded to be over 100 yards away.
This region of Virginia has produced an increasing number of reports recently. The witness' neighborhood is heavily forested and contains homes distributed across a wide area with plenty of cover in between the houses. It is plentiful in the resources a sasquatch could take advantage of while passing through, including a healthy deer population and garbage cans from which food scraps may be scavenged.
About BFRO Investigator D.K.:
D.K. is a business executive with an MS in Systems Engineering. Formerly a linguistic analyst, he applies his knowledge to the collection and study of sasquatch vocals and communication patterns. BFRO expeditions attended: Tennessee 2010, Pennsylvania 2011, Ohio 2012, West Virginia 2012 & West Virginia 2013