Geographical Index > United States > Kentucky > Lawrence County > Report # 61108|
Submitted by witness on Sunday, October 28, 2018.
Farmer family frightened by ongoing Class B activity around rural home in hollers 12.5 miles south of Grayson
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COUNTY: Lawrence County
LOCATION DETAILS: Bells Trace Road
NEAREST TOWN: Blane
NEAREST ROAD: [Nearest major road] Route 1
OBSERVED: We’ve had several noises occurring over the past month. Some loggers just started cutting on the property next to us. So I think has made them angry and it seems that they are mad at us. We didn’t own the property. We are not people who want the trees cut down. But here lately we’ve had knocking on trees, slapping the side of our house footsteps and growling right outside our house. When I walked down my driveway I heard what sounded like a stick being hit against a tree trunk. Heard running around my house late at night.
OTHER WITNESSES: 4 People
OTHER STORIES: No
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Dusk and night
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Jack Smarr:
I spoke with the witness by phone. More details:
The witness’ “outside” dog sleeps on the front porch and usually roams the property at all hours. The dog will no longer leave the front porch after dark.
The family has to park the car down the driveway and walk one hundred yards to the house due to the instability of the bridge that crosses the creek in front of the house. The family feels like they are being watched whenever they walk from the car to the house. Her kids are terrified. They heard three thuds against the house on the night prior to me calling.
One night after walking the dog and hearing the growl she heard a branch land on the back porch. She went inside to get her husband, who got out his shotgun and shot it into the air in an attempt to scare “whatever it was” away.
They do not leave dog food near the house. The outside dog is fed in the barn during the daylight hours. The barn is locked at night. They do have an outdoor light but are planning to add more lights to the area and install a security camera. These occurrences are ongoing.
[Matt Moneymaker Notes:
ATTN American scientists,
Let us know if you'd like to document this activity on site.
About BFRO Investigator Jack Smarr:
Jack Smarr is retired military and worked primarily in Field Artillery, Armored Cavalry and Armor units. He participated in TN 09,10,11,WV 2012 expeditions; and helped organize KY 2013 expedition. He organized the 2014 KY Daniel Boone Expedition, the 2015 Central Kentucky Expedition, the 2016 Carter Caves State Park Expedition, Northeastern Kentucky 2017, Kentucky 2018 and has conducted private expeditions in Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio.