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Geographical Index > United States > New Mexico > Otero County > Report # 9228
Report # 9228  (Class A)
Submitted by witness R.B. on Thursday, August 26, 2004.
Nighttime sighting by residents on Mescalero IR
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YEAR: 2004

SEASON: Summer

MONTH: August

DATE: 25,26

STATE: New Mexico

COUNTY: Otero County


OBSERVED: Yesterday morning out I went outside to feed my dogs around 5:00 AM. I was wondering where my dogs were. I found them under my house. They started to bark toward the back so I went inside and looked out the back window. I seen something looking right at me. It was big, tall and hairy, with eyes red. I stared at it a long time, my wife came and seen it too. She got so scared she told me to not take my son to school yet.

Next night we heard the dog howling, my son was not back from his friend's house and he had the truck. My son ran to the door hitting the door hard. He was yelling, Dad let me in, hurry! Dad! Hurry! I opened the door, my son fell down. He was scared. He said he seen something walking on the dirt road and when he got out of the truck that thing started to run after him. My son said he will not walk around at night after what he saw.

ALSO NOTICED: There were a lot of tracks

OTHER WITNESSES: I was the witness with my son and my wife

OTHER STORIES: Down the rode about 3 miles there was an incident. My wife and my friend's wife were home while me and my friend went to work. They said a tall hairy bigfoot was looking at them thru the window. The dogs were scared and my wife was scared. She called my cell and told me she was in a closet with her neighbor and a baby. She said they could hear it growling and stomping.

TIME AND CONDITIONS: Around 5:00 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. Cold and we just had a cooked.

ENVIRONMENT: Forest and mountains

Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Dr. Steven Coy:

This is another of several witnesses I have talked to and/or personally interviewed during the past three years in Otero County regarding encounters and sightings.

About BFRO Investigator Dr. Steven Coy:

Former wildlife biologist - US Department of Interior

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