Friday, March 4, 2016

Woman Encounters Dogman Creature While Tending Horses In West Virginia


This encounter comes from a woman in Hancock County, West Virginia, who encountered what she described as a dogman type creature one night while tending her horses. The horses demonstrated behavior that makes you think they knew what was going on, and that these creatures aren't friendly.

I had almost gotten to the white barn, when I got this sudden urge, to stop and look at a very specific spot, in the pasture. I would like to say, it was instinct that told me to look, but usually, I’d scan the woods first, to see what was watching me. That’s usually where the watchers are. Instead, I just flicked on my flashlight, right on a certain spot. It was extremely close to where the mare was flipping out. I saw red eye shine. My first thought was, "Why in the world would a deer be there, with all that chaos?" I was feeling a sense of extreme dread and didn't know why. Besides, it being where my horse was going nuts, told me, something else just wasn't right..... I then realized, where the eyes were, relative to the walnut trees and my racing barrels. See; the road is above the pasture and the walnut trees were right at the same elevation, as the road. The pasture itself is sloped, to deal with the runoff, from the road. The barrel, it was next to, was on the low end of the incline. The barrels were white, so I could see a dim lighting (from my flashlight) on the one it was next to. This thing was too freaking big to be a deer. I was frozen, standing there, watching it. I just had this feeling, it was evil and that I had to keep track of those eyes. It was watching me. It slowly blinked a few times. it also looked over, into the woods, above the pasture. I know you ask your guests if they ever feel there are other ones out there. Well, let me tell you, it crossed my mind. With a sinking stomach, I flashed my flashlight over the woods, to see if I would catch eyeshine. I didn't see any though. So, I went right back to the eyes. They were still there. I flicked back and forth, making sure nothing was sneaking up on me.

I don't know how long I stood there, watching, frozen. Someone could have come around the bend and hit me, with their car, I was so focused. Finally, it started to move off. It glanced at me, sideways, a few times (only one eye). I think it went into the copse of trees, around the creek. I heard nothing. That wasn't surprising though. The horses were still restless and making noises. I stood there, a long time after, looking for eye shine. I was wondering if it could have been a bear. I didn’t think so though. The eyes were consistent, in height, until it disappeared. Bears are clumsy, on their back legs. On this uneven, inclined ground, I have no doubt a bear would have dropped to the ground, to go on all fours. Even the rear up and drop down behavior bears do, when they’re trying to see something, wouldn’t work. We had one cross our pasture before. He made a lot of noise, going through the woods. The horses settled down quicker with the bear.

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17 comments:

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    1. my grandfather did a lot of hunting back in the day - and he said there were some things out there that he couldn't explain , after his passing and sometime later we found a box and in it was 6 rifle rounds silver tipped, the box had a number 12 on it but there were only 6 rounds left - that happened to the other 6 rounds no one knows....

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    2. TRUMP ....
      what we know so far...
      TRUMP got BIG HANDS ...

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  2. When I was younger, I had three ballet leotards which lasted me two years of dancing 3-4 times a week. I had one light baby blue leotard and 2 black leotards. Many years ago, leotards used to cost much more than what they do now, well at least in my area.


    Les Stroud

    Survivorman

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    1. Thnx for the update Les !

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    2. Lucky boy . I make do with stockings as my men friends prefer it.

      Joe

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    3. Yea,
      Stockings..
      But only for those special nights..


      Les Stroud

      Survivorman.

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    4. I'm a typical commenter on this site. I'm 40, live in my parents basement, unemployed and jerk off to horse porn at least three times per day. I have no friends except people online whom I've never met in person. I rarely bathe and smell like sour milk and dried semen. I also love to hit "refresh" on these pages over and over so I can post inane comments like "FIRST!" I'll probably kill myself in the next few years because I'm such a pathetic waste of flesh.

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    5. ^ hey where did ya find the horse porn ?

      pw....smell my bell ?

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    6. Lycandroids...
      not DOGMAN

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  3. Dogmen are real...don`t invite them to dinner.

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  4. Great news for Joe ... the Welsh are funding new support for the autistic.

    Retired maths lecturer Ian Walker, from Newport, was diagnosed with autism at the age of 71 - so there`s hope for the JoeTomi boy yet.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-35725513

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    1. In fairness , it it as fact that ALL men are slightly autistic .Did you know that ? The part of the brain that relates to this ailment is shown to be unusually active in ALL men to a degree.

      It is theorised that this is the reason men become obsessed with various hobbies to an absurd degree and why they disappear to their sheds etc.

      What fun !

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    2. 7:19- I fear there is no hope for you and your hunchback situation. Maybe becoming a lab assistant to a mad doctor may better you future

      Joe

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    3. ^ this below will help your nearest and dearest to understand your breakdowns and weird but obsessive behaviour,

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-35725513

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    4. ps...the fellow at the web link looks like a "Joe silly cunt" ... is it a Welsh trait ?

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  5. But if you read Iktomi's regular posts, you will notice the obvious poor writing skills of someone with an abbreviated education, including frequent misuse of words and various malapropisms. It's the type of writing style that one regularly encounters from underachievers who try to communicate in an elevated style, but fail so miserably that it is comical.

    So you have an underachieving, insecure, and unsuccessful person who also has a large ego and who desperately desires recognition from others. Put that all together and you have your answer as to why Iktomi is here.

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