Unknown Animal Source

Numerous people in the area have seen out-of-place animals, not native to the region, accompanied by mysterious Men in Beige.

I myself was one of these people. I was in a field, with my father, when we spotted an ostrich, moving at high speed.

As we wondered what to do, and planned to take plaster casts of the three-toed footprints, a good deal of time passed.

Then, we witnessed a man in a beige “Safari-Style” outfit passing by, in an unmarked jeep with a cage on the back. He wore large aviator sunglasses and a pith helmet….

Forest Figure

This was when we all heard a loud SNAP from in front of us in the woods, and turned to see an equally shadowy figure in the shape of a large dog. The figures were both too close for it have to been distance making them blurry and the time of day was wrong for them to have been silhouetted. My friends and I all ran as fast as we could out of there, and heard a dog barking after us.This was when we all heard a loud SNAP from in front of us in the woods, and turned to see an equally shadowy figure in the shape of a large dog. The figures were both too close for it have to been distance making them blurry and the time of day was wrong for them to have been silhouetted. My friends and I all ran as fast as we could out of there, and heard a dog barking after us.,,,

A Thin, Long, Grey Arm

“…At night we can hear heavy noises inside the woods (we are thinking of being a person, but the thing moves very fast where there are no trails, sometimes climbing trees and etc). After leaving one day with me and other friends at 2 am, we were followed from inside and the thing ended up stopping right in front of my house, and since then the noises get closer….”

Undiscoverable Animals

There’s a curious sentence painted into the brick of a Grand Forks alleyway, which has been slowly fading for at least twelve years as of the time of writing this. It reads as follows: “Animals who have escaped man’s sensory organs through means of camouflage are here.” Most of the remainder is illegible, but there’s a bit more at the bottom of the wall: “will return.” One can’t help but feel watched while thinking about those words. They are beyond falsifiability, and remind us that the most well-camouflaged organisms on Earth will never be discovered.

Dark Lobo Canyon

We hiked a few short trails, but our older big dog was NOT having it. He was usually quite curious, and loved hiking in the desert. He stayed up that night as well. Sleepless and annoyed that my dog was being soo wigged out, I awoke in the early morning hours to watch the sun rise. As I opened the door to the camper, I opened it to the expansive view of the El Malpais, and saw large grey/black canine type figures rushing across the main road. They were running away from me, and I was less scared and more curious. They looked like REALLY BIG coyotes. Thinking nothing of it, I started to cook breakfast and set down to share my eggs and steak with the dogs. Suddenly, we heard a group of coyotes howling at the edge of the canyon. It sounded like 30 of them. With that, again, my big dog dropped his piece of bacon, crawled into the camper, brining his leash and all the desert dust in with him. But then we heard something else. We heard the same thing we heard in Lobo Canyon, the loud, long, deep howl that didn’t sound like it belonged to any known creature. Now both my dogs were trembling, our older dog actually peed on the camper, and my husband was DONE. He decided we were going to try to find a “less weird” place to camp out.

Enormous Deer and More

Wife and I was finishing our routine walk in the park and along edge of the trail approximately 25ft away from where we stood was a deer that was larger than any deer I have ever seen. I thought it was unusual because it was a white tail deer whose head was about 7 ft tail. Taller than any horse I have seen. It was very calm and did not seem to mind our presence but I felt fearful and clapped my hands to shoo it away. I researched out of curiosity and found out white tail deer are a lot shorter than 7 ft. ….