“I could see that it had no eyes, nose, or lips. It had smooth indentions where the eyes should have been, a smooth slight protrusion where the nose should have been and nothing where the mouth should have been.”
“Keep your eyes open at night when driving around Ocala National Forest that's all I can Tell anyone ..”
“Its face was round. Brown/beige fur. The fur formed a shaggy beard, almost mountain man-like.”
“pitch black and the head of a wolf and what looked like glowing eyes..it traveled the length of the fence turning its massive head at us...”
I notice something odd -- a vague and disturbing mass -- moving near the top of one of the trees.
"I sat there for a few minutes, singing quietly to myself to calm my nerves, when I looked over at the nearby brush and noticed a crouched black form with four yellow eyes staring back at me. I scrambled to my feet and called for my friend, who ran my way from her position in the clearing. She slipped on some mud and fell right in front of the creature, distracting it for only a second before its eyes returned to me."
A man leaves his house in the early morning and sees an unexplainable sight. A white stick figure runs in front of his vehicle leaving him bewildered. The figure is as thin as a stop sign post, pure white with no hands, feet or facial features. This faceless “Stickman” encounter is described by the witness in the podcast above.
In North central Texas, 20 miles south of the Red River border with Oklahoma sits the town of Honey Grove. Davey Crockett discovered the area of Honey Grove when he camped there on his way to join the Texas Army at San Antonio in 1836. Crockett sent many letters back to Tennessee, telling of an area with an abundance of honey-filled trees, hence the town’s name. Honey Grove bills itself as “The Sweetest Town in Texas,” and the population was just shy of 1700 people at the time of the 2010 census. Every year the small down celebrates “Davey Crockett Days,” a festive time where street vendors and small events dot the downtown area celebrating the historic adventurer who had a hand in naming the town. Honey grove is much like any other small town in rural America. It’s surrounded by rich agricultural land, creeks, and wooded areas nestled between the Sulphur and Red Rivers. It seems like the perfect little American town, but one night in 1984 something strange reared its head in Honey Grove Texas and only one person was witness to it. I was sent the following report through our website from Kelli, formerly of Honey Grove, Texas: “One night I was awakened by my dogs barking. I heard a twig snap beside my window. I got out of bed and went to the front door. I thought my daughter’s pony was loose. In the street walking on two legs was about a 7 ft lizard. Gray in color. Arms halfway to the concrete. Tail in the road. He walked right under a street light. There was no mistaking what he was.”
MAKE A REPORT OR CALL THE NCS Hotline (815) 408-0358 National Cryptid Society Case Files December 2020 episode includes: 1. The Thing in the Pond A report from 2016 where an Iowa City, Iowa witness comes across a large, gaunt humanoid in meandering in a pond behind their home. 2. A Dangerous Intruder Terror ensues as a Pinesville, Missouri man hunts and is hunted by a strange and aggressive humanoid crawler. 3. Black Panther of Colorado Bruce recalls a black panther sighting near Bailey, Colorado and opens a can of worms as we recount three additional reports of black panther-like big cat sightings in Colorado. 4. A Wisconsin Mothman An Anonymous caller and her friend reach out to our NCS Hotline (815) 408-0358 to report a large, winged Mothman-like flying humanoid in the wee morning hours the day after Thanksgiving 2020. The witness is currently cooperating with an investigation by the The Singular Fortean Society: http://www.singularfortean.com/ 5. Possible Wild Chimpanzee Encounter in Florida A 38 year old mechanical engineer and his fiancé were driving home through Ocala National Forest when an ape dashed out in front of their car travelling at a high rate of speed. Was it a chimpanzee or the legendary skunk ape? Please subscribe to our Youtube Channel. Also follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nationalcryptidsociety/ and Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nat_Cryptid_Soc
A driver and passenger cruising through Washington’s Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest on State Highway 2 witness a Sasquatch walking on the road in October of 2016. This may not be a hair-raising encounter, but what makes it special is that it was documented by an Endangered Species Biologist. In the below video I discuss the Freedom of Information Act process that led me to an honest to God Bigfoot report documented by an Endangered Species Biologist working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. I also discuss the red flags that popped up in this investigation, and the Department of Interior’s controversial move to limit the effectiveness of FOIA in that agency during the partial Government shutdown that lasted from Dec 22, 2018 to Jan 25, 2019.