At approximatley 12:30 am on the morning of May 8, 2009 the property owner’s girlfriend (we’ll call her Madam X because it sounds mysterious, though that’s not her real name) was alone in the house, her boyfriend being out for the evening. She went outside on the upstairs balcony to smoke a cigarette. As she finished her smoke, she heard what she initially thought was the sound of children playing in the creekbed, which was about 50 yards away. When asked if she thought if there was more than one animal, her reply was “definitely”.
Looking towards the creek
She thought it was strange to have kids in the creekbed so late on a school night, and was wondering where they had come from when they stopped the chatter. A repeated screaming replaced the chatter, lasting almost two minutes, as estimated by the witness. Madam X said that it sounded kind of like a child screaming, but loud enough that she never even considered it to be from a human source.
Madam X had seen a possible bigfoot from this same balcony back in August of 2008. She is aware of the possibility that sasquatches might be visiting the property occasionally, and I am happy to say she tried very hard to record the screams. Unfortunately, her cell phone voice recorder did not pick up any noises, which would be expected considering the kinds of microphones on those devices. She even had the presence of mind to try recording it on the answering machine, but to no avail. Kudos to her! It is partly because of the attitudes of the people on the property that I believe we have a decent shot of getting some sort of visual evidence from this site.
The property owner recently invested in a third generation nightvision monocular (PVS-14), which Madam X ran to get. When she turned the unit on, the screaming stopped for the rest of the night.
Is this a coincedence? I don’t know. It makes me wonder if there is an infrared LED on the scope that turns on when the unit is powered up. I think sasquatches probably see well into the infrared, and I know I have shut down some activity with IR LED’s before. If you know something about the PVS-14 having this feature, feel free to post in the comments below, or email me. I will check the next time I’m around one of these units.
(Name changed to respect the anonymity of the dog)