This is the second of three reports submitted by a witness from Northern Missouri who has had a series of sasquatch encounters on his property.
Date of Encounter
Time of Encounter
The following audio is a portion of the interview with the witness as he described his encounter:
I live on about ten acres of mostly hardwood forest that is teeming with game. We have deer turkeys bobcats and even mountain lions. Not to mention all the smaller things like raccoon opossum and skunks. This area also has many streams and more stock ponds than I have ever seen in any other part of the country.
On the north end of my property is a trash heap left by the former owners and it is a fire hazard. So I brought a burn barrel there so I could burn what burns and reduce the accumulation. I brought the trash from the house and started a fire and started clipping and getting rid of some briars and brush. Then from not too far away, I heard 6 wood knocks right in a row evenly spaced apart. This was to the west of my position and slightly uphill. Then I could hear something on the large side moving in my direction until it stopped maybe 75 feet away by a clump of oak trees but the forest was too heavy to see it. Soon after, something started throwing small rocks or maybe acorns about 20 feet away from me. One hit on a piece of tin and went clang. I laughed and said “you can come out I will not hurt you.”
Then I heard something from the northeast where the dry creek is. This was breaking branches like an elephant and moved near me very slowly breaking branches the whole time. Not twigs but branches like broom or shovel handle size. The thought that kept running in my head was how chimps act when they encounter another group and try to intimidate their rivals. This sounded like an elephant heading in my direction. When It got to what I guessed to be about 200 feet away, I figured it was time to come back to the house. It was not one of my braver moments.
(SRA-Andy) I spoke with this witness by phone for about two hours. It is my opinion that he is being honest about his encounters and has ongoing sasquatch activity on his property.
During the interview, we were interrupted several times as he heard knocks, breaks, and whoops in the woods to the east of his house. I could not hear these events over the phone, but could clearly hear the dogs reacting to them.