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 Post subject: (BFRO) Guadalupe County
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:40 am 
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Report # 1431 (Class B)
Submitted by witness on Wednesday, January 24, 2001. Campers hear foot steps in tree line while walking on road (Show Printer-friendly Version)

YEAR: 1993

SEASON: Summer


STATE: Texas

COUNTY: Guadalupe County

LOCATION DETAILS: The camping area was called the Lazy L&L and the name of the road is called River rd. The Guadalupe River area.

NEAREST TOWN: New Braunsfels Tx.


OBSERVED: While on a camping trip in a camping resort, my wife and I went for a walk in the woods. It got dark fast and all I had was a small flashlight. I don't know how but we ended up by the main road called River Rd, leading to the campsite. we could just make out the small light of the main office.
That road is dark and there were no cars that night for some reason. Well, we were walking along the side of the road where the tree line was by the Guadalupe River. When we started hearing footfalls behind us, very heavy footfalls. The only thing, they were coming from the other side of the road where the sheer rock cliff is, intermingled with a thin tree line.
They were not pranksters like someone already suggested to me. The air that night was weeping (meaning humid). Suddenly we stopped and what ever it was stopped too, but when it stopped it must have stepped on a branch because we heard the branch break.
Well needless to say we ran the hell out of there all the way back to the camp. My wife was so frightened we had to leave the secound it got light.

OTHER WITNESSES: Myself and my wife.

TIME AND CONDITIONS: Night time, humid weather.

ENVIRONMENT: Woods through out the area.

Follow-up investigation report:

I have talked with the witnesses and they said that they know what they had heard was no deer or bear. It was walking in the tree line close to the edge of a cliff close to the river. They were both scared and ran back to the camping area. They did not smell anything or see this creature. But they said it sounded like something heavy walking on two feet and following them as they walked down the road.

 Post subject: Re: (BFRO) Guadalupe County
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:41 am 
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Submitted by witness on Saturday, July 05, 2003. Unusual screams pierce evening at rural property near Seguin (Show Printer-friendly Version)

YEAR: 2002

SEASON: Summer


STATE: Texas

COUNTY: Guadalupe County

LOCATION DETAILS: Drive to exit 612 off of Interstate I 10 east about 7 miles from where the Seguin exit is at. After the ramp ends turn left. Turn right after the road dead ends. Go a couple of curves until you see a runway the Air Force uses for touch and go. This Highway is Alt 90. Turn left. Go to the 1st yellow blinking light and turn right. This road is 1123. Go 3 miles to a 4 way stop. This is 466.Turn left here. About 10 miles farther you will come to a sign that says . This is the Vivroux Ranch RD intersection where the noise came from.



I was talking to my wife, who lived in Mexico City at the time, by cell phone. This happened about a year and a half ago. I drove from my house about 2 miles up the road. I live on farm land so the neighbors are far away from each other. I got to a hill where the road goes left and right. I stopped the car and had the motor turned off. Right before I hung up I heard a yell coming from the woods that were to my right. I told my wife, who is a vetenarian what I heard. She laughed a little and we said good bye. Before I turned the key I heard it again but it was getting really close. Im talking about 200 feet.I did not want to find out what was there so I turned around and came home. I got on the internet that day and found a site that describes different animal sounds. A coyote, a donkey and a bear. The next sound was that of a bigfoot. It matched perfectly. I live about 20 miles south southeast of a town called Seguin. I went back listening the next day and several times after that. I have not heard it again and I really dont care to.




TIME AND CONDITIONS: About 2 hours away from being dark

ENVIRONMENT: Clear day. Warm. Almost sunset.

Follow-up investigation report:

I spoke with M.F. via telephone about his experience. While M.F. passionately and adamantly stated that he heard something unknown to him that evening, it remains unclear exactly what it was that he heard. M.F. stated that he was very quick to dismiss animals such as cows, coyotes, hogs, big cats, etc., having grown up hearing the sounds of such animals. M.F. thinks it was a sasquatch that made the sounds based on sasquatch vocalization recordings that he heard on the internet.

M.F. stated that whatever the origin of the sounds, he was overcome with a feeling of angst and fright. A veteran of the United States Navy, M.F. stated that he is not easily frightened, but this particular evening he knew fear. In attempting to replicate the sounds of his experience, M.F. stated that the sounds were beyond any that he had ever heard in a natural setting. The first experience was a series of three screams.

In talking to M.F., he stated that he again heard the same sounds in August 2003 while in bed in his home in the early morning hours. This time, his wife, who is a veterinarian, heard and was awakened by the sounds. M.F.'s wife was unable to identify the source of the sounds. This time there were two screams to be heard and the source of the screams seemed to be less than ½ mile away.

M.F. stated that no other unusual signs (unknown tracks, unknown scat, unknown hair samples, breaking of branches, animal carcasses, etc.) have been noted on his property of 10 acres. He also stated that he has two neighbors within a mile of his property but he has not spoken to them of the incidents to determine if they have experienced anything unusual. He now intends to discuss the matter with his neighbors and is not reticent in the least about so doing. M.F. stated that he would notify the BFRO immediately should he experience any other anomalous events.

It is my assessment that M.F. (and his wife) definitely heard something unusual more than once. However, there is no way to ascertain at this time what originated the sounds and therefore, whether or not a sasquatch is the source of the sounds is indeterminate.

 Post subject: Re: (BFRO) Guadalupe County
PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:38 pm 
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Report # 40420 (Class B)
Submitted by witness on Sunday, March 17, 2013.
Rural resident hears heavy bipedal footfalls and smells strong "skunk-like" odor near Seguin
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YEAR: 2010

SEASON: Spring


DATE: 15

STATE: Texas

COUNTY: Guadalupe County

LOCATION DETAILS: If needed you can call me.



OBSERVED: Ok, this happened about 2 years ago or maybe 2 1/2.
I live on 10 acres of woods. All around me is woods. I was just falling asleep during a cool summer night. The 3 dogs I have lived outside in their pen I built. The dogs bark now and then at night but usually quiet down, being that they are used to noises.
They started barking that night so I sat up in bed and yelled "no". They stopped but after a few seconds they were barking very loud and unusual. I thought that it may have been a wild hog that we see every so often.
I got up and heard some movement below my bedroom window, which is about 6 feet above the ground. I grabbed my 357 and stood up. I heard something like foot steps but they sounded like a very heavy person taking huge steps, but not running. I took off out the front door and turned the outside lights on with the dogs still barking wildly.
I had a flashlight, pointed it where the steps were at, only to see nothing. But, I did smell a strong odor of a skunk but not that harsh smell.
I laid back down a few minutes later and finally gathered my thoughts together and called 911. I was wondering how I was going to report this.
I talked with the 911 operator and was kind nervous when talking with her. She laughed and said something like its OK, an officer will be there. I didn't want the officer coming to the house unless they were able to find something.
No one came, so the next morning came I found myself looking for anything on the ground, no foot prints due to carpet grass that was pretty thick. No fur and no more smell.




TIME AND CONDITIONS: This may have started about 11:00 pm.

ENVIRONMENT: Dry creek bed. Water is located on 500 acres behind me.

Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator J D:

I communicated with the witness on several occasions and he shared a few more details. He stated the footfalls he heard were quite “heavy”, as if a large person was making long, semi-jumping steps, and were bi-pedal in nature. He emphasized the strong smell he experienced during the encounter was not a skunk, but similarly powerful. He also shared that he has extensive experience with animals, including primates, as a close relative had worked for a zoo for a number years and he assisted in taking care of many animals large and small. He added he has lived in the area for approximately fourteen years, and began spending time at the encounter location in 1978. The witness is very familiar with the local wildlife, how they move, sound, etc.

The witness is a former fire fighter and chemical warfare specialist with the United States Navy. He added that having seen many things during his life, he doesn't get shaken easily, but this encounter made him very nervous.

The location of this encounter is in Southeastern Guadalupe County, Texas. This area is dense with thick brush and trees, and has a heavy concentration of wildlife, including deer and hogs. The encounter location is also very close to the Guadalupe River. This river flows through Guadalupe County into Eastern Texas and terminates at the Gulf of Mexico. There are numerous small creeks and seasonal branches which crisscross the area as well.

About BFRO Investigator J D:

J D has over 20 years experience as a law enforcement officer and attended the 2014 Texas Expeditions.

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