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The Coshocton Tribune
Coshocton, Ohio, 43812, Friday Evening, July 28, 1972
Monster Creates Excitement
By Thomas Unlenbrock
Louisiana, Mo. (UPI) – At 3:30 p.m., on July 11, Terry Harrison 8, was playing in the backyard of his parents’ home when he saw “a big, hairy thing with a dog under its arm.” Terry ran to the house and hollered for his older sister, Doris, 15. Doris looked out the bathroom window and saw “a tall, black hairy thing standing in the ditch.” She locked the doors and called her mother. At 4 p.m., her father, Edgar Harrison, arrived home and found no trace of the monster. But he said the brush was beaten down where the creature supposedly had been and there were some faint footprints in the dust with black hairs around them. Since then, this quiet Mississippi River town of 4,600 has been alive with reports of the monster on Marzolf Hill.
Loud Growling Sound
Three days after Terry first said he saw the monster it was church night at the Harrison’s house. The family was showing more than 30 persons out at 9:45 p.m. About 12 of us were left when balls of light, moving east to west, fell over the trees in the next yard.” Harrison said. “Two more came over Lincoln School. One was white, the other green, both about a foot in diameter.” “then there was a loud growling sound, getting louder and louder, closer and closer. My family jumped into the car and began urging me to drive off,” he said. “Over 40 people were coming toward my house, some carrying guns. They had heard the same noise we did,” he continued. “I stopped the car and my wife told them; “Here it comes,” And those 40 people turned around and ran down the street.”
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Harrison, who has worked 21 years for the city’s Board of Public Works, said his wife and daughter have moved out of the house and not coming back. “I spend my noon hours with some of the fellas looking in the woods,” Harrison added. “I’ll look under every piece of brush, every piece of rock. I won’t stop until I find out what it is.”
Ellis Minor is a grizzled, toothless fisherman who spends summer trying to catch catfish near his cabin on the river. “I’m 63 and lived here since I was 6,” Minor said. He stopped cleaning fish long enough to describe in a slow drawl what he saw. “I was sitting right here in front of the house; the rest of the family were at a fair at Pleasant Hill,” he said. “My white bird dog started to growl – he’s usually quiet. And I shone a light, right there about 20 feet up the road. “It was standing there, hair black as coal. I couldn’t see its eyes or face – it had hair nearly down to its chest. As soon as I threw the light on it, it whirled and took off thataway. It’s the first time I ever seen an ugly-looking thing like that,” Minor said. “If that dog hadn’t growled, it might have walked right down into my yard. It was headed for the water. I don’t know which would’ve run faster – me or the dog.”
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Patrolman John Whitaker, an easygoing man who has been patient but amused at the flock of newsmen and sightseers, listened carefully to Minor’s account. I’ve known Ellis Minor all my life and I’ve never known him to make anything up,” Walker said later. “Something just might be up in these hills.” One man who thinks he might know what is haunting Marzolf Hill is Hayden C. Hews, founder of the International Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) bureau based in Oklahoma City, Okla. Hewes and an assistant camped out a night on the hill. However, the next morning he said, “We did not see or smell or hear anything. But from the several reports, it’s apparent that something been sighted.” Hews said the descriptions match those given in nearly 300 other sightings, including two last year in the Florida Everglades and Washington, of a “giant hairy biped.” The hairy biped is said to have a large pumpkin-shaped head, glowing orange eyes and an ape-like growth of hair. It walks upright has clawed hands and arms that reach to the knees and the intelligence of a chimpanzee. According to Hews, hairy bipeds emit an odor like Sulphur and react violently if disturbed by humans.


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