Loren Coleman over at Cryptomundo.com posted some interesting breaking news from the Bigfoot community.
Apparently a few witnesses called 911 after they had witnessed a tall (over 6 feet) hairy creature chase down a deer and kill it.
More so, over the last few weeks, police departments in San Antonio (Texas) has been receiving numerous calls about strange ape-like creatures sightings. One of the reports talks about a “baboon-like” creature near a dumpster, and another says that this creature was bipedal and over 6 foot in height.
November 30th, police on the west side of San Antonio received a 911 call from multiple eyewitnesses who claimed that they saw a hairy, hominid standing over six feet tall, run out of the woods and kill a deer. The incident was reported to the local media and broadcast earlier today. The witnesses were apparently homeless and responding officers who interviewed them found them to be completely sober and rational, though understandably scared. The police chose not to search for the creature. I have just returned from a stake out of the area, which is located at the intersection of Loop 1604 and highway 151, about ten miles from where I live. The area is somewhat developed, although fairly wooded and located near several creeks. Most of the area is private property and is fenced with barbed wire. Obviously I was not about to trespass and I’m still not 100% sure of the exact location of the incident. Reporter Joe Conger from Eyewitness News did visit the exact spot earlier today and told me there were some animal bones present. I plan on returning there with him tomorrow to look for tracks and other evidence.
SAN ANTONIO — Police and News 4 WOAI have been getting calls about bizarre sightings.
The callers told News 4 WOAI they saw a large, hairy, Bigfoot-type creature at Highway 151 and Loop 1604 on the West Side Monday. Police got a similar call Monday night at the same location.
Two weeks ago, News 4 WOAI reported that a monkey or ape of some sort was spotted on Southwest Loop 410.
The technicians at J.D.’s Paint and Body Shop showed News 4 WOAI crews footprints on their dumpster, proof of what one described as a “baboon.”