North Carolina Family Documents Unnerving Forest Phenomena and Shadowy Figure in Snow

Posted Wednesday, April 03, 2024

By staff

A chilling account of potential cryptid activity has been reported in a YouTube video posted by Old Hillbilly Horror. The video, titled "12 TRUE Terrifying Cryptid Encounters Horror Stories (Dogman, Sasquatch, Wendigo, Deep Woods,Creepy)," features a firsthand account of a possible Sasquatch encounter in the North Carolina Mountains. The witness, who purchased their home in February, describes strange and unexplained occurrences on their 11-acre property, including eerie feelings, unexplained noises, and the presence of wild animals. However, it was the knocking sound coming from the wooded hill behind their house that really caught their attention. The witness describes the knocking as slow and deliberate, almost like a deep bass that rattles your insides. Despite their attempts to ignore it, the witness and their family couldn't shake the feeling that something was watching them. Things took a turn for the worse when the witness's dog and cats started acting strangely. The dog would stop and stare at the trees, while the cats became agitated and refused to go outside. The witness's wife even reported seeing a figure standing on the slope outside their dining room window, watching them. I find this account to be both fascinating and terrifying. The witness's detailed description of the events leading up to the potential Sasquatch encounter, as well as the eerie feeling of being watched, adds to the credibility of their story. While the video does not contain any footage of the Sasquatch, the witness's description of the creature and its behavior is consistent with other Sasquatch sightings. The witness's military background and attention to detail also lends credibility to their account. If you're a Bigfoot enthusiast or researcher, I highly recommend checking out this video. The witness's story is a chilling reminder that the world is full of mysteries and unexplained phenomena, and that sometimes, we're not alone in the woods.