Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2022
In the heart of Alberta's snowy wilderness, two hunters have a encounter they'll never forget. As they drive along a remote road, they spot a mysterious black creature standing atop a hill. As they watch in amazement, the creature moves with lightning speed from the hilltop to the tree line. But this is only the beginning of their encounter with the unknown.
The winter air was biting and unforgiving as John and his hunting partner made their way through the snowy wilderness of Alberta, Canada. They had tried their luck up a remote road called the Indian Graves, but had come up empty-handed. Disappointed but undeterred, they began the journey back to the main road.
As they rounded a bend, John's partner suddenly pointed to a hillside on the right. "What's that thing up there?" he asked, his voice tinged with fear.
John's heart skipped a beat as he caught a glimpse of a large, black figure standing between two pine trees at the top of the hill. He slowed the truck and pulled over, his eyes glued to the creature as it moved from the hilltop to the tree line in a matter of seconds. It was as if the creature was gliding over the snow, which was at least two feet deep.
The two men watched in stunned silence as the creature moved around in the thicket for a full minute. They could see that it was covered in black hair of varying lengths, and had a body that was muscular and well-proportioned, except for its arms, which seemed longer than normal.
John's pulse raced as he tried to make sense of what he was seeing. This couldn't be a bear, he thought. And it couldn't be a hunter, either – there was no sign of the required blaze orange or any weapons.
As the minutes ticked by, the creature remained hidden in the trees. John and his partner knew they had to leave -- the creature was probably still there, watching them.
Finally, they tore their eyes away and climbed back into the truck, their nerves frayed and their minds racing. They had no idea what they had just encountered, but they knew one thing for certain: they would never forget the creature they had seen in the snowy wilderness of Alberta.