February 1, 2015 -
Team received a call from a local woman that reported an unusual animal or
creature she saw December 6, 2014 in OKC.
Billy was going to
work at 5:15 AM on December 6, 2014 and saw an unexplainable animal or creature.
She was traveling
on south 29th st. heading east and about a tenth a mile west of
Council Rd she saw an animal come up the bank and start to walk onto the road.
She slowed so she would not hit it and it continued to cross. In her headlights
she saw the creature walk on two legs, the thighs and hips were very muscular,
it had a long tail with a large base that tapered like a whip. It swished it
like it was angry similar to how a cat will swish its tail when it does not like
something. It had a small head and ears, with very large eyes. Its skin was
light tan, could not see any hair it looked more lizard like but was shinny in
It seemed to be intelligent
as it stopped at the curb and then when I stopped it came across at a leisurely
pace, not really in any hurry.
had been warm for several days prior to the sighting and December 6th
was a full moon with no overcast.
Although the time
between the sighting and the report was 21 days, Marilyn and Dick investigated
the area where the sighting occurred. As the Google Earth photo shows there is
a settling pond on the south side and a small drainage ditch on the north side
of the road.
The concrete culvert
appears to be fairly new and had no water flowing, also the settling pond was
muddy but no standing water. The north side of the culvert was wet but no water
flow. The drainage ditch had water in it but not moving, it was also iced over
the temperature was about 40 but it had been cold for days before.
We did find a set
of tracks on the east side of the drainage ditch did a casting and now believe
the prints are of a Raccoon.
culvert for any animal sign, both inside and outside found no tracks or sign.
Location on South 29th. St. OKC
Drainage Ditch North Side Of The Road
Culvert South Side of Road
Foot Print in Mud
Pouring Casting Material
Foot Print Castings, Suspect Raccoon