Campers startled by raspy howls and falling rocks

Oregonbigfoot.com file# 04371

REPORT OVERVIEW

Date:August , 2006
Douglas county, OR
Nearest town:
Oakridge
Nearest road:
Timpanogis Storm Shelter
Conditions:
clear
Time:
dusk
Location:
Start at Timpanogis lake, take trail head to Indigo lake. Once you reach the lake, stay to the left. There is a small glacier fed creek to the southeast corner. Follow the creek up into the gully about 300 yds., and side hill to the north, where there is a small clear lake called Amos lake. This is where the rocks and howls came from. The howls sounded just like your recordings, spine shivering!

REPORT DETAIL

Description of event: Me and two friends were camping at Indigo Lake, off of the rock bluff, on the west side of the lake. It was late and we had glow sticks, swinging them around with camp sting, when we heard rocks rolling down the gully like something was moving across the shale.

We got quiet and listened. We heard raspy grunts; not elk, not bear, deer, or feral swine, it was completely different. It threw rocks down the hill for about 2 minutes and then let out two long howls and took off.

Source: oregonbigfoot.com
record updated:0000-00-00 00:00:00