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STATE: New Mexico
COUNTY: Rio Arriba County
LOCATION DETAILS: Around the navajo river.
NEAREST TOWN: Dulce.
NEAREST ROAD: North of Navajo Street.
OBSERVED: DULCE NEW MEXICO
Around 2:55 am on the morning of June 21st, I was going outside to check the trash cans to check if there was room for more trash bags. As I walked outside I heard what sounded like a scream coming from over by the Navajo River area. The scream lasted for about 15 seconds. During the time there was absolutely no sounds, ie dogs barking, crickets, etc. It was interesting, and kind of scary.
OTHER WITNESSES: I'm not sure because it seems like I was the only one outside at the time but there very well may have been other witnesses.
....[See the BFRO Expedition report for the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation (September 2004). Click here for that report.]
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Early morning, 255am to be exact. It was clear and cool outside, and eerily quiet.
ENVIRONMENT: River environment, rocky environment.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Eddie Flores:
The witness provided the following information when I spoke to him:
The witness heard three vocalizations in the span of a minute. He went inside to get his brother to see if he could hear it, but they heard nothing else. The Navajo river is about 3 miles away and the vocalizations came from that direction.
About BFRO Investigator Eddie Flores:
Eddie Flores is a state licensed Cosmetology Instructor in El Paso, Texas. He served as a BFRO guide/detective on the Mescalero Apache Expedition (January 2005). Click here for the expedition report.