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COUNTY: Montgomery County
LOCATION DETAILS: Subdivision
NEAREST TOWN: Montgomery
OBSERVED: Multiple encounters driving into my subdivision around 1 - 3 AM
See deer dispersing and in my rear view mirror hairy large upright thing running at me. Scared.
OTHER STORIES: Screams
TIME AND CONDITIONS: 1-3 am dark
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Michael Janakes:
Was able to speak with the witness via phone. Witness travels and often comes home from airport late.
Twice in the last month, witness has come home between 2-3am, while entering from the "backside" of his subdivision. That area is bordered by thick forest that eventually leads to a large lake.
As witness entered the subdivision, on both occasions there were a large number of deer gathered beside the road. As witness passed the deer, he could see in his rearview mirror that the deer suddenly dispersed at high speed, moving away from the forest. Then he could see a large, brown biped emerge and run toward his car for a few steps before turning back and out of his view. Although he has frequently come home at this time of night and deer have been present, this same occurrence has happened twice now, and he says he was scared.
Witness could not give a detailed description of what he saw, other than it was huge and definitely running on two feet. He does not remember any particular odor or sounds.
He has, however, also heard howls from his home coming from the woods on several occasions. He described those as long and powerful.
The witness' subdivision is new construction, built 3-4 years ago. The land was previously forest.
About BFRO Investigator Michael Janakes:
Mike was born & raised in Northern California, but now resides in the Houston, Texas area. An avid outdoorsman, camper, boater & off-road Jeeper, he has had a life-long interest in Bigfoot. Educated at the University of Nevada (Political Science, with honors in English), he is the President of a large accounts receivables management company. Proud father of two, his hobbies include fishing, hiking, and cheering on his hometown San Francisco sports teams. He has participated in many private expeditions, the very active 2012 BFRO Eastern Texas Expedition, as well as the 2013 BFRO Kentucky Expedition, and has co-hosted the 2014 (2), 2015 (2) and 2016 BFRO East Texas Expeditions.