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Geographical Index > United States > Washington > Clallam County > Report # 1723
 
Report # 1723  (Class A)
Submitted by witness Melrose Stevens on Saturday, February 10, 2001.
Mt. Olympus Incident
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YEAR: 1948

SEASON: Unknown

STATE: Washington

COUNTY: Clallam County

LOCATION DETAILS: Area of Elk and Deer Lake in Glacier Meadows.

NEAREST TOWN: Sol Duc Hot Springs

NEAREST ROAD: FR 2918

OBSERVED: Earl Willits (from the Seattle Athletic Club), ? Floyd (a ranger at the time), Bob Ferris (radio personality) and Melrose Stevens were walking their horses quitely along a trail. They were not talking, just taking in the scenery when a black, 8' tall creature got up from a stoop on the left side of the trail and ran away, leaving a foul odor. Never thought to look for footprints.

OTHER WITNESSES: Walking horses.

OTHER STORIES: In 1939, in the same general area, a Botonist disappeared with no trace.

TIME AND CONDITIONS: Rainy day

A & G References: Pg. 76, A2


Follow-up investigation report:

From the files of Richard Noll:

During a 1976 radio program I did, several witnesses came forward and told of encounters they had in the past. This was one of them.



 
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