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Geographical Index > United States > Oklahoma > Delaware County > Report # 48479
Report # 48479  (Class A)
Submitted by witness on Monday, April 20, 2015.
Native American elder observes a deer being chased
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YEAR: 2014

SEASON: Summer


DATE: 12

STATE: Oklahoma

COUNTY: Delaware County


OBSERVED: Video report filmed by Ron Boles and Larry Newman
This report was first made known to Larry Newman and I by this man's daughter. Larry and I went to the residence of the witness which is also the location of the sighting. The witness is a Cherokee Native American elder of this area. He witnessed on a clear summer's day from his front porch, in a field across an old dirt road, a deer running at a very fast pace, with a large grey seemingly bipedal creature in pursuit. The creature was chasing using both arm and legs in a loping movement. Both animals went out of sight but then the witness heard the deer bleating and then a "Thump". Then it was quiet.

OTHER STORIES: This area is known by the Native American residence (Cherokee) for the numerous sightings.


ENVIRONMENT: Heavily wooded with low level mountains.

Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Ron Boles:

About BFRO Investigator Ron Boles:

BFRO Investigator for the Ozarks
Attended and organized numerous BFRO Expeditions starting in 2007. In the states of Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. Ron is an avid student of the outdoors, ecology, folklore and regional history.

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