posted on Jan, 24 2017 @ 09:48 PM
Came across this interview recently. I thought it was so bizarre and fascinating that I felt it deserved its own thread on ATS. I wrote up a general
summary for those who don't have time to listen to the full interview:
A woman named Debbie was driving home to her ranch in rural Texas around 11pm one evening when she experienced a very mysterious event.
While driving down the dirt road towards her house she passed a water tower which delivers water to the ranch. On top of the tower she says she saw
12-15, 4-5 foot tall black birds dancing around in a circle and chanting something "evil". Suddenly, standing right in front of her car was a 6-7 foot
tall Bird man. She says it had huge wings which draped down past its feet. It had arms and legs like a human. It had soft pitch black feathers
covering its wings and body. It's face was very human like. It was pale white, like a clown. It's eyes were pitch black and its lips were bright ruby
red. Then, she says its mouth curled into a menacing smile and let out an evil cackling laugh. Next thing she knew it teleported back up to the water
tower with the smaller black birds (who had normal bird faces with beaks), and they continued their chanting. She raced home to tell her husband what
Though the whole event lasted no longer than about 10 minutes, when she arrived home it was now 12pm. She had experienced a significant loss of time.
They called the police to investigate but when they arrived they said they only saw a single small black bird on top of the water tower.
The next day another strange event occurred. Debbie and her husband were outside with their dogs talking about the events of the previous night when
they spotted a raven on a railing leading their house. It then flew to the gate at the entrance of their property. The couple followed after the raven
and Debbie started shooing it away as she was worried it might have rabies. Slowly the raven kept fluttering further into the woods and looked back at
them as if it wanted them to follow. All of a sudden it disappeared. Debbie had a bad feeling telling her to run back to their house. When her and her
husband returned they found the raven attacking their dogs! Debbie pulled off her shoe and threw it at the bird only for it to flutter off for a
moment then proceed to attack another dog. She threw sticks at it, she kicked at it and still it persisted to attack their dogs. For a moment the
raven retreated to a nearby post and Debbie told her husband to grab a gun and shoot it. Her husband brought out a 22. rifle and fired multiple shots
at the raven and it did absolutely nothing... Debbie grabbed her dogs and brought them in the house. When she went back outside the raven was still
there watching them. Finally, Debbie told her husband to "empty the gun on it". He fired over and over again at it until it flew over to a stump by
the nearby tree line. She says it then hopped off the stump and started walking into the woods when it fell to the ground. They thought it was dead
and argued for a few moments about who should go investigate. Upon inspection, the raven was nowhere to be seen... Even after having a full magazine
fired at it.
Later, Debbie spoke to a neighbour who lived near the water tower. She asked if he had seen any strange bird like creatures. He then told her an
eerily similar story to hers which involved his brother. Supposedly years ago there was a lot of black magic rituals taking place around the area
which she believes had something to do with the presence of the strange bird creatures.
The Full Interview
Yet another bird-man sighting for the books. I can't begin to count how many stories like this I've heard from all over the world. From encounters
with soldiers in Vietnam to Nasa workers at launchpads. The Birdman creature/demon is one of the most commonly sighted cryptids next to Bigfoot and
Dogmen. It's only a matter of time before someone finds concrete proof of their existence.
P.S. Don't mind the religious connotations near the end... I find mixing religion and cryptozoology delegitimizes the topic at hand. Though her story
is fascinating none the less.
edit on 24 1 2017 by Gh0stwalker because: (no reason given)