posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 06:02 PM
This is a story I had read but then lost. I gave up trying to find it until this story was posted. Well I looked for it one more time and believe it
or not I found it. Here is the story with the link to the site. This guy send
so out an open invitation to anyone interested in searching the area with him. Including his contact information. I would go.
"Also about 15 years ago, just south of this area, I was in a canoe with my younger brother out for a sunset paddle when we both saw something
strange standing on the shore. We were at the base of Deer Leap Mountain, which has a large boulder field running down to the lake. We were about 200
feet out when we saw a thin, brown haired creature standing erect on the shore about the size of a small man. Its body was facing sideways from us but
its head was looking directly across its left shoulder at us.
We did not feel secure to move any closer than we were. It had a strange grin with piercing eyes, almost a maniacal look. It had long thin arms and
did not move as we slowly paddle by. It was not dark yet, the far shore was still lit by the sun but our shore was now in shadow. As we turned around
to go home we noticed it had climbed a dead pine tree near by, and moved out on to the crook of the branch. As it was griping onto the branch, it
cocked it's head towards us, starred at us, then turned it's head down between it's front arms and into it's chest. At this point it became
camouflaged with the tree. If you did not know it was there you would have thought it was a large lump of branch.
A foot note to this, is a story I read about a thing in New Hampshire called a Wood Devil, it was known to the old hunters to be found in the forest
and when ever a person came near it froze, blending in with the trees around it.
And add to this that last summer I had mentioned to a employee at a near by YMCA camp that I had heard Bigfoot when she interrupted me to tell me
about a thing she saw that she named "Monkeyboy". She said it was small, with brownish hair covering it's body. She and another friend saw it
hopping at a lakeside pavilion. It looked at them and hopped up onto the steps then off behind a small wall. And when it looked directly at them and
they screamed and ran away. It was the size of a small man. This spot is 2 miles north of where I heard the noises and about 3 miles from where I saw
the creature on the shore/ Another mile or so to Bucks Mountain."