TEXAS — A woman states that a “family of Bigfoot” creatures she believes to be living around her property recently “had a baby”.
Brenda, who didn’t disclose her exact location, said that the group of bipeds have been living in the area since 1994.
“We didn’t know what was going on until just a few years ago. At first, we found the house that they were living in. My husband and I didn’t know what it was, and he kind of joked at me about it… at that time we didn’t realize it was a Bigfoot. Since then, our property had a fire, it burned down, so we moved a mile and a half from where we knew they were into another house. Little did we know that we were just coming into a family of them,” she told Coast to Coast guest host Dave Schrader late Friday in an open-line phone call made to the nightly radio show.
The woman and her husband, who claim not to be scared of the alleged creatures, said they put out a bucket of food regularly in order to feed them. Additionally, Brenda explained, the animals appear to be communicating with each other in a language she “doesn’t understand”.
“They throw rocks on the house, I hear them talking. People thought I was crazy, but I know what I heard. I’ve heard them yell, walking out close to the house, and my husband too. They are all around us and my son put cameras out below his house and he got some on camera, but they’ve never tried to hurt us,” she said. “I hear them talking, you can’t make out what they are saying, but know it’s their voices.”
Brenda and her husband believe that the “Bigfoot family” is composed by three individuals, one of which was a recent addition to the family.
“We know that last year they had a baby.”
“They beat on the house, last time it was last Christmas. My son found footprints the day before Christmas. When they banged on the door, it woke my husband up from a big sleep and it scared him so bad that he got the gun and checked the door,” she told Schrader, also a host at Darkness Radio.
The “creatures” reportedly have an “awful and horrible smell” and dogs appear to be afraid of them.
Some Bigfoot investigators believe that these cryptids are capable of emitting a foul odor, which would possibly indicate the use of a defense mechanism.
Brenda also says her neighbor had an encounter with the purported Bigfoot family, but that she is “so scared and she won’t talk about it”.
In May 2014, a Florida man made similar claims when he said that he personally knows a couple of Bigfoot beings and that he feeds them potatoes and plantains on a regular basis.
In December, Courts Griner told Cryptozoology News that a group of ape-like creatures had entered his property, climbing onto the roof of his northern Texas house. The purported creatures were reportedly communicating with each other.
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