This is her report that she sent me.
Totally awesome Report!
I will try to keep this as short as possible, because when it comes to this situation, I tend to ramble on.
I guess the first thing I will tell you is the same as I tell anyone. I am willing to take a lie detector test and so is the other person (Chet) as to what happened to us.
It was early morning July 6th 2011. Approx 1:15 am. Weather was hot, dry. No wind, no rain.
This happened in Wheatland which is a town located in Knox County Indiana. Imagine the smallest country town you can think of in Kentucky. That's Wheatland. One convenient store, a church or two and a small mom and pop hotel that may or may not be in operation. The area is essentially farm land and woods.
The 'area' this happened at is an area infamously known as 'Lucky Point'. It is a little used country road. One side is fields/crops with further back woods. The other side of the road takes you straight up into woods. So fields on one side of the road and woods on the other. The side with the fields has woods as well, but they are further back. This is relevant.
I just wanna say I have always believed in Bigfoot. Never doubted it. But I never believed they were here in Indiana, so never bothered looking.
I am a paranormal investigator and a paranormal writer. Back in 2001 I found this area (Lucky Point) online. They talked of Lucky Point being haunted, Indian burial grounds, primarily UFO sightings and Bigfoot sightings. Well heck I had to check this out! So Chet and I drove to Knox County in April of 2001. I was hoping for some paranormal activity, *hauntings* and related. *I could have cared less about UFOs, not even sure if I believed in them* and I didn't believe the Bigfoot reports because I didn't there were any Bigfoots in Indiana! I was wrong.
So my point is, I went there back in 2001 as a ghost hunter. By the end of that night, I walked away a UFO buff.
We didn't see any ghosts lol, but as we were walking out of the woods back to our car, a UFO appeared. but Thomas, this UFO didn't just fly around in the sky. It flew down to where we stood and back up into the sky in *less* than a second! As if that weren't enough, it did it once or twice more! Flew down to us (it was small made no sound) then back up into the sky! All we could see was a ball of light. The closer it got, the brighter it got. All the nature sounds stopped when it came around. The frogs, the crickets all stopped. It left out of there so fast that I couldn't track it with my camera. Yes that's right. I taped it. Damn sure wouldn't be telling anyone if I didn't have proof. =) I think Jeff Rense has the account on his site somewhere.
We would also take a lie detector test for this or anything we have dealt with. I am a credible person and a trusted writer. Probably the most honest person you'll ever meet. The video is real.
I realize this isn't a UFO report, but the reason I'm telling you all this is because I need to explain why we kept going back every year. Unlike Morgan Monroe which is pretty close, Lucky Point is around 200 miles from us. That's a lot of gas and wear on an old worn car.
If we hadn't experienced activity of any kind on our first trip it was unlikely that we would have gone back.
But we did go back, year after year. Not once in all the times we went back and camped out there, did I bother to look for Bigfoot. Why look for something that isn't there?
I was now obsessed with UFOs. There have been a few other things that have happened out there over the years, but I didn't tape them.
There is a small, one lane country bridge on this road. We park our car next to it *every single time* we go. I have been on, slept by that bridge HUNDREDS of times. I know that bridge like the back of my hand.
The bridge has at least two different types of steel. The railing, is a different metal than the base of the bridge.
They have a different sound. My hearing has been tested to be extremely above average. I can *hear* the difference in those metals.
By now you are asking yourself if I'm crazy. lol no. >_> I just want you to keep the metals in mind when I tell you what happened.
In 2011 July, we went back. As is the case most of the time, there was no activity. Just a quiet, calm evening.
However we were standing on that bridge, I had my camera off because my battery was getting low. I was saving the battery life in case a UFO came along.
We were bored, and knew our time was running out to experience any activity. We knew within an hour or two we would be heading back to Indianapolis.
Out of complete boredom and desperation lol I suggested to Chet that we throw some rocks out in the pitch black field, just to see if we got a response.
You see I often research Bigfoot so I knew about throwing rocks at people to scare them away. My thinking was we would turn the tables and throw rocks at a Bigfoot instead. >_>
Thomas, it was so pitch black out there that we had *no way* of knowing where we were throwing these rocks/pebbles. We know the field well, but just couldn't see it in the middle of the night.
The rocks/pebbles we were throwing, were just small rocks from the dirt road around the bridge. No big rocks or anything like that, we didn't want to accidentally hurt an animal in the dark.
I was pretty much the one gathering the rocks off the road, go on the bridge hand them to Chet who would throw them. Chet has a heck of an arm, can throw quite a distance.
Not once did I ever think we would get a response. Ever. All that is out there as far as wildlife is deer, cows, coyotes and an occasional wild turkey.
I was wrong again. We got a response! As I was walking back off the bridge to get more rocks, something so BIG and so LOUD hit the bridge, that it vibrated under our feet! I was still on the bridge, near the end of it but not on dirt road yet.
The object that hit the bridge, hit exactly right next to where I was standing! You talk about instant goosebumps! I didn't know a person could get goosebumps in their scalp, but let me tell you, they can.
I am already afraid of bridges. This didn't help lol
Just like with the UFO, now, there is not a day-- not one day, that goes by, that I don't think about what happened. I have never wanted to leave an investigation, I was not scared when a UFO flew down, nor have I ever feared for my life on an investigation, until something hit right next to me on that bridge.
It shook the bridge. It hit right exactly inches from where I stood. I know it wasn't a deer or a cow that threw something. This place is so desolate (very few houses, sleepy, in bed by 8 pm town) so no it wasn't a person and I can explain why I think that as well in a second.
I mentioned the different metals. This thing hit the railing and not the base of the bridge. I tested the difference when I composed myself, (by listening to how the metal sounds when it's hit by a rock) and the object definitely hit the railing metal, fell into the water below. Imagine something so big come flying at you in the pitch black so you can't see it coming, then hits next to you so hard that it *shakes* a small bridge. We didn't even have flashlights on.
Now if you go down that field adjacent with the bridge/water stream, there is one of those drainage tunnels down the field a ways. around that drainage tunnel is the bigger rocks like you typically see surrounding a drainage tunnel you know?
I think *that* is the kind of rock it threw. Maybe it was getting some water. I just don't know.
I also have researched if bridges settle. I could find NOTHING on that and I don't think after 11 - 12 years going there several times a year and NEVER has that bridge made a peep, settled or anything else rather than just 'sit there', then all the sudden when we were, for the very first throwing throw rocks and soon after there was a loud and vibrating BANG on that bridge? That was no coincidence. Something threw something at me. It missed me on purpose, it was just a warning.
My best guess? All I can figure is that there might have been more than one Bigfoot. Perhaps Chet hit the female mate, it pissed the male off, so he decided to throw a rock at Chet's mate.
Last, maybe most important. The reasons I don't think this was a human:
* When I say this road is desolate I wasn't kidding. That day for example, we got there in the morning around 8 or 9 am. We had been there all day already parked right by the road and bridge and NOT ONE car had driven by. Finally a farmer with a small toddler son drove by in his pick up truck, then about five minutes later he drove by again and stopped. I talked to him he was wondering what we were doing lol
When I told him he understood and wished us well and headed on his way.
That was the only vehicle to go on that road the entire time we were there.
* Whatever threw the object/rock had to be *inhumanly* big. I can not relay the strength it had to have had in order big and heavy to hit the bridge so hard it shook and all from what had to be a long distance away!
* Night vision. It had to have had night vision. It knew *exactly* where it was throwing or I wouldn't be sitting here alive telling you about it. I would be dead or brain damage. That's how hard it hit the bridge.
* Precision. The throw was precise there is no doubt there. It meant to scare me, not hurt me. There is no human that would throw something that big at me and risk actually hitting me because doing so would have been attempted murder.
I truly do recommend research on the Knox County area. There are reports out of there. I can't find it now, but if I recall, one of the reports from Lucky Point years ago, was from a police officer. He had a Bigfoot sighting.
But above anything research Lucky Point. That place is crazy. Even Vincennes University professors take interest in that place. It's been on the local news as well.
I would use the search words ' Lucky Point Knox County Indiana' or specifically for Bigfoot I think you would get some hits for 'Knox County Indiana Bigfoot Sightings'
I can send you a bunch of pictures of Lucky Point if you like. =)
Sorry this was so long!