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Beware, those who think night caching is a fun past time. Beware those who want foul water adventures, beware those who want to explore hidden areas of the world. Beware...of strange things lurching in the night.
It was a cold and soggy winter afternoon. We were driving around the back roads, looking for birds and adventure. When we drove back here to check out a spot to drop in the water someday, we met a man, a man who may or may not have been wearing a uniform, and may or may not know where the bodies are buried back here. He told us a story, a story of fright and mystery.
One night, this man was basking in the glow of an electronic campfire. He felt the call of nature, and as he rose to answer it, he began to hear a sound. At first, it sounded like a machine, but then he realized this was no simple four wheeler or tractor, but a growling staccato more animal in nature. As he turned around, something moved away, something big and dark. Then, it fled, crashing away in the woods, pulling down branches up to eight feet above, making noise only a large predator could.
At first he thought it a fluke incident, but then, two days later, unaware of his incident, another of his allies had a very similar spooky situation out here.
And that's when he discovered the Legend of the Texas BigFoot....
Is it real? You decide. Only, I wouldn't want to be caught out here at night. It was close to dusk when we placed it, and there was a very odd odor nearby, maybe an unusual sound or two in the wind.
And, those headstones nearby, maybe marking the spot where this same man indicated where two bodies were found out here somewhere in the past. You might be able to get out here after darkness comes...but would you want to?
(No hints available.)
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