This Washington resident made the 911 call at night after his German Shepherd was hurled 35 feet over a fence. His Shepherd was old and settled in for the night, unlike his other two younger aggressive dogs. These two dogs would not leave his side that night but the Shepherd took off after sensing a presence. The man went outside to look around, heard his dog squeal, then a heavy thump and immediately saw his dog sailing over his fence landing about 35 feet from where he was tossed. He didnít know who or what could have done it.
Peter Byrne and Ron Morehead interviewed this man after he made his second 911 call three weeks later. This time, while he was working late in his garage, his sensor lights came on. His garage door was closed but it had eye-level windows and he saw this creature standing 10í away, looking at him. It ran out from his yard, onto a dirt road and in front of an oncoming car. The car had to swerve to miss the creature.
An advertisement was placed in the local paper seeking anyone that may have information leading to the driver of the car that night Ö no response.