I was 16 years of age. I lived in North Bend, Washington, which was for the most part canvassed in thick woodland. I was running outdoors with a companion, whose name was Leo. We drove around a hour prior to we got to the campground, at that point unloaded our things.
A consume boycott was going on, so we couldn’t begin a flame. We just sat outside our tents, appreciating the magnificence of the immense woods. We were the main ones at the camp, which made the experience significantly increasingly fun.
That night, I was awoken by the sound of snapping. At first I thought it was my creative energy, so I had a go at returning to rest. The following morning, I woke up to see that something was unique. An extensive tree, which had been standing tall and strong simply the day preceding had been snapped down the middle. What was more awful was the tremendous measures of dark ooze that dropped from the chipped closures of the tree.
Dumbfounded yet generally unconcerned, me and Leo went for a climb. We found that different trees had met indistinguishable vile destiny from the one by our tent. And afterward we saw paw marks.
Tremendous slices kept running along the tree trunks. They were somewhere around 30 feet up.
That night was the point at which we saw the animal that had done this. Me and Leo both woke up to a sound. It resembled a calm moaning. We moved out of the tent, and glanced around, just to see the he dark outlines of trees. Be that as it may, at that point I saw one of the outlines moving. It blundered ever closer. I could let it know was an animal, it was only 40 feet tall and slight, with long influencing arms and a slouched back. It had a long effortless walk.
As it drew nearer, I made out subtleties. It’s middle and legs were shrouded in thick long dark colored hair, it’s arms were long and hard, and made of skin. It had a round head and round eyes. From its mouth trickled a similar dark substance that we saw on the trees.
It would not appear to like to hurt us, it just strolled around the woods, snatching trees and breaking a couple. From time to time it would turn it’s head actually quick and make a whistling sound.
Inevitably it left.
Me and Leo just remained there stunned, yet in the end returned to our tent. The following morning, we pressed all our stuff and left. When we were driving, I looked at the rearview mirror, and saw a roundabout dark colored head standing out from the highest point of the trees. It watched us as we headed out.