I will start off by saying I was 12 when this happened, and I was in the 5th grade. I lived in Central Texas, and was on a ”camping” trip with my school. I now live in Arkansas, but that isn’t important to this story. My school group was at the camp for 6 days, Monday through Saturday, the first encounter took place on Tuesday night, myself and 2 of my friends, for privacy reasons, we’ll call them Nick and Jack, were playing with a kickball.
I should mention that the cabins the boys stayed in were arranged in a semicircle around a large bluff that lead up to the border of the property. When we were playing, Jack kicked the ball up onto one of the lower ledges of the cliff, since I was closest to the bluff, I shouted “I’ll get it!” Climbing up the bluff, I had the strange feeling of dread creeping down my spine, My instincts told me to look up, that was possibly the worst mistake I’ve ever made. About 300 yards up the bluff… were…. were eyes, when most people report eyes, they tend to be red or gold… but… these eyes were a sickening orange-yellow color, I was practically frozen when Nick walked up to me.
“Hey Noah… are… are you ok?” he asked, I looked over at him, then pointed up at the eyes.
If you’ve ever watched the color drain from someone’s face, it’s quite… dreadful. Jack walked up on my right, but he never looked at Nick or I, his eyes were fixed on the monster. But that wasn’t the worst part, the creature began to move down the bluff, and… we saw it. The monster was walking quadrupedal and looked like a huge… dog. It’s head was huge, larger than any dog I had ever seen. It’s body was skinny, but not thin, more athletically built, but the worst part were it’s forearms, they… they had hands, at first It looked liked it walked somewhat ape-like, then the “paws” uncurled and 5 grotesque fingers tipped with nasty yellowish claws. The monster looked at us the entire time, not breaking eye contact, then…. it smiled at us, or at least the best a “wolf” could do. But as quickly as it appeared, it walked off and climbed up the bluff, but then it looked back, right at me.