King County, Washington
January 24, 2002
It was about 6:05
AM. still dark outside when a young lady was driving to work not far
from Duvall, Washington on Cherry Valley Road. The weather was partly
cloudy. She was near game preserve bottom land near Cherry Creek that
goes into Snoqualmie River, just east of SR203
It is the only place
on the road out of sight of houses. There is an old shop type structure
there with a sodium vapor light that lit up the area a bit. As the lady
came to the structure a 4 foot tall 2 legged light tan creature was
crossing the road for timer area to the game preserve heading towards
river and creek. This lady stated the creature was covered in light
tan hair from head to foot, the creature did pick up pace little and
cross the road never look her direction she stated it would blend well
with the dry grass in the bottom.
The woman never
stopped just saw it cross and go out of sight. The creature was only
30 feet from the front of the car she was driving and did get a good
look at the creature but never saw the face just body and how it walked.
One of our field researchers did interview the lady and she took him
to the site. They check the area but didn't find any tracks or anything
else. The field researcher stated he believed her sighting by what she
described to him.
This was done on
February 11, 2002 Sunday after the report was turn in by the woman,
Paul stated he checked along the river and creek - no tracks of course
as it had rained since the sighting. No broken branches from trees and
no sight of and adult creature. The woman was able to give a very good
description of creature
Paul's e-mail address
if there are any questions on this sighting. There is ongoing research
in this area in hopes of seeing this little creature or an adult if
still in area
There have been many sightings near Duvall, Wa, - Duvall is located
on SR-203, approximately 25 miles northeast of Seattle, half way between
Monroe and Carnation, Wa.
The woman wishes
to remain unknown because of her work.
Signed, Fred Bradshaw
Posted February 2002 by Dennis Fenton