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Canberra, Australia, no date
Hi there. I live in the capitol of Australia. Canberra. My friend
witnessed something pretty intense and I was on the phone whilst it
happened. So I heard it. And heard him. He is never prone to displays of
hysteria but was totally freaked out by his encounter. He was walking by
the storm water drains about 100 metres from his house when he caught
sight of a child sized, 3 foot tall or so, black scaled reptilian
humanoid creature. He described it as having long fingers and bright cat
eyes when they caught the light. It followed him home and climbed over
the fence after him. It was studying him and not behaving particularly
aggressive or hostile. It walked on 4 and 2 legs. He shooed it away with
an umbrella, very British of him I know, which is when I heard it make a
high pitched hiss growl and take off. We wish to make an expedition to
locate and take film of the adults. But we do need help. A bunch of ill
prepared retards we are not. But questions remain. Armed or not? Night
vision? Torches. EMF? Provisions. Maps of tunnels. Inform someone in
case of getting lost. fluorescent chalk markers for trail signs with
black lights for picking them up. But we need to know about THEM....
Details. Any one in Canberra who can add a professional touch to our
survival rate? Any advice on the subject would be very much appreciated.
And have we forgotten anything in our equipment? Thanks. Jack.
When I made an inquiry, I received the following:
It's in Gordon, a suburb of Canberra. About 100 metres away from the house is a storm water drain with underground access. Its on the same street as the local shops. The incident occurred at about midnight. My friend tried communicating with the creature at my behest. It stared at him while standing up right. Then when he stepped towards it ran. Over the 5 foot fence. It had reptilian and humanoid features. The tunnel system under Canberra is very extensive. Covers most of its underground. All leading to rivers or lakes. Don't know what else to tell you.