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Monday, October 5, 2015

From Archives

Number 48 From Our Archive Section
1919 Sighting Near Gold Beach, Oregon

(Dan Pedros)
(April 01, 20110
I remember reading an article in Outdoor Life or Field and Stream many years ago about a man named Leslie Owen. The story told of this man Owen’s one time sighting of a giant ape creature in the remote back country of what is now Gold Beach and Agness.
The man was delivering mail by mule and horse to the small Indian villages of Meral and Agness long before the mail boats were used in later years.
It seems this man had a nasty run in with an apelike creature in 1919 somewhere near nowadays Agness. The story told of the mail hauler being approached one evening while he was making camp near Wild Horse Camp.
A giant ape creature covered in light silver and brown hair appeared from the deep woods and quickly grabbed the man’s goods from a large bag in which contained smoked fish and beef jerky.
The mail hauler said in a later interview with authorities that the monster had flaming red eyes and was very tall and heavy. Though they never called it a bigfoot they called it a mountain devil. The mailman said he didn’t fire his rifle at it because he was sure he couldn’t kill it with his 30 cal Winchester rifle. The creature returned several times that night and stood off in the distance and banged rocks and wood on tree trunks. Owens explained he had seen many footprints over the years on his route but had never seen such a monster before or after.

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