need help please read description. i just read this and im needing info of this being real i live near chicago and i am both curious and terrified any info on t
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User avatar #12 - ClockTank (01/27/2014) [-]
Goatman. It's ******* Goatman. You better pray to whatever god you have, and if you don't get one, because that thing. I still have nightmares. I still ******* see things that aren't there. I smell its smell. I ******* hear my name being called at random times during the day/night, anywhere I am, even though I've never ******* seen one/it before.

I will never sleep soundly again knowing that something like the Goatman can actually exist. (Skinwalkers too. **** .)
User avatar #13 to #12 - golnax (01/27/2014) [-]
Damn, you beat me to saying Goatman.

It scares me too, you're not along...

Sucks for me because I live basically in the woods, completely surrounded by trees. I also live near Chicago, not too close thankfully, but it's a long drive away.
User avatar #15 to #13 - ClockTank (01/27/2014) [-]
See the thing that freaks me out the most, is that when I think about it, I start smelling it. That coppery-blood smell. Its like it knows, and it knows I know.

I always say I want to go visit scary places, or see scary **** . But never in my life, will I ever say, that I want to see a Goatman.

Also I will never ever go camping again. Especially after what happened last time. **** that.
#16 to #15 - golnax (01/27/2014) [-]
There are some things in the supernatural that you would like to happen, and then there are the things that you hope never happens. Goatman is among those things.   
   
Last time? I feel like there's a story to be had here... I want to hear. *grabs some popcorn to listen*
There are some things in the supernatural that you would like to happen, and then there are the things that you hope never happens. Goatman is among those things.

Last time? I feel like there's a story to be had here... I want to hear. *grabs some popcorn to listen*
User avatar #17 to #16 - ClockTank (01/27/2014) [-]
It's not really that scary, but it freaked me out.

A bunch of us went camping at a persons cabin in the middle of ******** nowhere. (like a 2 hour drive from where I live in Michigan.) About 15 of us.

Four of us in a tent (Sister, Boyfriend, and Sisters Friend.) Whole camp is passed out but me.

As I lay there, I can hear something moving in the woods, slowly getting closer. I wanted to say it was a deer or something but I could tell it was walking on two legs, and a slow walking pace. It ******* walked around our tent. Just our tent. For a good 5 minutes, and even touched the side of it at one point near me, since I was on the far outside. After awhile, I thought it left, so I relaxed a bit. In the near silence, I heard breathing. After knowing these three for about four years, constant sleepovers n **** , I knew how they breathed when they sleep( ******* weird I know.) There was a breathing pattern I didn't recognize, and then I realized it was just standing outside the ******* tent breathing, I went to sit up, and it bolted back into the woods, just crashing along.

After a bit, I fell asleep, woke up, asked anyone if they heard anything last night.

Nobody heard anything at all.
User avatar #18 to #17 - golnax (01/27/2014) [-]
In a related story that's not quite as scary but now that I think about it...

So I'm walking home one night about a year and a half ago, middle of summer so it's warm out and everything. I don't have a car, I don't have a phone. So I had no choice but to walk back from the town I'd been at which is the next town over. Unfortunately that's a two and a half hour walk for me along the high way. I was in town hanging out with a friend at the time and I stayed hanging out with them until about eight in the evening. Still light out and I know it's going to be a really long walk back, so I stop at a local pizzaria to order a large pizza to eat on the way home.

About an hour and a half into the walk, I'm walking down a big hill. It's on the highway and it's somewhere close to ten at night. Got what's left of my pizza in my hand and the night is pitch black. There's not even stars out it's so dark. I'm not worried about coyotes or anything (we have those here in Indiana, pretty common) because it's a well traveled highway.

About halfway down the hill I get this... feeling, like I'm being watched in the darkness. I ignore it at first 'cause it's a common feeling when walking home at night. The more I walk down the hill, the more I get this feeling. There comes a point where it's getting difficult to walk because of the darkness and this feeling, and then I hear it. A scuff or a grunt or something, but it was really high pitched and it was right off the road from where I was. It took me by total surprise so I froze in place and just sort of listened, staring off in the direction it came from. I heard running through the grass that lead down the hill and into the woods further on down, the thing is, it was moving fast - must faster than a deer or a coyote should have been moving. And I heard it moving for a good two minutes before I started to move again.

After that, I booked it home as fast as I could.
User avatar #19 to #18 - ClockTank (01/27/2014) [-]
lol freaky **** dude. I'd probably have **** my pants.

There are two things that make **** like this awful for me.

1. I have (very) minor paranoid schizophrenia, which causes he to basically hallucinate and hear **** all the time, which accounts for a lot of my sleepless nights thinking some(thing)one is after me.

2. I spent a few years practicing surveillance and things like that, due to a couple of different reasons.

Combining an obsessive need to analyze every sound and sight I come across, mixed with some pretty awful paranoia thinking I might see something that I really don't want to see, is a very unpleasant experience.
User avatar #20 to #19 - golnax (01/27/2014) [-]
Yeah... for me it's more of a "I want to believe in stuff, but what stuff exactly would be good to believe in?" Then the thought process goes towards what if the stuff I don't want to believe in is the stuff that's real and that's when little bumps start freaking me out slightly.
User avatar #14 to #13 - golnax (01/27/2014) [-]
*Alone
#1 - John Cena (01/27/2014) [-]
the deer are evolving.
#2 to #1 - John Cena (01/27/2014) [-]
could also just be a regular old deer
#3 to #2 - John Cena (01/27/2014) [-]
saying im home?
#4 to #3 - John Cena (01/27/2014) [-]
what are you some kind of ******* deer scientist?
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