A Saga of Extraterrestrial Dogmen. Nick Redfern November 20, 2018. Since 1991, the Wisconsin town of Elkhorn has been the lair and hunting ground of a terrifying creature that is the closest thing one can imagine to a real-life werewolf. The monster has become known as the Beast of the Bray Road – on account of the fact that many of the ...
- First Encounter
- First Blood
- Under Siege
- Firing Until Dawn
- Discrediting and Disinformation
- Family’S Making Money Off Incident Did Not Help
Less than 15 minutes passed before the family dog began to bark wildly, which was highly unusual unless there was some sort of wild animal prowling around the farm or an unannounced stranger approaching the homestead. Lucky jumped up from his chair snatching his shotgun from the kitchen corner and headed outside to investigate, wondering what had got into his hound. Billy Ray quickly followed Lucky’s lead by grabbing his .22 target pistol and followed him out of the door. As both men stepped into the darkness from the front porch to their shock and amazement, only a few feet in front of them they saw a unearthly-looking, 3-to-4-foot-tall creature walking toward them. “It was walking towards us with its hands up in the air, like it wanted to surrender,” Sutton would recall later. At first, they described the creature as being greenish in hue, but later upon reflection, Sutton recalled it being silver with large eyes, like those of an owl. “It had a long thin mouth, large ears and thi...
While both Lucky’s and Billy Ray’s brains were rejecting what they saw with their own eyes, their primeval instincts kicked in and they both unloaded their guns into the creature at point blank range! But to their absolute horror, the little being did not crumble to the ground, instead it simply did a back flip and raced toward the woods on all fours. The men hurriedly ran back to the house, but as soon as they slammed the door shut, the ugly creature suddenly appeared again peering through the house’s front window. Both men quickly reloaded and blasted the screened window until both guns were empty again. They then cautiously stepped out onto the front porch hoping to find a dead creature. But instead, a clawed hand reached down from the roof of the farmhouse and began to grab and pull each man’s hair. Once again, the men reloaded their guns, swearing and praying at the same time, –and for a third time emptied their guns into the creature’s head and chest. However, this time, the b...
The men retreated to the house, which by this time was filled with hysterical screams and weeping as the women and children saw the unbelievable nightmare unfold in front of their very eyes. It also shook them to see both burly men trembling like children themselves. Once they were inside, the men reloaded their weapons, but instead of dealing with one creature, they were now besieged with as many as 10 or 12 of them surrounding the house. Although none of the creatures entered the dwelling at any time, they taunted and tormented the men and their family members moving from window to doors, actually trying to draw fire, which they did as Lucky and Billy Ray blew holes through every door and window in the house. After about three hours of this, the men and family members began to panic, wondering what the creatures wanted with them, especially when they realized the bullets hitting the creatures were making a strange metallic sound as though they were hitting a super hard surface and...
To the Sutton family’s horror, 90 minutes after they left the Sutton place, the strange creatures returned and began once again to harass the family and draw fire from Lucky and Billy Ray. This continued until the break of dawn when the creatures disappeared as quickly as they had appeared.
As it is standard practice in such close encounters of the third and fourth kind, the military usually gets involved, only to later discount or deny its interest. It then totally discredits the eyewitnesses and the credibility of the incident altogether. It was no different with the Kelly/Hopkinsville case. Yet, the case was never included in the documents released of the Project Blue Book, an Air Force study of UFOS, when it was supposedly declassified. When asked why the case was not included, a former head of the program said it had been marked CP, which stands for “Crackpot. Such cased were not pursued,” he said. Nonetheless, other documents appear to contradict his statement For example, a letter from an USAF captain that states that Hopkinsville’s chief of police reported that military men from Fort Campbell had investigated the incident the day after it occurred. Furthermore, it also states that two men from an “unidentified agency” (men in black) had also investigated the ca...
As is often the case in such credible cases with many eyewitnesses, an orchestrated drumbeat of discrediting Lucky Sutton and his friend began to show up in quotes in the media and speculation about the case. “Isn’t it true they were both carnival workers at one time? And, isn’t it true they were drinking heavily that night and drank and carried on all the time? Maybe they were just in the middle of a drunken delusion and their family was afraid not to go along with it.” These were the kind of rumors and innuendos that were being circulating in what appeared to be an organized effort by someone or some group to discredit the Kelly/Hopkinsville incident.
Still, the fact that 22 days after the incident the family had sold hot dogs and charged curiosity seekers money to see the farm helped fuel this story line. However, the rumors being floated about Lucky Sutton’s drinking that night were unproven and got him ostracized from his fundamentalist Christian church, who forbade the drinking of alcohol. As it is so often the case, it appears that Lucky Sutton, his friends, and the entire Sutton family were all stigmatized because they simply reported what they claim to have seen with their own eyes that evening. About the author Chet Dembeck: Chet is an award-winning print journalist who has covered technology, government and the Pentagon for various news organization in the Baltimore/Washington corridor for more than a decade. Chet has completed stints as a reporter for the Washington Business Journal, the Federal Times and theBaltimore Daily Record.
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