This story takes place near the infamous La Homa Road in Mission, Texas. Check it out!
“This happened to my friend and me on separate occasions, on the road East of La Homa Rd, North Shuerbach, in Mission, TX.
I was making my way home from a friends house, it was about 1:30 AM, and I only had the headlight of my car to illuminate the road. There is an area where there are no street lamps so it is very dark. On one side there are Mesquite trees, and from there I saw this dark figure cross the road, very close to my headlights, and very fast. It was this black mass that didn’t look like a dog or anything I’ve seen. It was like a human on all fours jumping from one side of the road to the other. I was barely able to follow it with my eyes as it crossed, and I did not see anything on the other side. It was much too dark to make out anything that wasn’t in front of the headlights. Point is, it was big. This was about a year and a half ago.
Yesterday (Oct. 13, 2018), a friend and I got together at a friends house to chill, we started talking about ghosts, La Llorona, and things like that until we start talking about things that have happened to us.
My friend, who lives through La Homa, said he was on his way home from work, and it was already about 2 AM. He gets off the highway and decided to take Shuerbach first, and then make a left to get to La Homa. He said he stopped at a stop sign, and when he lets go of the brake, this dark mass crosses the road very fast and also very close to his headlights. He quickly pressed the brake again to not hit it, he looked around and through his mirrors, and said he didn’t see anything. This happened to him some time ago.
I told him that I had seen it too. We each gave some rough descriptions about it like the size and shape, and we believe we saw the same thing.
We don’t know what it is, but its big like a man on all fours, very fast, and it just vanishes as soon as it makes it to the other side. He and I have taken that same road again at night, but we haven’t seen this thing again.” -Alexis P.