“The following story happened to me in 2008 around 10-12pm on 29th & Nolana ave McAllen Tx.

I, my friend Eric, sister, and her boyfriend had been hanging out smoking a few “J’s” at a friends house on Bicentennial. I was dropping off my sister’s boyfriend, Ian, near Trenton Rd and as I was driving back south, I was talking to my sister that was sitting on the passenger seat and friend that was in the back seat of my Chevy Blazer, but he was leaning forward in between my sister and me.

As I was approaching Nolana there was a red sedan driving in front of me and we were both going at a steady 35-40 mph, but right before I was nearing  Walmart on Nolana, the guy driving in front of me kept going slow until he made a complete stop on the road. I was mainly staring at the guy’s tail lights while we were driving, but when he made the stop I said, “What the hell is this guy doing?” I looked at my sister and my friend and they just stared frozen straight. The guy in front of me hauled ass and my sister said, “Omg, did you see that?” as she started tearing up next to me. My friend yelled, “Duuude!” What the hell was that thing?!” and we kept saying, “What? What are you guys talking about?” My sister kept yelling at me to drive faster, but I was just confused about what happened.

As the week went by and I got the full details about what happened back there and apparently as we were approaching Walmart there was this huge dog that looked like a pitch black Great Dane running across the street from east to west across 29th st. Apparently, when the red sedan spotted it, it was near 5ft from the car so he made a full stop.  My sister said the dog stood straight up on 2 feet and walked slowly in front of both cars as he was staring directly at our blazer. As soon as it crossed to the sidewalk on the other side, “he” got on all 4’s and took off heading west near Ware Rd.

I personally didn’t see the thing, but my friend said it was almost identical to the werewolf in Harry Potter: The Prisoner of Azkaban. Tall, skinny, pitch black & very fast.

…I drive by a few times there n there, but I haven’t run into it since.” – O.Garza

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