The unidentified woman, who lives in Tarzali, a town on the Atherton plateaus in Queensland, claims a & # 39; pitch black and hairy & # 39; having seen the & # 39; size of a chimpanzee & # 39; was at her home in 2016 (stock image)

& # 39; Pitch black and hairy like a chimpanzee & # 39 ;: single mother reveals her hair-raising encounter with a yowie on her remote farm

  • A single mother told what time she saw a jowie on her remote farm
  • She said she was tormented by stones thrown on her roof and & # 39; demonic & # 39; sounds
  • Observation has prompted yowie hunters to search for neighboring countries for evidence

A single mother remembers the horrible encounter she and her young family had with a boy while they lived in their remote farm.

The unidentified woman, who lives in Tarzali, a town on the Atherton plateaus in Queensland, said she was restless after rocks were thrown on her roof in the first week she moved to Hogan Rd in 2016.

& # 39; (Then) my oldest son walked & # 39; got out of the bathroom at night and said he heard a very loud demonic growl and ran inside and said, & # 39; Mom, there's something out there & # 39; and I had heard it before but ignored it, & # 39; she said The Courier Mail.

The unidentified woman, who lives in Tarzali, a town on the Atherton plateaus in Queensland, claims a & # 39; pitch black and hairy & # 39; having seen the & # 39; size of a chimpanzee & # 39; was at her home in 2016 (stock image)

The unidentified woman, who lives in Tarzali, a town on the Atherton plateaus in Queensland, claims a & # 39; pitch black and hairy & # 39; having seen the & # 39; size of a chimpanzee & # 39; was at her home in 2016 (stock image)

The mother claimed that she had seen the kid in her old, secluded house in Tarzali (photo), a town in the Atherton Tablelands in Queensland.

The mother claimed that she had seen the kid in her old, secluded house in Tarzali (photo), a town in the Atherton Tablelands in Queensland.

The mother claimed that she had seen the kid in her old, secluded house in Tarzali (photo), a town in the Atherton Tablelands in Queensland.

The single mother said she felt she was being watched in the bathroom and that one evening, after she had bought a powerful flashlight, she appeared in the field when she heard a disturbing sound.

She was gobsmacked with what she saw.

& # 39; It was pitch black, hairy and the size of a chimpanzee, & # 39; she said.

The mother only took 10 months in the house before she moved quickly elsewhere.

Yowie hunter and founder of the Australian Yowie Research, Dean Harrison, who interviewed the woman about her meeting, said that jowies is known to show single women with young children living in remote rural areas.

He revealed that the single mother kept the hair-raising story to herself since 2016, adding to it it is not that simple if you just go to the police to report these meetings.

Mr Harrison (photo) has been studying the mythical creatures for 20 years and claims to have had many encounters with the furry beasts

Mr Harrison (photo) has been studying the mythical creatures for 20 years and claims to have had many encounters with the furry beasts

Mr Harrison (photo) has been studying the mythical creatures for 20 years and claims to have had many encounters with the furry beasts

Mr. Harrison said that people give him & # 39; every day of the year & # 39; with stories about encounters.

& # 39; We hear reports from people who keep the secrets of 60 or 70 years old, but want to come forward before they die, & # 39; he said.

The mother's report has led jowie hunter history professor Dr. Rex Gilroy and his wife Heather to look for fossil yowie footprints in the tablelands and surrounding areas.

The mother's report has led jowie hunter professor of History Dr. Rex Gilroy (photo) and his wife Heather to look for fosslised yowie footprints in the Tablelands and surrounding areas

The mother's report has led jowie hunter professor of History Dr. Rex Gilroy (photo) and his wife Heather to look for fosslised yowie footprints in the Tablelands and surrounding areas

The mother's report has led jowie hunter professor of History Dr. Rex Gilroy (photo) and his wife Heather to look for fosslised yowie footprints in the Tablelands and surrounding areas

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