In the Steve Cook song “The Legend”, There is mention of hippies encountering a dogman. It goes like this…
In ’67 a van-load of hippies, told a park-ranger named Quinlinn, they’d been awakened in the night by a scratch at the window, there was a dogman looking in and grinning.
This is allegedly a true encounter with a dogman happening along the Muskegon river in Michigan, however, reports of it are non-existant on the internet.
One very similar account, happened down in arkensas back in October of 72. This is recounted by Pam and involves her husband, brother, and her two sleeping babies being terrorized by a wolfman while camping out of ther Volswagon van.
He started the engine and that’s when, in the glow from the headlights, we could see a hairy THING, 10 feet away and coming toward the van!
As it got closer, its silver-tipped hairs glistened in the light. It had a greyish streak from its shoulders down its back, to its buttocks. The creature was walking on 2 legs, was around 7 or 8 feet tall, had a barrel-chest, and skinny legs. It never gave us a good view of its eyes, so I can’t tell you what they looked like. I COULD see that the face was not ape-like. It was dog-like. Its ears had tufts of fur on top of them and it was very human-like in its movements and general body structure.
It moved smoothly and quickly, around to the back of the van where it followed the base of the ridge, away from us. That’s when it let out a menacing “Huff” and a low, rumbling growl, like a dog.