UPDATE: There's a man who comes into my yard at night
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If you haven’t read my first post, go [HERE](https://www.reddit.com/r/...) I was really hoping that I would be able to update everyone and say that this man/thing that’s been coming into my yard hadn’t returned and life was back to normal, but I am not.
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UPDATE: There's a man who comes into my yard at night

by PacificNWAgent

If you haven’t read my first post, go [HERE](https://www.reddit.com/r/creepyencounters/comments/4csi5j/theres_a_man_who_comes_into_my_yard_at_night/)

I was really hoping that I would be able to update everyone and say that this man/thing that’s been coming into my yard hadn’t returned and life was back to normal, but I am not.

I haven’t slept very well and just feel sick most of the time. The strange thing is that my dog is no longer waking up in the middle of the night. The last two nights I’ve woken up on my own.

That, to me, is even more frightening. Since my first post, the man has returned every night.

I tried to get video/photos, but it’s so dark that none of them came out except for this one [HERE](http://imgur.com/aVv6344)

After I took that photo, I turned and ran through the field and inside because I was forced to use the flash and I’m sure that he must’ve seen it.

Although in every other interaction, he seems to be oblivious to the surroundings.

What really is messing with my head now though, is what he/it was doing before I took the photo. He was walking in the same square pattern with the pauses like before…..Step---pause----Step---pause.

Only this time, after a few steps, he would kneel down and make a sort of forced coughing noise. It sounded animalistic. Almost like a cough/wheezing noise.

At first, I thought he was choking or having a hard time breathing. But after the cough, he stood up straight and continued the pattern. Step---pause----Step----pause.

Thank you all for the support and advice. It really helps me feel that I’m not alone.

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