I reside in Cheatham County, Tennessee, and observed an alien in my yard in February this year.
The reason I am coming forward is because the description the woman in Georgia provided of the 3 alien beings she observed at a campsite where she and her husband were camping the latter part of 2009 is almost exactly the same as what I saw.
It was approximately 5:00 in the morning. There was still snow on the ground from the last snow. I had gotten ready for work and was sitting in my Suzuki in the drive letting it warm up before leaving for my job in Nashville, Tennessee.
I caught movement out of the corner of my eye in the area of my garage (which is used for storage and not to pull a car into). At first, I thought it was one of the neighbor's dogs.
I turned to look and saw something which very closely matched the description of the alien creatures which the woman in Georgia observed.
Its body, extra long arms and hind legs were so thin. Its head was very large and bumpy. It was pale in color and hairless.
It was very cold outside, and the creature appeared a light grayish color (I'm not sure whether the cold temperature would have affected the appearance of the color).
The only difference in my story and hers is that the 3 creatures she saw were upright. This was moving on all 4's, however, the way it was moving made it appear like a monkey or gorilla that are oftentimes upright, but then use their arms in conjunction with their legs to propel themselves forward.
On all 4's, it was about the height of a large dog, and I observed that it would be considered short, compared to most humans, if it stood upright.
Its legs were short, quite a bit stockier than the body and arms, which were long and skinny.
It kept looking back as though it thought it was being followed, and so it was surprised to see me sitting inside the automobile when it looked around, directly at me, for the first time.
I got a good look at its large, round eyes which were darkish in color. They appeared a dark brown. It was as though it sensed I wasn't going to hurt it, and it continued on across my yard, across the road, and continued out a connecting road which is directly in front of my home.
There are lots of wooded areas in the direction it was traveling, and lots of wooded area behind my home.
I am not comfortable just ignoring this occurrence. Questions are racing through my mind - questions which need to be answered.
What are these creatures doing in our wooded areas, hiding out by day and wandering by night? Where did they come from? Are they depleting any of our resources?
Will they become dangerous if someone acts aggressively toward them? (I was so busy looking at its eyes and bumpy head that I cannot describe a nose and/or mouth.)
I am a sane individual who is employed at one of Nashville's most prominent law firms.