Oh man! Is it October? Because it must be my BIRTHDAY. Why is that, do you ask? Well, one of my favorite blog entries ever – the police log from Montana – is back! The same police log! The same problem! Maybe there really is something strange afoot (ha ha) in Flathead County….
1:25 a.m. A resident of Poplar Drive reports that someone knocked on the door and jiggled the doorknob. Not only did authorities find no one on the premises, but they also could find no footprints near the door.
Creepy! And, as a refresher, this is the police log entry from December:
5:59 a.m. Someone on Solberg Drive heard an individual crunching in the snow outside their house, as if they were running away. Authorities found no footprints in the area.
Very interesting. A serial ghostly wannabe intruder….and, of course, I have to post some of the other entries from this log. Enjoy folks!
11:24 a.m. Authorities left a notice at the home of four loose horses on Highway 2 West.
1:56 p.m. A Somers resident claims that a friend came into his house and stole his laptop.
8:45 p.m. A border collie with a broken leg was transported to a Lakeside clinic after being hit by a car.
9:10 p.m. Someone in Lakeside called to report that their border collie was missing. It was found at a local clinic with a broken leg.