Hello, all. I joined this community specifically to describe this occurrence to an interested audience and see what you think.
My mom (who lives in rural Victoria county, Texas) calls me last night to tell me about the weird thing she found in the back pasture earlier that day. Now, weird things have always occurred on that place- ghost lights bobbing across the yard, glass dishes spontaneously exploding, a specific old brass bedframe we had occasionally shaking violently...oddly enough, my family kind of got used to it. These kinds of weird things we talk about like most people mention the weather.
Anyway, on to the newest weirdness. According to mom, one of the many large brush piles in the back was turned inside-out, with all the brush perfectly laid out in all directions as if from underneath without a single stray branch anywhere. The middle of the pile was bared, and the earth looked reddish, loose, and very fine- totally different from the usual hard-as-concrete black gumbo mud that is usually all over that property.
Now, mom swears she wasn't dreaming, and she's not on any medication (and she's not self-medicating, lol). No animal would have done that so neatly, and mom didn't see any tracks anywhere, thus ruling out deer and wild hogs. Mom said she will go back there today and take pics, which I will post here ASAP.
My tongue-in-cheek explanation was 'mole people!', but I am honestly curious about this. Has anyone heard of this kind of thing before? What do you think about it?