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It's in Zorinsky Lake that now two flasher sightings have happened in just under two weeks.
One happening Monday August 11th and then another again August 19th.
Monday's victim Kama McClanahan won't be able to erase that image from her mind. It happened on a part of the trail at Zorinsky Lake that always gets her adrenaline going because it is wooded.
"I had heard rumors from other runners who have actually unfortunately experienced being flashed on the trail before," said McClanahan.
It's a small, wooded stretch, but inside there's no visibility to the rest of the park or lake. When she and a fellow runner walked out of this area they saw the flasher walking towards them.
"We noticed that he wasn't in exercise clothes, he was smoking a cigarette, he was by himself. He just kept looking at us strangely, and we just got a weird vibe from him," said McClanahan.
Not feeling right and knowing young children were around, McClanahan and a friend went to investigate with their cell phones in hand.
"We walk in, and as soon as we get far enough inside of the trail we saw him with his shirt off, and his pants down, off the side of the trail," said McClanahan.
Immediately they walked back to their cars and then called police.
"He came out a minute or two later as if nothing had happened and his shirt was on and his pants were up, and he just strolled to his car as I am on the phone with the police," said McClanahan.
The flasher then drove away, but not without leaving McClanahan with the fear he may someday come back and do it again.
Omaha police were not able to give WOWT 6 News specific details to what happened Tuesday, but bottom line everyone should call the police if they see a flasher.
It's also very important to try to remember the license plate number or snap a picture of it with your phone.