The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Tampering is Afoot!

This is a series on Ghost Hunting Theories chronicling a present-day Sasquatch experiment utilizing techniques employed by the researcher over a decade ago in a completely different location at an habituation site.

Today, the researcher’s ongoing study is being performed in an urban setting in the southern half of the US, hundreds of miles from the original site and the results are amazingly similar. During the series, I will be sharing the evolution of these experiments and their results from his journal.

For earlier installments go to THIS LINK.

Friday, May 1, 2020

#1. 10:05am—treeline entry path. A small sign with a stickman drawing on the opposite side has been removed from the cedar tree limbs and is now on the ground. ????

#2. 10:05am—I turned the sign over to expose the stickman drawing.

#3. 10:05am—a closer view of the stickman drawing.

#4. 10:05am—the water meter cover on the cedar tree limbs was horizontal but now leaning forward.????

#5. 10:10am—I reset the water meter cover horizontally then set the stickman drawing in a vertical position on the water meter cover. I put another small sign under the water meter cover.

#6. 10:17am—on the path past the pipes, on the ground below the horizontal 2′ x 4′, is a tennis ball. It had been in the bush/tree crook previously.????

#7. 10:17am—a closer view of the tennis ball.

#8. 10:22am—I reset the tennis ball in the lower crook. With a black marker, I drew 2 eyes, a nose, and a mouth on the ball.

#9. 10:27am—the plastic toys at the base of the tree at mid-site have been moved off center of the tree. ????

#10. 10:31am—I moved this plastic piece onto the bush crook.

#11. 11am— at the main set-ups site, the green rock is now on the ground.????

#12. 11am—toy football and colored beads are now inside the tire rim opening. ????

#13. 11:01am—at the water meter cover’s stack, the ball has been moved, 2 balls and the arrow pointer are on the ground.????

#14. 11:01am—another view of more balls near the base of the water covers stack. 4 balls on the ground.????

#15. 11:02am—another view showing 7 balls, a split ball, the arrow pointer toy, and 1/2 tennis ball cover.????

#16. 11:02am—a baseball, 2 other balls, another 1/2 ball cover.????

#17. 11:02am—the frisbee disc on the bucket is off center.????

#18. 11:03am—the gourd on the frisbee disc, on the camp chair has been moved and the treats jar is gone.????

#19. 11:04am—I found the treats jar on the ground with the lid missing. ????

#20. 11:05am—another view of the camp chair with the gourd on the frisbee disc.???? A baseball is beneath the front of the chair. The dark tire in the distance is on the ground, removed from the crook nearby.????

#21. 11:06am—the ‘BF’ drawings sheet was removed from the tree crook and found on the ground below.????

#22. 11:06am—one of the yellow tires now on the ground, removed from bush/tree crook. ????

#23. 11:07am—another view of black tire on the ground.????

#24. 11:07am—the blue painted tire in the ground.????

#25. 11:13am—looks like a possible footprint impression.????

#26. 11:13am—my cap laid out next to the possible footprint impression for comparison.????

#27. 11:13am—another viewing angle of the possible footprint impression.????

#28. 11:18am—closer view of possible footprint impression.????

#29. 11:20am—I did measuring between 2 different, possible impressions.????

#30. 11:20am—the possible footprint impression near the water meter covers set-up.????

#31. 11:58am—new setup looking south to north.

#32. 11:58am—looking north to south.

#33. 11:58am—overhead view northwest to southeast.

#34. 12:03pm—I laid out this ground glyph using larger limbs. Moving from the main site back to my vehicle.

#35. 12:15pm—the recent pointer in the grassy area on the east side of the ditch has been separated.????

#36. 12:16pm—my small limbs stack on the path also separated.????

This concludes the report for Friday May 1, 2020.

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