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The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Twists and Breaks

 

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.

#1. 12:24pm—here I’m parked at my usual location on the east side of the lake when just getting to this area. I have lunch here, hike the road trail then relocate down the road to the gated road trail in the report. I park and then begin this hike.

#2. 1:28pm—to my left off the trail, a split tree breakover and low breakover, different directions.

#3. 1:29pm—a close up of both breaks.

#4. 1:34pm—can’t remember what I was seeing here. Sorry!

#5. 1:41pm—deeper off the trail. 2 bows. Closer one bowing to the right. One further back, bowing to the left.

#6. 1:41pm—I get a little closer to show the deeper one.

#7. 1:41pm—just off the trail. 3 trees broke over near each other. 2 on the ground. 1 leaning at a low break. all 3 pointing different directions.

#8. 1:41pm—another low breakover just off the trail.

#9. 1:42pm—low twist and break.

#10. 1:42pm—low break.

#11. 1:52pm—the road trail ends near the lake.

#12. 1:52pm—I walk off the trail closer to the lake.

#13. 1:52pm—another view near the lake. A tree pushover seen.

#14. 1:53pm—a low breakover along the trail as the trail is ending.

#15. 1:53pm—same break as above just a different view.

#16. 1:54pm—same break viewing straight on. Approximately 18″ off the ground.

#17. 2:08pm—on the way back, another bow.

#18. 2:08pm—a low breakover to the right and an arch to the rear. the arch to the left.

#19. 3:17pm—I saw this pine tree bowed while traveling out of the area.

I do enjoy hiking and exploring the road trails in the backwoods area of the NF. Once you have knowledge of possible ‘BF’ structures etc, there’s always something to be observant for.


This concludes report #14 for Thursday September 3, 2020.

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