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  • #191039
    Debbie S
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    @Denise yes, I agree. Too many coincidences sometimes. I wouldn’t announce anything on a forum or show a video. What do they say? Discretion is the better part of valor. I intend to start using my old digital camera for some pics.

    Wow Denise…that sounds too coincidental to me. 🙁

    #191358
    Leon M
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    Very interested. I am find the subject of these creatures on human property very interesting as they seem to display very different behaviour than the usual forest encounter. Also, any of the “paranormal” aspects seem to be prevalent here. Heve you seen any orbs etc?

    #192522
    Douglas K
    Participant

    First thing first, regarding videos and photos: they’re like neighbors, taking photos without permission of your neighbors is rude. They’ve never threatened or attacked me or us, other then to say, “we’re hunting over here, quit making noise.”

    Second, I and my family have been going through a pretty rough patch of life right now and if you’re the praying sort, I’d appreciate them.

    Lately, I’ve been avoiding the woods people and don’t want to deal with it.

    The good news is I have some time today to get caught up! yay!

    #192533
    Douglas K
    Participant

    5/22/21 I announced my presence for the day in error. I was breaking up a big rotten log to fit in the burn barrel, by throwing it on the ground repeatedly. This task was almost complete, when there was three quick wood knocks to the north. I then realized that breaking logs being rotten or not, to a sasquatch is a aggressive act. Well that’s just great. I as gently as possible yelled them a “Goonie Goo Goo!” and went inside for awhile to defuse any situation that might arise from this. Everything was fine.

    #192534
    Denise F
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    Douglas, I hope you find peace with whatever issue is bothering you. Remember, this too shall pass 🙂🙏

    #192545
    Douglas K
    Participant

    Leon M: See page 10.

    #193048
    Douglas K
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    6/19/21 I was sharpening and servicing my machetes on the porch, as well as testing their chopping abilities on some dead limbs. I’ve been using paste car polish as a way to prevent rust, without being oily or sticky attracting dirt and debris. The uncoated blades really shine in the sun. These tools are principally used as of late to chop down cover like ferns, grass, etc. where I don’t want the booger men to hide and watch us, as well as making shooting lanes for hunting etc.

    6/20/21 Sunday A few hours before dark there was a chopping sound of a stick or machete on leaved vegetation up on the ridge. The sound was in threes, “chop chop chop” similar to my taking out a clump of ferns with a machete, or testing a blade for sharpness. The sound would stop, then move about fifty to seventy five yards faster than a running human. I think it was a single booger running the ridge mocking me, showing off how fast he could run. There were four or five imitation chops total, hooking around the ridge and ending in popular spot they like to watch from. I’m okay with them being in that spot for now as it’s not close. I think this was communication.

    BTW you don’t need a machete to navigate the ridge area, it’s not that thick. Humans couldn’t or wouldn’t move that fast. A trespasser wouldn’t be dumb enough to announce their presence like that.

    #193369
    Douglas K
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    I’ve been avoiding them for most of July. It also has been hot and muggy, bad outdoor weather. Something happened this past weekend. I will get it typed up tomorrow.

    #193421
    Douglas K
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    8/14/21 Saturday. 5:00 PM. A family member decided to take a break from weed whipping the riverbank, by sitting on the grass next to the bank. After sitting down about a minute, a rock impacted the middle of the river about one hundred feet beyond this person. The rock was thrown at an angle from the opposite side bank. This was evident in the splash. It wanted our attention as I was watching the break taking person. We pretended that the rock throwing didn’t happen.

    At dinner that night I asked, “in over a decade since we have been here, have you ever seen a fish jump causing a splash?” No, was the the answer. The fish are too small.

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