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  • #176832
    Chris422🤠
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    The following is just a thread for me to post my pictures I gather at the Sam Houston with a friend.

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    #176833
    Chris422🤠
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    jj

    TP structure

    #176834
    Chris422🤠
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    tt

    Pushed down trees

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    #176837
    Chris422🤠
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    dd

    Bulletin board– Four Notch

    #176853
    m99
    Moderator

    Very cool. Look forward to more as y’ll research that area. Stay safe.

    #176889
    Chris422🤠
    Participant

    ccc

    Denise took this photo of a shirt stuck to a tree eight or 9 feet up.

    #176890
    Chris422🤠
    Participant

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    Denise took this photo of the tree hanging in the trees.

    #176895
    toomuch
    Participant

    Chris, did you hear or see anything worth noting?

    #176896
    Denise F
    Participant

    This area was one of the creepiest that we traveled out to. I bet Chris can tell you what he thought the creepiest area was but this was a close second. This was my first time going way back into the east part of the Sam.

    This small forest service road was leading us to a dead end in the middle of nowhere, which made sense why we were seeing some of the things that we did.

    I have rarely seen Tee Pees in the Sam, only 2 in all these years and the shirt ripped and hanging that far up was extremely disturbing….a human would have to drag a ladder miles and miles toward a secluded dead end to place it out there. 😶

    #176903
    m99
    Moderator

    That’s sure interesting (and Creepy). So glad you two are checking things out together. I know you have an adorable protective son Denise, but I feel better hearing Chris is going over there too.

    One of my best friends has a ranch across from (one of the) the Davy Crockett’s gates. One year, when my husband went hunting I asked if I could stay at one of the cabin’s to enjoy a respite from the city and people. She didn’t live there at the time, and her son was at Renaissance in Conroe, but I didn’t mind. He lived in the big Ranch house across the field, and the cabin I was in was back close to a pond.

    It turned cold, and there was no heat in there, I dang near froze. But I kept getting a creepy feeling like I was being watched. I couldn’t even go to the pond during the day because the feeling was so intense. Obviously I like being alone, and don’t need people around all the time, but this time was different. I packed it in after a few days. If I had known about Sasquatch, or god-forbid, Dogman, I would never have gone there. It was one of those times that the feeling of being watched would not go away. East Texas is different.

    #176934
    Chris422🤠
    Participant

    As far as noise in that forest goes, it’s dead quiet, especially in the morning. I’m not stupid enough to go out there at night. Just saying…😊

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    #176936
    Chris422🤠
    Participant

    I did see something out there that puzzled me. I saw six black wolves. They look too big to be coyotes. What really got me is they were all jet black.Very odd.

    #176993
    Steven B
    Participant

    Hey Chris – you might want to listen to this:

    Tonight’s guest wishes to remain anonymous, so I called him “Ryan” on tonight’s show.

    “Ryan” grew up in Central Alabama. When Ryan was 10, his mother married a cattle farmer who had problems with Dogmen on his farm. There were things Ryan’s stepfather shared with him about the Dogmen openly. There was a secret his stepfather had, though, that he wasn’t comfortable revealing to him. The experiences Ryan’s had with Dogmen weren’t limited to his step father’s farm. As he got older, he had more encounters, in other places.

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    #177890
    Denise F
    Participant

    Happy Halloween everyone! 🎃

    Today Chris and I went out to the Sam Houston National forest and stumbled upon a closed trail. The sign out front explained how due to high water on a FS road……well it was all BS because it’s barely rained here….. anyways….it was called the pipeline trail so I betcha you guys know what we did…..we ducked down under the caution tape and went on down the trail.

    We walked about a quarter of a mile and you could tell there was activity back there. I just had said to Chris that I was getting a spooky feeling when we heard what we thought was 2 Asian woman fussing in their native tongue- up ahead and off to our right.

    At first we kept going but we stopped when Chris realized it wasn’t coming from a trail that it was moving straight through the woods at us and the ‘language’ was getting really loud! At this point he realized that it wasn’t speaking a language….he said it wasn’t anything he had ever heard before in fact he said it wasn’t a language.

    By this time I was taking it all in….that something jibbering LOUDLY was somehow coming straight through the thick Texas woods at us. Chris bent down and could see branches moving but no ‘body’! I saw him stand up and turn towards me and yell in this huge, deep voice “HEY”!!!
    I knew he was attempting to halt whatever it was coming and yelling. He then told me not to run and yelled something else which I couldn’t hear because I was freaked out, lol.

    I kept looking back- waiting to see something behind him but he must have diverted it. The really strange part was that after he yelled at it, it never paused. A person that was coming through the woods would have at least paused for a second at his deep vocals.

    We noted it moved too quickly towards us through the woods and that the high pitched tone was too loud to be ‘woman’.

    It was a adrenaline packed walk back to the car.

    #177893
    Knobby
    Moderator

    So, what do you think it was?

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