Oct 16

Okay We Are Leaving

A listener writes “Hey Wes, wanted to reach out to you about a situation I found myself in this morning about 3 am eastern time. I live in the south western part of New Hampshire and last night/ this morning we walked into the woods to a spot I wanted to show him.

On our way out to this location which is about a half mile up a rail trail along side a big pond, we made sure to be noisy to alert any black bear that may be around. We made it to the spot which turns into a peninsula surrounded by water. We made sure there were no animals or anything in this little peninsula and walked in. We were quickly closed in by two things that sounded to be bipedal and heavy footed. We had a very bad feeling so we loudly yelled “okay we are leaving”. As we approached the rail trail, the sound of those two things on either side of us run across the trail into the woods across the way. We made it to the trail and walked back toward the car but this whole time, we could hear one of them walking along side us in the tree line.

This is where it gets even more strange. Two doe about 100 feet ahead of us hop out of the woods and wait for us on the trail and walked out with us as this thing was still along side us.”

11 Responses to “Okay We Are Leaving”

  1. Jay R

    I hiked Mt Monadnock a lot in my youth during the late ‘70’s and early ‘80’s and always thought there were Bigfoot out there. Especially when camping overnight. The Heebeegeebees were overwhelming on some nights. Not so bad in the rain though.

  2. Kevin S

    damn that’s intense. and crazy how the deer will come to us for protection. i can’t help but wonder if it’s a basic survival instinct to find protection with us, or if they’re trying to warn us of something they can sense but we can’t. it’s a shame our species has been purposely downgraded to the point we’ve lost any “magic” connection or senses we used to share with the earth and it’s inhabitants… i feel way too much for there to be nothing to it. we had more, when it comes to our time spent here, but we traded it in for power and wealth. vomit.

  3. Charles R

    Most definitely an astounding experience. It reminds me of my first day of deer hunting which would have been Nov. 15, 1969 as you had to be 14 at that time in Michigan. Roscommon County, out close to what they call the Nine Mile Swamp area. Early on in the day a doe walked up to my blind, it was nervous and so was I. It stood next to my blind for a good long time. It would look at me, and then back towards the thick woods and on and on for about 2 minutes, before it moved on. There was no doe hunting allowed in Michigan that year and even if so I would never have pulled the trigger. I was thoroughly confused at that time, and it was 13 years ago when that memory came back to me and I thought just maybe it was looking for protection of a Sasquatch Preditor.

  4. theresa m

    I’ve lived in NH the past 27 years and we started campinig up in Littleton when the kids were pre-teen. It’s known as God’s Country up there. Heavily wooded and just spectacular forested area. We never heard or saw anything up there but now all these years later we are hearing about sightings in Jackson, just up the way from there. Wish I had heard a howl or two when we were there.

  5. L S

    Wes, this guy, Simeon Hein, has some interesting, plausible, scientific, physics based theories about the orbs, mind speak, and other woo stuff. VERY INTERESTING! He just wrote a book and he was on Whitley Strieber’s YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/h94hgRMMR6w Maybe he’d be a guest, since this is the best Sasquatch eyewitness podcast in the world.

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