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  1. Right, I think there is a reason they are often seen in highway ditches (roadkill diving).
  2. Forgot to add within a hundred yards of making this discovery, I made a correlation with rock rolling in a creek in wee hours of night, yeah it could be raccoons but NO raccoons have this sense of synchronicity.
  3. Don't worry, when they want to get your attention, they will do more than tree knock, how about shake the hell out of a snag below your campsite vertically a hundred feet below at night that you had shaken for years before everyday you passed through the area in daylight hours. Yeah, they know you are there, if you make a habit of it; they know who you are, and they don't need to play "Stick Indian" to stick it to you. And, yes, in close proximity (within seconds) they use a mouth pop, rock clack kind of sound I have recorded and triangulated to three separate locations (at least on one lucky night), not likely a tree creaking, popping or cracking.
  4. All I know is I have an archaic tooth and it is hurting like hell right now.
  5. I knew willow trees had the aspirin derivatives but news to me poplar trees did too. Interesting. Sounds like they were into the pharmacopeia.
  6. I had a similar circumstance in High Uintas Utah. Post-camp after expedition members left afternoon before. Woke up early in camp explored the area. Off the grid camp, walked around, huge rock as you described missing and just a big hole, explored around.....rock never found but did find a fresh green Aspen break ten ft up with no others around either. I worked a honey hole for nearly 4-5 years. My tenth year anniversary comes up soon on my sighting. We will see what summer produces for the reunion.
  7. Agree on lightning and New Mexico, in the Sangre de Cristo of Philmont Scout Ranch (northeast/northcentral NM) one summer I was there it was scary, with multiple hits resulting in at least one death and some serious injury. I happened to be in that very storm directing scouts to what little cover we could gain while people at Cimaroncito above us were bombed. We were the lucky ones that day.
  8. Hey Joe, Sterling, BobbyO, Wes has a question of you on the thread.   What do you mean by all SW WA plots frozen?  



    1. joebeelart


      Hi Sterling:  Sorry, haven't checked my messages in moons.

      Man, have I been wanting to talk to you.  The direct answer is that the map locked.  Just a { not long } ago I couldn't make it work.  I downloaded a new Acrobat file, so maybe soon.   Call when you get a chance.  Today no good.  Tomorrow good, as well as mornings most of next week.  Thanks, Joe   503.557.7569 

    2. bipedalist


      Will try to stay in touch.   I will try a phone call in am

  9. Lots and lots of research and being uber familiar with a large contiguous woods for 25 years.
  10. I think the observation feeds into why more paved road sightings of major highways are not reported in Western Washington and south Cascades like they are in other parts of the intermountain West and even the East. They are more warry for some reason and only more likely to get caught passing across logging roads (at night), clearcuts, etc. Why I can't tell you. I just know they go where they want to go when they want to go and can plow through brush routinely without anything even resembling a game trail. A worthy adversary for anyone hunting them for sure. More likely they will be stalking you long before you know they are there, thus the Class B reports in the south Cascades for those sensitive to the clues/cues. Perhaps Sasquatch like humans (in general) are becoming smarter over time. Look at the old reports even from the east, not as many hard road crossings as there were in the 60's through 90's really in my mind. Also, not as many people tripping over sleeping Sasquatch like in the past record, ; > }
  11. Think about it this way. It is hypothesized Sasquatch use infrasound for more than an incapacitating weapon against animals and humans. They use it like elephants when a wood knock doesn't fit the bill for whatever reason. If such is the case, the paper cited here would assist with the experimentation. If you can detect you should be able to record. If you can record you should be able to reproduce a signal that might be "seen" in a locale where a Sasquatch is known to inhabit. This article sketches it out IEE Paper_Elephant Detection_Final3.pdf After collecting enough data in a hotspot then all you have to do is play the signal/noise:wheat/chaff game of determining the target from noise. Might help to have a hefty inheritance or healthy grant as mentioned. Forgot to mention don't play the elephant infrasound when you are looking for Sasquatch (esp. if you have an elephant wildlife rescue or zoo nearby, lol). All you need is a herd of Sasquatch among which to place the device.
  12. I post this sighting up because it is getting some Facebook play for the drawing/rendition by Sybilla Irwin. How in hell are you gonna forget the date, time and exact place something like this happens eight or even ten years later? Moreover, 9 throws rocks behind his truck and he pulls over a hundred yards down the road after seeing a mother and baby. Sorry, something ain't adding up to me on this one.
  13. Black bears co-existed quite well with said biped in the area where I encountered sightings, pre- and post-sighting.
  14. It is not whether they throw or not, it is the reported accuracy of their throwing which (to mind and my current knowledge) could not be accomplished with a chimp-hand repeatedly with the documented accuracy with which MIB alludes. In regard to throwing underhand, recent observations in anecdotals report a palm first hand placement when walking and running which suggests an odd elbow/forearm/upper arm arrangement and also a certain amount of joint laxity is described. I think this might be conducive to underhand throwing however accuracy still becomes the issue. Maybe Green lists overhand BF throwing observed? The science articles I posted up above on hand/finger placements and morphology in hominins and apes suggests the human evolution to shorter digits including the thumb with stronger thumb musculature in the webbed pad and thumb pad. So the Green reports weigh in favor of an opposable still their seems to be either two species involved or unusually high variability (perhaps inbreeding which would explain the polydactyly) which is difficult to explain.
  15. Posted this one up in the wrong thread by accident: Along the lines of body shape. What if Sasquatch does not have a thumb placement the same as humans on the hand (opposable thumb)? Suppose it did. (love the time-calibrated color phylogenetic tree in this one) Precision-grip vs. power-grip (Napier, 1965) I propose that Sasquatch could not throw with the accuracy presented in manifold reports without having a human-like opposable thumb appendage (not offset lower on the hand like chimpanzee). I also propose that Sasquatch could not place precise stick arrangements I have documented with a more primitive grip. Also John Bindernagel's first book [ and John's new website visit and buy a book he has cancer ] analyzes a sighting of a Sasquatch clubbing ducks with many in hand also. I find this harder to accomplish with a gorilla-like thumb. Yes, there have been observations of the odd lowered thumb placement among Sasquatch sighting reports too however. Also it is rather odd concerning the quadripedal sightings of Sasquatch locomotion as this would normally infer that they would not have the bipedal dynamic balance as bipeds to be accurate throwers or club-wielders. There are many conundrums in the anecdotal sighting records if you analyze them to the utmost. Shape of the foot, mysterious trackways that come from nowhere and lead to nowhere? Powerful mountainside ascents that seem like someone is heaving the Sasquatch up with a rope. Mid-tarsal break or not? Barackman presented a reported research investigation that supposedly led to Sasquatch handprint fingerprint dermatoglyphics, yet the powerpoints were not distinct or that detail was absent. I would truly like to see the dermatoglyphic evidence from that report from the Sasquatch Summit at Quinault Resort, 2016. Just a few musings, not comprehensive in any way.
  16. The limp arms swinging could have been the odd elbow attachments with palms facing forward that people have described of the Sasquatch arm swinging. Funny he did not comment on arm length? It was night and he saw enough I'm sure.
  17. I think preplanning a 3am vocal outburst toward a human residence where a noctural sighting occurred months in the past from a recordable distance that exhibits their talents in phonation and animal emulation (even emulating some of the researchers animal emulations used in the course of research) is pretty good evidence that they "think" through what they are doing. Remembering and drumming a drummed sequence from three months earlier used one time in a course of research and them having the ability to reproduce that in the wee hours so that it could be recorded, tells me they have preplanning ability. Of course you could say a squirrel has preplanning ability to do nut-gathering but this is different, not an instinct. These are learned behaviors. Of course rats can learn to bar press in a Skinner box and pigeons to peck light sequences in same. Still, I think you know where I am going with this. Do they express intelligence to form higher level communications within their own groups? Do we really have enough intelligence gathering yet to say how that might work? Simply because they may not use fire, may not use tools other than rudimentary clubs, etc., doesn't really tell the full story at this point to me.
  18. This ^, I had an intense six to eighteen months of this back in the 2006-2008 realm. Some lesser form of knowledge of a more distant interaction for years after that. The test phase of interaction, the obstacle course and the mind-blowing phase do occur for those at the closest edges of this science. I'm sure there may be other phases and I'm not really sure I want to go through them at this point from what I know. Not posting or talking like a "knower", just as an informant, take what you want, leave the rest, or file it all in a round basket really, I personally don't post up for attention. Came here to let others know what I know--it's called sharing---, and learn more about what I don't; simply that and nothing more. This is the intelligence gathering role that Thom Powell refers to in some of his work, nothing more nothing less. Maybe the reports analyzed become a living thing after some witnesses report back too, perhaps! I analyzed a ton of reports before, during and after my encounter. Many call this tainted reporting and research that I see mentioned in many circles. I realized I was on a trail and I followed it as far as I could and it led to a sighting. I'm sure I butt heads with many researchers in what I saw and report about. At this stage of reporting I am true to self and the chips can fall as they may. Can you tell flesh and blood juxtaposes against paranormality but in a happy comfortable medium in my world view of Sasquatch? If, as a witness I am contradicting so-called "researchers" then maybe the so-called researchers have not had the opportunity or circumstances to witness what has befallen me or just maybe they fail to report or fail to analyze what they have seen in the same way.
  19. The observations that the creatures have a hunched over posture and glide is true. That they break large sticks in descending mtns or make noises resembling such a thing is true. That they are not as reclusive as believed, they are interested in following certain humans for some reason (s). That they seem to appear, traipse around tents and then disappear before sometimes getting a glimpse is true. That they have the ability to make rock knocks, guttural clicks and samurai-type almost human-like language with intonations, inflections and prosody/rhythm that would make you think they are an intelligent being is true. That there is some anomaly to their visual systems that produce green glow and other phenomenon is true. That they push over trees or make noises that would have you think they are pushing over a tree when they want to gain your attention or discourage your further progress following a certain vector is true. That they can, when they have the need, produce a type of chatter that sounds distinctly chimp-like is true. That they growl, whoop and produce rapid changes in naturalistic and mimicked animal sounds interpersed with speech-like phonations is true. That they make elaborate and geometrically correct stick formations some which have a toy-like quality and artistic expression is true. That they are pranksters and leave gifts is true. I think I will stop there or I will have written my book on the forum for Pete's sake.
  20. Sasquatch is an equally seasonal employer of sticks and stones, beliefs die quickly around this thread <satire>
  21. The night of my sighting I felt like I missed about an hour and fifteen minutes of time. I attributed to a close sighting of multiples, adrenalline (norepinephrine) the ultimate sympathetic and just plain good fun! I was a little disoriented though because I knocked on a neighbors door/or rang the doorbell at what turned out to be 11:30PM (Yes, that person was sympathetic to my squatch experience as they heard an interaction on an early Sat./Sun. morning as I was providing an update and we were discussing that verbally at the base of a mountain near our residences). Most intense part of sighting was 9:40PMish to 10:15PMish However, it didn't end that night with just a sighting. I continued to audio record high strangeness after returning to my own home in the next few hours after that very close call. I will say I developed a sensitivity to low frequency sounds in conjunction with an awareness of these entities. It continued the same month as my sighting out in the state of Utah oddly enough.
  22. Your point taken, I tend to disagree. He rolls up on a mother BF on a gravel road and it sits still to within ten feet of the bumper?! Hello? Don't think that could happen. Gravel roads equal noise. Maybe a freeze reaction to keep youngun' from running into car path? Corrected to see that it was the youngun; in the road yet mother waited for truck to stop before the scoop and run. Still hard to figure. Had property in area he had inherited and was visiting but can't remember date? Still doesn't jive to me. Also now wondering if Irwin is selectively omitting or proprietarily withholding copyrighted art work from BFRO website she once posted up as it seems it is posted up on Facebook but all I get is .jpeg placeholders for graphics on the sighting page.
  23. Sounds like they are using the road as a kind of safe harbor if you ask me if they feel comfortable running up the road. One of those Milky Way trucks coming off White Pass could probably make elkburgers for us all if it zigged when he zagged, lol. Yes it was prolly within a half mile or so from the bridge in the easterly direction I saw the Elk, moving towards the south towards the big pasturelands in the direction of MSH, but going nowhere fast until it saw motion coming towards it with four tires.
  24. I had a black tail standing in Hwy 12 in broad daylight, early afternoon/late morning one day just below the dam and powerhouse turnout just W. outside Morton. I also had a bull elk standing in Hwy 12 late afternoon just W. of Packwood by less than a mile. Took efforts both times to avoid a collision (on both of our parts, lol). Sun and fair weather both days. Elk was under the shade of an evergreen deadcenter in the road and hard to see believe it or not. Luckily he got legs at just the right time. Didn't have time to check for Sasquatch either time.
  25. Not a Ketchum thread per se. But if her research was given to other labs blind to bolster her case at replication and the results were confirmed by multiple labs (but those labs would not lend their name to the study when they heard of the subject of the study) then and what I hear a lab in Scandinavia now----her decision to play fool and spoof a journal purchase and self-publish resulted in friendly-fire (shot herself in the foot). What other options were there if the research was iron-clad it would have been picked up by an editor of a major journal right? But maybe only if those other labs could be sourced and documented and actively participated in the original article correct? Or not? Hybrid maybe. Nephilim or angel hybrid theory I am having trouble with personally. One thing I am increasingly learning from the field and at conferences is there is a large contingent of 'footers that are fully onboard with that theory and those findings.