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  2. BC witness

    Good news

    Excellent news! I got that same prognosis after my surgery, and it was a huge relief.
  3. Huntster

    Bigfoots and Forest Fires

    That sounds like one sweet duty assignment. I'd still have Kauaian soil under my fingernails from when they dragged me out of there.
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  5. Incorrigible1

    Good news

    Great news, indeed, Madison!
  6. PNWexplorer

    Bigfoots and Forest Fires

    Yes, that's me. 1991 or so. Stationed on a Top Secret little base on Kauai. Oh to be young and dumb again... And while there, I was cast as a paid extra in the movie "Flight of the Intruder". It was a blast. I got to meet and hang out with Willem Dafoe, Danny Glover, and Roseanna Arquette. I never did get a photo of them or an autograph. I just treated them as normal people and they seemed to appreciate that. Roseanna Arquette really appreciated it... Willem Dafoe was one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. Danny Glover, not so much.
  7. Explorer

    The hunted

    @wiiawiwb, Finished reading the book. After a while of reading case after similar case, it gets boring. There were some additional interesting and bizarre cases (but not many). The 3 he chose for the movie make sense because they are fairly recent. Many of the cases in the book were from the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's. I rather read about more recent cases (post 1990)- where the information is more accessible in the internet. I only read about one case claiming the ''predator" like entity and it was the same case from Jan Maccabee. So not sure h
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  9. All the bears that I have worked on that smelled bad, definitely did not smell like anything rotting or decay. More like really bad B.O. that would give you a head ache if exposed to it for more than a few minutes. Some were quite intense.
  10. BlackRockBigfoot

    Searching For Bigfoot in Oregon

    @NorthWind @Madison5716 Just logged into YouTube and see that your latest video dropped. I am only a couple of minutes into it, but I am glad to see that you have retained your sense of humor throughout all of this! Well, one of you has, anyways... Lol.
  11. BlackRockBigfoot

    Good news

    That's great news! That's fantastic that you are going to be able to return to work that quickly. I bet that not having to do chemo is a huge relief
  12. Madison5716

    Bigfoots and Forest Fires

    Fires like these were partially worsened by the horrible snowpocalypse of 3 winters ago. The forests were TRASHED, i think every 5th tree looked diwn in the lowerelevations. Now, 3 years of dead, dry wood just went up in flames. NorthWind and I tried to retrieve game cameras last weekend, and all roads into the woods thataway were road blocked, with warnings. We found something better, though, but it's a secret until we explore further 😉 I know that feeling. I worked in Hollywood for a decade with big names and I have few photos. We were actively
  13. Madison5716

    Good news

    Went to see my Surgeon to drain more fluid yesterday, and she says things are healing well. Had a meeting with my Oncologist this morning. She said, long story short, that my risk assessments came out the lowest that they've seen, and that means NO CHEMOTHERAPY and NO RADIATION! They think they got all the cancer. I'll still have to do the hormone therapy, and I meet with that doc in a week. I can return to limited work next week, too. Which is good because i am out of vacation and sick leave! More good news!
  14. This one was partially over some harder rocky ground, but the toe impressions were more defined than the others. It didn't come out great on camera, but in person it looked decent. The harder earth in the middle of the print did not seem to allow an impression like the softer ground did. It seemed to be also made before the storm and was under tree cover, which I believe accounts for the needles and twigs that are on the track but not compressed. Those fell on the track after it was made due to the weather The tape measure shows it as 14 inches, but I believe that it
  15. Thank! It's a strange area. We have seen and found some other odd things that may or may not be associated with Bigfoot. It's adjacent to the area that we have mostly been focusing on for the past year, but more secluded and much harder to reach. Still trying to get a handle on what is going on up there. It has a history of strangeness... Bigfoot sightings, weird lights, mysterious disappearances and murders, cult activity... Gary Hilton is rumored to have a couple of kills up there, while the some of Rainbow Family of Living Light went in that area when they were
  16. SWWASAS

    Bigfoots and Forest Fires

    is that you? I only have a couple of pictures of me with aircraft and crews. Not sure what I was thinking not to get more pictures of the young warrier. Seems like a lifetime ago. I retired in 1989. I got neighbors who have no clue I was in the military.
  17. SWWASAS

    Missing 411

    I would like to get my infrasound detection gear set up in that area. I would bet its more likely than not that you are getting doses of infrasound in that particular area when you are having feelings of dread. If it was not such a pain to set up and run, I would loan it to you. Better yet, do you have a good digital sound recorder? If you do, record when you are having the feelings. I would be happy to look at the recordings with Sonic Visualizer to see if I can pick see anything. You want to record when there is very little background noise. Quieter the bette
  18. Stellar prints! I would be super stoked!
  19. These prints were found within about 10 to 15 miles from where we found the previous print that I posted on here.
  20. I shared with a couple of you the strange experiences that I had 2 weeks ago. I returned to the area this past weekend and found some more defined tracks in an area near a creek. There was what looked to be a track line paralleling the creek (with a small detour into an area with elderberries). This area has had lots of rain lately, so like on the previous trip, many of the prints were degraded. The first set of prints was around 11 or 12 inches, but broad. There was a second smaller, less defined set between the larger and the creek. These prints were around 7 or 8 inches.
  21. NCBFr

    Missing 411

    This happened to me twice. The first was a WTF moment during a driving snow storm. I ran for about a mile before I came back to my senses, The second time was due to a couple of deer. I now know when it strikes to slowly scan the area and look for hidden animals that are afraid of me. I am picking up on their fear.
  22. BlackRockBigfoot

    Missing 411

    Did the people who reported the sightings also say that they felt uncomfortable there?
  23. wiiawiwb

    Missing 411

    My two honey-hole areas contain several locations within each one so there are a number of options to choose from. The two areas are not connected and could not be traversed on foot. One of two areas always has me on edge. I'm never comfortable there. Both of two fellow sasquachers I go with say the same thing. None of us have ever had that feeling or sense on the other area. Go figure. @VAFooter - thanks for sharing
  24. MIB

    Missing 411

    Close .. is a relative term. It presents a puzzle. It could theoretically be done in a single 25-26 mile loop. However, to lug all of the stuff many of those miles is discouraging. Maybe better to approach it as 3 separate day hikes, two from the same trailhead, walk in about 2 miles, then one trip go NW and the other WSW, then the third hike start on the opposite side of the mountain range and come in almost, but not quite, far enough to overlap. My hope, with deer season starting 10/3, if the weather is really too nice to hunt, I might take a water filter, a day pack wit
  25. When the BFs were visible, or when they were seemingly somewhat interactive, I've never smelled them. The only time I've smelled them was when they were sort of .. not hostile exactly, but "pushy", and they were out of sight / not visible. Interesting dichotomy, no? But not enough data points to draw a firm conclusion, merely enough to wonder. Bears ... I don't generally smell bears. My dad and aunt talk about how bad they smell, about knowing one was going past the house just by the smell. And the fresh pile of bear "poo" on the lawn was hard to dispute. Maybe I'm jus
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  27. wiiawiwb

    The hunted

    You'll find more about the Predator-type entity in the book you're reading. I don't mind that he sprinkles n matters such as this or the Sierra Sounds case. I think it adds a little spice but what is interesting to one might be boring to another. I've become very interested in the cases he presented in his books. I'm particularly interested in the Messick case for a potpourri of reasons. He was with a group, he was too old to go anywhere, he had medical infirmities, he had a camp down the road, and more. Most interesting to me are the issues with metal. Where do his
  28. Explorer

    The hunted

    Finally got to see the movie. Pluses: Good production quality. 3 interesting cases were chosen (Thomas Messick (NY), Melvin Nadel (NM) & Aaron Hedges (MT)) Good interviews of some LEO and people involved in the original search. Good maps, case development history, and interview of the Sweet Grass county sheriff & SAR coordinator (Alan Ronneberg) on the Aaron Hedges case in Montana. Deltas: No interviews of seasoned and experienced national SAR experts to help put in perspective how truly odd these missing person cases are. No i
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