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  2. gigantor

    Field trips 2.0

    Looks great!
  3. wiiawiwb

    Field trips 2.0

    Just returned from scouting out a new area first visited a week ago. I left very early this morning so there would be plenty of time once through the cedar swamp (4 posts above) to poke around the pond area. It feels like it will produce and I will begin doing overnights. It was gorgeous all day and I was able to put up two trailcams along the way. The drive in: The trek in: The pond meanders left and right. Here it is from several vantage points: Two barely-visible ducks on the pond:
  4. Who knows -- maybe the very first responder came out after a local call from someone saying "I hit a deer or something" (because who's going to want to say/admit what it really was, even to themselves?). That first responder assessed the situation and made some calls, and they scrambled together a team to handle it under less than optimal conditions. Because while the overall effect was efficient, there are definitely some messy loose ends (visible foot, visible work team). Route 1 in that area would be hella noticeable to block off and detour around, news of that would spread all over, while a workteam snugged over at the side of the road at night for a short duration would be far less attention-generating. The uniqueness of the situation I think partly has to do with the bus. Cars driving by would have had a different viewpoint (through windshield and passenger/driver side window depending on approach) than the bus, which has that long door with multiple panes lowering towards the ground, allowing a lower point of view. Hiflier - I will say that the driver's acknowledgement of awareness of such things was directed more at the accepted existence of Bigfoot, and not towards the crew activity they were witnessing. And yes - I would love to talk to her someday!! This is a very intriguing discussion, a lot of questions that beg to be dug into more deeply. Thanks all!
  5. If that's a Sasquatch it has no shoulders . The body comes straight down behind not that thick of a tree . At least to me it looks that way . It's just so blurry it could be an animal or just shadows in the forest .
  6. Patterson-Gimlin

    Audio of howl from SE Okla. 2017

    Thanks for sharing. Pariedolia and mechanical sounding coyote.
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  8. xspider1

    P-G Filmsite, 1967 and 2018

    Great work, RnV! I played Unreal Tournament many times so, if that is the same Engine, I'm sure that the editor is Awesome. 8 ) Please post any continued progress that you make with digitally representing the PGf location. It is a fascinating subject. Welcome to the BFF! Daniel
  9. gigantor

    Audio of howl from SE Okla. 2017

    @OkieFoot I don't know about the audio, but the face is not tree bark.
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  11. JustCurious

    SnowWhiteBigfoot has some interesting prints

    I agree Madison5716. I think some of her experiences are legit, but in other cases, I think she is attributing every little thing to bigfoot. I guess it's up to us as consumers of her content to distinguish between the two. All too often, people want to throw the baby out with the bathtub. The best thing I can say is that she is thorough and follows through on things. Most would just relate the story of the son's sighting at the end of the driveway and be done with it. She goes the extra mile and goes back in there looking for evidence. Most would just show the pictures of the prints on the car and be done with it. She goes the extra mile and shows us the enhanced images with comparisons to explain what she thinks she is seeing.
  12. wiiawiwb

    Selecting a Video Recorder

    I did find that you can buy a specially-designed battery compartment door that has an opening built in that allows the use of an external power source while the door is closed. The GoPro 10 was released a week, or two, ago and the first thing I looked for was whether they continued the 15-second hindsight recording they introduced with the Go Pro 9. They did and increased it to 30 seconds. That's a lot of time to have in the buffer which really helps if that special moment, that sighting actually occurs. It will give me some leeway for error when fumbling around to get, then turn the recorder to "On". That sealed the deal for me and I just pulled the trigger on the GoPro 10. Long learning curve I'm sure but it will be fun. I've also found (I hope) an ingenious system for mounting the recorder my backpack. It is a magnetic mount called SNAP Mount.
  13. Madison5716

    SnowWhiteBigfoot has some interesting prints

    Her videos are hard to watch - her style is seriously boring. That said, I've managed to get through quite a few of her videos. Some of them have fascinating audio that, imho, could only be sasquatches or humans, and I tend to think bigfoot. I agree about some of her "sightings". I don't think all are sasquatch. But there's a few that are legit. She's being visited long term, and if that doesn't mess with your mind a little bit, then IDK. If I knew an 800 lb predator and his family were around....She is very methodical and the activity is subtle. But I do think it's there.
  14. No disrespect Madison but after watching a few of her videos she really sounds kind of out there . I think she really believes she is being visited .
  15. There are a gazillion maps out there to access on GAIA or other mapping softwares. Choosing among the many depends on what you're looking for. There are several major formats I use all the time. A topo map is a must have. Another is one that provides trails and lean-to locations. A third one provides uploaded hikes/bushwhacks from people who have already hiked in an area. The last is satellite imagery. Beyond those four types are very specialized maps that can be a valuable resource. One example is a map showing state or Federal land boundaries. Cell service coverage maps I've found to be reasonably accurate. The ones I use regularly from GAIA are: 1) OpenCycleMap 2) US Topo 3) World Imagery 4) USGS Quad Index I'll also use uploaded hikes from All Trails that will show the course someone took to get from Point A to Point B. Maybe they bushwhacked and already found a way to circumvent an obstacle or determined they couldn't find their way through. Recently, the All Trails helped me get through a large cedar swamp that would have been a much slower, trial-and-error process. I'll also carry a printed topo map of the area I'll be going to just in case my smartphone is inoperable for whatever reason. Before I go, I will draw magnetic north lines on the printed map so when I'm in the field I never have to orient the map and can take readings on the fly. Two is one and one is none. Which maps have you found helpful?
  16. JustCurious

    SnowWhiteBigfoot has some interesting prints

    Well...I went down that rabbit hole. I wanted to understand why she thought these prints were Sasquatch, so I watched a number of her other videos for context. While doing such a thorough analysis of the prints, I'm surprised that she doesn't give measurements of the prints. I would think it more likely that what she found are human in origin. The reason I say that is because the wrist area looks pretty thin. I found her gifting experiences interesting. It can only be another human messing with her, or the real deal. What she says is a young Sasquatch in the grasses is definitely not a young Sasquatch. You can see protruding ears, which indicates it's either a calf or a fawn. I still have many more videos to watch. Thanks for posting this!
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  18. norseman

    Audio of howl from SE Okla. 2017

    That’s just a long coyote bark that sounds like it was produced by playing a clip four times over and over. They are identical. It doesn’t sound like a real coyote set. The short barks or howls are missing. And the timing is literally 4 barks timed identical. Like a finger pressing a button.
  19. wiiawiwb

    P-G Filmsite, 1967 and 2018

    Wow, that is spectacular. Please keep up your great work. I'd love to see it as your work progresses. Thank you.
  20. vinchyfoot

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    Gotcha, been there once or twice, seemed pretty well people travelled during hunting season.
  21. 7.62

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    Pachaug state forest it wasn't a bigfoot sighting we don't know what it was .
  22. vinchyfoot

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    Agreed, I'll not name the group, but they check out reports from the CT shoreline which is even funnier cuz the areas of woods are same conditions. Where was your experience if you dont mind my asking and I missed you saying elsewhere.
  23. 7.62

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    I'm in CT and spent a couple of years looking and searching mostly one forest area due to what I saw 3 years ago . We never saw the creature or what ever it was again. I don't want to say it's impossible for Bigfoot to migrate through the area but I very highly doubt they inhabit the the area down here . Once you get to western MASS that leads in to Vermont , Up State NY , Maine , NH there I believe areas could support clans year round but CT eastern Mass is just wishful thinking .
  24. 7.62

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    Yeah that's a no go on firearms unless you have a license to carry in the state .
  25. vinchyfoot

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    Theres an area local to where I live that I have been asked about. It also is a smallish area, surrounded by, suburbs on two sides, interstate and major 3 lane road on the other sides. People need to stop with wishful thinking in areas like this in the Northeast and focus on what might be actual potential habitat. The facebook culture that has grown up around the notion they're practically in everyone's is BS and adding to pointless white noise. I say FB culture because theres a local oriented group there pushing that exact narrative and they know it's BS, they want local expeditions filled though.
  26. 7.62

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    The forest area that's there would be impossible to support a family of Bigfoot due to that reason alone . Even if we were to assume they use the area to just migrate they would have to travel through very populated areas . My opinion there no Bigfoot in that area . The area is more known for paranormal and orbs weird lights etc.. The tribes that use to inhabit the area did have the belief of Wendigos in their culture but I never see that mentioned when talking about the triangle . Again that's part of a paranormal aspect of the area in it being an evil spirit that can take over a mans mind .
  27. vinchyfoot

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    I always thought the place got too much squatch cred for that reason alone, its just that big an area surrounded by people if you look at the larger area on a map.
  28. 7.62

    Need Help in Bridgewater Triangle

    I've walked the forest but I parked in the parking lot never looked for access roads . Just me and the dogs . It's not a big place so you can pretty much hike the park in one day . Didn't see anything really weird other than one place there was writing on some trees I couldn't make out and a camp that looked to be old maybe used by a homeless person.
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