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The episode helps give an idea of the area’s terrain. One of main takeaways was that when you’re there, they constantly watch you while trying very hard to stay out of your line of sight. Investigators tend to be at an incredible disadvantage that they aren't really aware of

 

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PBeaton

I found the episode both interestin' an entertainin', hope there's a season 2.

 

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OntarioSquatch

It’s an interesting show, but that particular episode turned out very much like how the NAWAC feared it would. For a show on this to turn out well, the directors and editors would need to have a sufficient understanding of the NAWAC’s history along with the phenomenon they’re dealing with. It’s a tall order

 

Paul Bowman driving over the log

 

 

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Drew

Really? They drive into this horribly inaccessible terrain, and noone brings a chainsaw with them?

 

Bzzt Bzzt- move the log.

 

 

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WSA

A punky pine tree? Hardly worth the fuel. But, don't you know product placement when you see it Drew?;)

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wiiawiwb

The log looks rotted, light, and would be easy to drag to the side of the road. Why drive over it?

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gigantor

That's a really nice truck!  I hear that even though it's a twin turbo V6 instead of a supercharged V8, it doesn't miss the cubic inches at all.

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17x7

It's a nice truck, but driving over trees is hardly new.  My old Chevy would have done that, and not knocked the rear differential.  If that tree wasn't so rotten, that truck would have stayed on that log with the rear tires in the air.

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georgerm

Thanks for the pictures Ontario. The area looks squachy and is a good reason to get the kids out in the woods. Teach them about nature and adventure.

 

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