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hiflier
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Then there was that video of the guy that was walking through some tall grass and his video started breaking up visually along with audio static and he complained about feeling something like pins and needles and body pain. I forget where that video is.

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BlackRockBigfoot
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2 minutes ago, hiflier said:

Then there was that video of the guy that was walking through some tall grass and his video started breaking up visually along with audio static and he complained about feeling something like pins and needles and body pain. I forget where that video is.

Interesting...

 

Was the video actually posted?  Or did the gentleman involved just describe it?

 

I would be interested in seeing that video.

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hiflier
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I think Madison may have posted it but it looks like it unavailable now?

I think it's the Crypto Reality guy IIRC.

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2 hours ago, BlackRockBigfoot said:

Good article.  

 

Thanks for posting.

Same here.  

 

Everything goes wonky, but then leave a particular area and stuff starts going haywire.  Return and it begins to malfunction again.  

 

Like you, I have my doubts that it is a direct result of Sasquatch.

Agree

I can't say what causes it but to say it's normal equipment failure is wrong. You get in an area where they have just walked and your equipment 

just happens to film nothing but black  for 20 minutes , leave the area and presto it works fine.

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MIB
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Right.  I don't know what is going on, but if you start getting equipment failures in close proximity in time and space, keep your eyes open around you.   I'm not saying anything specific, just a sense something is up that you might miss if your focus is too fixed on the equipment and not your surroundings.  It could be something you really really really need to be alert to.    .. and I don't suggest that it is specifically bigfoot related, might just be something we put ourselves close to by being out there looking for them.

 

MIB

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One observation from the interview with Mike (the Colorado rancher) is that he did not have an issue with sasquatches harassing his property or his elk hunts until 2014 despite growing up and living there all his life.

I am curious on why this area would suddenly become a sasquatch hot spot location (at least from 2014-2020) but not before then.

 

Assuming that his encounter stories and claimed events are true and assuming that his location is somewhere within 13 miles of Cuchara River Valley in Colorado,  a potential hypothesis could be that past forest fires within Huerfano county or adjacent counties have moved the BFs or the Elk herd closer to his ranch.

I am guessing the ranch is in Huerfano county because the Cuchara river valley is there.  But there are some big ranches south of West and East Spanish peaks in Las Animas county which are also about 13 miles from east of Cuchara.  Thus, I looked for past big fires in both Huerfano and Las Animas counties.  The table below summarizes the big wildfires reported within or close to Huerfano county.  I included one large fire outside the region (in New Mexico in 2011 south of Las Animas county).

 

The source of information for wildfires in CO is EcoWest (see link below).

EcoWest analyzes, visualizes, and shares data on environmental trends in the North American West.

EcoWest's interactive data visualizations are a collaborative project of EcoWest and the Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford University.

 

https://vis.ecowest.org/interactive/wildfires.php

 

Based on the wildfire database, there was a 14,152 acres fire in East Spanish Peak area back in 2013 (Huerfano county).  This could have been the trigger event for the sasquatches to move location closer to the ranch.  Unfortunately, we don’t know exact ranch location, so this is just a guess.

 

In addition, we are interested in the Elk hunting potential of that area.  The attached Colorado maps (which divide the western end of the state into Game Management Units (GMU) include the wilderness areas, elk density and elk migration corridors.

From these maps we can observe that Huerfano county is within GMU 85, includes the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area), has an elk density of 3-4 elk/squared miles, but is east of the elk migration corridor (which is in GMU 83). Thus, the claim that a private ranch in that area (Huerfano and Las Animas counties) can offer elk hunting opportunities is valid.

 

Wild Fires Huerfano County Table.png

CO_Wilderness_Areas.PNG

CO_Elk_Density.PNG

CO_Elk_Migration_Corridors.PNG

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