A few days ago, I was in my research area and found an old tree twist, pictured above. The tree twist was 10 foot off the ground. The area I research in has gone through some changes the last 3 or 4 months. One of the stick formation that I had been documenting for almost 3 years, suddenly was tore down a couple months ago. What tore it down, I do not know. Could have been wind or rain. The activity in the lower lying areas has been very minimal or none at all. While in the area a few days ago, I went farther back into the woods. This is where I seemed to find a few signs, like the twist, that Bigfoot was still in the area.
Still, I wonder what tore down the stick formation and why they moved out of the lower lying area. Could it be because of weather? Someone suggested that the stick formation could have been tore down due to a larger more dominate male moving into the area. I guess that could be possible.
Why did the Bigfoot move out of the lower areas? Could it be that the leaves on the trees are all off and they wanted to go deeper in the forest to avoid detection? Could it have been because of some heavy rains and the swelling creek near by? I'm not really sure on what caused this movement, maybe it was just a natural movement for winter time. A movement to be closer to a den. Maybe it is some combination of the above.
Another thing that might have played a part was that a mountain within about a mile of the main activity area, slid off. If that played a part, then that would mean that the Bigfoot had prior knowledge of the coming slide. I have always heard that animals know when bad weather is coming and even earthquakes, so I think it could be possible.
Not knowing answers to questions like this, is one of the things that keeps me going back and researching. Also, while in the area, you could hear the dump trucks hauling dirt and dumping it. The tail gates of the dump trucks would slam into the back of the truck beds. This created a very large banging sound. It was annoying to me, so I can only imagine how Bigfoot might react to this loud banging.
Speaking of tree twist, I have found a lot of tree breaks but very few where the limb had the twist to it. Some people of course dismiss all tree breaks and twist but I have found Bigfoot tracks right next to fresh tree breaks. So it is pretty clear what did them. The twisting of tree limbs seems to happen in other Bigfoot areas more than it does in my area. One researcher I follow a lot is Randy Brisson. He has posted and shared tree twist pictures over the years. It has been my experience that in real areas of Bigfoot activity, you will find broken and twisted tree limbs.
There are still many unanswered questions about Bigfoot and Bigfoot behavior. Sometimes, at least for me, the not knowing the answer is what gives me a drive to research and look for Bigfoot. It's a puzzle and I just want to fill in a few of the pieces.
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet
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