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Is Bigfoot Building A Fence?
A Gradual Conclusion About Behavior

By Dorraine Fisher


All bigfoot researchers have seen evidence that they do some seemingly crazy things. And my woods are no exception. I’ve had a return of activity in my area since August of this year and even though I’ve been poking around out there fairly often and other people have set up game cameras in the area, the activity seems to be increasing instead of decreasing. And I’m finding a strange pattern developing in all the “manipulations” that are taking place out there.

A couple of months ago when I began really looking at this area, it became clear to me that this definitely wasn’t human activity. I’m hard-pressed to see humans anywhere around here except near the water where they do their fishing. And I can leave this area at dark and return at dawn early in the morning and see new structures have been built. Humans generally don’t go out manipulating trees and branches in the woods in the dark of night.  And as I looked around, I found something different.


Bigfoot Activity And Possible Sighting In Illinois?
By Dorraine Fisher


It actually started a couple of months ago. An area of woods near me in central Illinois that I frequent due to the amount of wildlife I see there for my photography. As a bigfoot researcher of sorts, I had discovered minimal evidence a few years ago that there may have been bigfoot activity in that area, but I never found enough to make a very big deal out of it. So I opted to spend time out there for recreation and picture taking opportunities.

But a couple of months ago, that was August of 2018, things started to change there. On my drives through there, the trees seemed to get rearranged on a regular basis. Every time I drove through the area, I started noticing that trees were being manipulated and moved around.

Over the years I have taken in several accounts of Bigfoot throwing rocks. I have also talked to several people, off the record, who reported events of Bigfoot throwing rocks. Most researchers understand that this is a known behavior associated with Bigfoot.

The interpretation of just what this behavior means my differ based on some factors.


Many times we hear and read stories about Bigfoot abducting adults and children. We even have some stories that claim that Bigfoot eats small children. Then we have cases where people go missing in national parks and sometimes it is thought that Bigfoot is behind some of them. One of the most famous potential Bigfoot abduction cases that happen in a national park was the Dennis Martin Case.

There is also many tales from Native American history that talks about Sasquatch abducting and sometimes eating people.

But this report I want to share today has a much different outcome.


It is not often we get reports of really aggressive Bigfoot behavior. Yeah we get some, but most of them are things like rock throwing and aggressive sounds. It is not very often that we can read about  Bigfoot running after people.

This following report is not too far from me and is in an area I'm somewhat familiar with, even though I have never been to this particular spot. This report also reminds me of a local report, one in which I know some of the people, where a Bigfoot chased after some boys on a ATVs. You can read that case by Clicking Here.

This case and the local one I just mentioned, make me wonder if it has something to do with the sound of the ATV or if it is just a wrong place wrong time scenario.

Here is the report.

A couple of weeks ago we ran the story and image of a bigfoot that was taken by Leo A Frank. (Click here) The bigfoot in the picture was rather unusual looking and had what most people consider the appearance of a troll. The nose was very large and is not what is commonly reported by witnesses. What some may fail to realize is that not all bigfoot look the same. In fact, some are really different looking but still have an overall humanoid appearance.
But all the troll talk got me to thinking more about the word troll and the word bigfoot. We all know the term bigfoot was not coined until 1958 by Jerry Crew, but what about the word troll?

Lets take a look.
Linefork area
This report comes from a small community in Letcher county. The area is an unincorporated community by the name of Linefork. It does not surprise me that I have gotten yet another bigfoot report from this area. It is surrounded by deep hollows and thick forestation. This area is fairly close to me and like here, it is a perfect place for bigfoot. Southeast Kentucky in general is a great place for bigfoot, we have lots of  food and water sources.

This bigfoot report is a bit chilling, as there are children involved. While this type of bigfoot behavior has been reported in the past, I can only imagine the fear this family was feeling.

Here is the report.


In this episode of Ninja of the Woods, Big Jim interviews researcher, author, and filmmaker, Thomas
Marcum. This episode is uncut and runs for over 30 minutes and it still feels like it was cut short.

We discuss many topics which include Bigfoot,  Bigfoot behavior, UFOs,  and more.

We hope you enjoy this episode.

Here is episode 10
Found in Oregon.

Oregon Research Update  - Stick Formations

Recently, Crypto Crew team members Bobby and Corinna Long were sent some interesting photos by Mitch.(Last name withheld) These are from their home state of Oregon and near them. The photos shows several unusual tree/stick formations. The above photograph is very similar to a formation I found in my home state of Kentucky. Here is a photo from the Kentucky formation. Both of these similar structures were found in areas with bigfoot activity. 

Found in KY
There is a general consensus that bigfoot does do odd things with sticks. This would include tree breaks, teepees and other formations.

But that was not all the Oregon researcher found. Here are a could more photos.

Found in Oregon.
An "X" was found. There is some differing opinions on what an "X" may represent. Some think it is a welcome sign, while others conclude that it is a warning to stay away. It may not be for humans at all and it may be only meaningful to bigfoot, for all we know. The discovery of an  "X" formation is reported by many researchers. It often is found after some type of bigfoot report. I have personally found several of these formations. Most of the time the tree limbs have been broken off from another location and the "X" formed in a different place.

Found in Oregon.

Arches and tree bends found in same general area in Oregon. Now, we all know that weather can have this type of effect sometimes and it takes careful analysis to make a determination. Sometimes, we have to take into account if other odd formations have been found in the area and if there is a history of bigfoot sightings. Similar structures are often reported by bigfoot researcher from all parts of the United States. It is interesting and needs more study. 

 


This is just some of the things us researchers have to keep and eye out for while in the forest. As a person who goes into the woods often, I find it odd that I mostly find odd stick formations in areas where there are reported bigfoot activity. That makes it easy to conclude that bigfoot might be doing these formations. While we may not understand what they mean, it appears to be part of bigfoot behavior.

The Oregon team has been somewhat limited by the fact it is fire season. During fire season some access is cut off and some areas you are not allowed to be in.

Thanks goes to Mitch for sharing his photos.

-Bobby & Corinna-




(Please note: This Oregon update if from Bobby and Corinna but it is posted by me, Tom. The photos from Oregon belong to Mitch.) 

This investigation/research by TCC Team Members Bobby & Corinna Long
Both are avid outdoors people and good researchers.
This is a report by Bobby & Corinna.




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Welcome to episode 8 of My Crypto World. In this episode I talk about some of the behaviors of bigfoot, such as stick formations. Many want to discredit these types of findings but I don't think we should dismiss them so quickly.

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~Tom~

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Pull up a chair and get ready to relax. It's time for episode 2 of Around the Campfire with Dorraine Fisher. In this episode Dorraine tackles our favorite subject, Bigfoot! There are many varied reports about bigfoot behavior. Some reported behavior seems to always cause a riff among researchers and enthusiast. What can we do, if anything, to help eliminate some of the fighting?  Lets see what Miss Dorainne has to say about it.

Here is episode 2 of Around the Campfire - "Bigfoot"   



Be on the look out for episode 3!


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~Tom~

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The following is just a small sample of some of the possible Bigfoot stick formations and tree breaks that have been collected and documented by team members of  The Crypto Crew. Please keep in mind that most of these were documented in areas after a sighting had taken place or in an area where there is Bigfoot activity. Often times these were found in remote areas. This is from several different states.

Yes, of course not every broken tree limb was done by Bigfoot. There have been several times where I personally found Bigfoot tracks under or very close to freshly broken tree limbs.

I have tried to keep the video kind of short. I hope you enjoy it.



In the future I hope to share other short videos of some of the evidence our team has collected over the years. Of course, there will always be doubters and naysayers but once you have been out in the woods and experienced it for yourself, nothing can change your mind as to if Bigfoot is real or not.

The thing with stick formations is that many want to say it is all a natural event caused by the wind or falling tree limbs. But I have been in areas where there is no kind of stick formations to be found and then go to an area where I know there is activity and find formations and tree breaks. If it was all just a natural event I would think it would be everywhere and not just in an area with Bigfoot activity.  Of course, I have seen lots of natural dead falls and stuff while in the forest but there are some that just stand out as unusual or structured. We shouldn't throw all stick evidence out because of some over zealous researcher. 

I guess the next natural question is what do some of the formation mean? That is something I don't think anyone can answer with clarity at this time. So, we continue to research and look for answers.

Just about any real Bigfoot researcher will have pictures of and know that Bigfoot does break tree limbs and create stick formations and structures. The day I found over 30 Bigfoot foot tracks, after a sighting, there were many tree limbs broken along the trackway. So I know the limbs were not broken by a squirrel.

Just got to stay on the hunt. Keep collecting pieces of the puzzle, then one day it will come together.



Thanks
~Tom~


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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.


Thanks
~Tom~



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Bigfoot tree knock in 3...2...1

I have a couple of reports to share. They do not contain a lot of detail but one of them is a local area and an area that I have been in many times. The other is from Tennessee and not too far way from me. The activity described in the reports are thought by most researchers, to be normal behavior for Bigfoot.

Here is the TN

 - Start Report -
Name: Eric *******
Email Address: on file
State: Tennessee
County: blount
Date of Sighting: jan. 2014
Time of Day: 3:00pm
Nearest Town: Maryville
Length of Sighting: about five  to six seconds
How many Witnesses: one
Any Photos/Videos: no
Describe sighting in detail: Heard three distinct wood knocks about one hundred yards away while solo hiking out of the rabbit creek trail back to Abram's ranger station.
Map:  General map of area.
- End Report -
If anyone else has experienced possible Bigfoot activity in the Rabbit Creek trail area, then please contact us. 


Here is the Kentucky report. It comes from a friend of mine and from Bell County.

- Start Report -
Name: Burt (Not his real name)
State: Kentucky
County: Bell
Nearest Town: Pineville
Describe sighting in detail: We was cooking out at a Shelter at pine Mountain State Park at Around Dark. There was a Strange smell at first and then a rock hit the trees over From us.  And we heard breaking branches. We Loaded up and left. That's the truth, I've never told anyone.

That was 5 years ago, I won't go back up there and cook out after dark.  Man, it was Crazy. I never smelled that smell in my life or had a rock thrown at me While cooking out. I may be crazy but the woman  that was with me heard it too. It smelled kind of like a wet dog.

Map: General map of area

- End Report -

The one from KY is a place I go pretty often and a place where I have found some possible tree breaks and arches. This is also the general area where the now misplaced by the Smithsonian, bones were found. There were enough bones to construct about 4 or 5 skeletons. I featured some of this in my documentary film Bigfoot: The Evidence files. It's an interesting story that I know really happened.

If anyone has experienced Bigfoot type activity while in the Pine Mountain Park area, then please contact me.


Thanks
~Tom~





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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Boggart Hole Clough
Another report from the United Kingdom. Here in America it is commonly reported that Bigfoot will throw rocks at people. Everything from small pebbles to large basketball sized stones. So, what was throwing the rocks at Boggart Hole Clough?


- Start Report -

Name: James *********
Email Address: on file
State: Lancashire
County: Lancashire
Date of Sighting: 2003
Time of Day: Evening - 9PM
Nearest Town: Manchester
Length of Sighting: 5 Minutes
How many Witnesses: 3
Any Photos/Videos: No
Describe sighting in detail:
Boggart's Hole Clough 2003 Stones Thrown
I was living in a area in Manchester called Blackley. Me and my family would often go for walks embracing the beautiful woodlands and surroundings.

Back in 2003 we decided to go for an evening walk in the nearby area of Boggart Hole Clough,
an area with an amazing size to it, wildlife,a pond and even streams, but that was only a part of it.

We arrived at the location at around 9PM, myself, my mum and an ex partner of hers.
As we started to walk along the path, we could hear birds and the common sounds you would expect.
But as we made another step, we had stopped dead in our tracks. The sudden feeling of being watched but due to the darkness in Boggart Hole Clough we couldn't see much, apart from the trees that were pretty much in front of us.

Next thing we knew a small stone landed centimeters in front of us. As my mum's ex began to proceed to walk towards the pathway, another stone was thrown, and then a third.
During this time we felt consistently being watched by somebody or something. It was by the third we knew it was time to go, we left the area.

- End Report -

While, there was not visual sighting of what was throwing the stones, it reminds me of the countless reports here in America which the person reports feeling uneasy or of being watched. Then having rocks threw at them or in some cases hearing grunts and howls.

I think it is safe to assume that Bigfoot behavior is basically the same the world over. You also have to think, that people have been reporting seeing Bigfoot for hundreds of years now all over most parts of the world. They have described the creature to look basically the same no matter where the sighting took place. They describe the same behavioral patterns. You would think that even the toughest skeptic would have to at least consider the possibility. 

Thanks to James for the report!

Thanks
~Tom~







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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Bigfoot tree break
Tree break


This post/report from TCC Team Member Jason Morse.  Jason is a lifelong outdoor enthusiast, trained in wilderness survival tactics, a 26 year martial artist, DJ, EMT and amateur writer. Jason conducts bigfoot field research, witness interviews and more for The Crypto Crew.


 
Tree knocks and stick structures... Bigfoot or not?
By Jason Morse


  Many researchers frequently go out into the woods looking for various evidence of the possibility of a Bigfoot being nearby, or for one that's passed through the area. Lately, some of the common pieces of “evidence” presented are stick structures and audio or video depicting what sounds like a tree being struck by a limb or other piece of a tree.
I want to touch on a couple things that could open the serious researcher's mind.

  I was speaking to a good friend and great researcher, Bruce Barraclough, founder of NEAR (North Eastern Anomalous Research) and he made mention of a few very interesting things. The following will touch on these topics.

  Let's start with the tree knocking....

  I will now pose a question to all the researchers out there. How many of you have been walking through the woods and decide to attempt to elicit a response from a possible Bigfoot by grabbing a stick from the ground and whacking a nearby tree? Most of have at one point or another, I know I have. Now, my point.... When one finds a  limb, stick, etc on the ground, it's usually due to wind breaking a branch, deteriorating of the tree, causing it to break off and fall, and each time I've found one and decided to try a tree knock, I've got one, perhaps two good knocks before the item that I'm using is reduced to toothpicks. Now, I'm not a really small guy, I've been in concrete construction for 20+ years, am over 6 feet tall, and have a relatively decent amount of strength, and I get one , or if I've found a more sturdy stick, two good knocks from it. Now put that same branch, limb, or portion of tree into the hands of a creature that's  over 7 feet tall, weighing 400+ lbs with three or more times the strength of a normal man. I don't think I need to explain what happens. I've talked to other researchers that have decided that picking up a stick and smacking a tree is pointless, because it can only provide a couple knocks, so they go out armed with the handle of an axe or sledgehammer. So how can a creature the size of a Sasquatch accomplish numerous knocks with rotted wood? Simple. Both Bruce and myself have talked about this, and we're in complete agreement that if anything, the knocks are being accomplished by using a rock against a tree or other rock. Rock “clacking” has been reported many times, and I'm tempted to believe that a stone is the only implement that could be used to accomplish this. NOW, next time Bill D. Researcher goes out into the woods, go ahead and find a fallen stick and give it a try, then use a rock. The sound is different, and the rock against a tree causes the sound to travel further, and rock against rock emits a sound that can be heard even further away.

  In the fall and spring, when the mornings are brisk, and the afternoon warms up, the fibers in the tree expand and contract, often causing “snapping” noises, and it's my thought that this is often (not necessarily always) misidentified as a tree knock. Furthermore, in certain areas, finding an adequate sized rock in dense woods isn't the easiest thing to locate.

  So there's some food for thought about tree knocks. Now let's talk about stick structures and tree twists.

  I was contacted by a novice researcher a while back, saying he'd located an amazing stick structure, and I had to check it out, so I met him at the location about an hour's drive from my home, we then trekked out about 2 hours into the woods off trail at a nearby state park. We crested a knoll, and there it was, the mother of all stick structures. Intricately crafted, it had a large horizontal support with smaller branches leaning at a 45 degree angle from the larger tree trunk to the ground, and even smaller branches were weaved in and out of those. I was exited, thinking that there had to be some kind of evidence inside this thing, such as hair, prey remains, etc. So I wasted no time carefully poking my head inside, and looked around inside the 3 foot wide by 7 foot long by 3 foot tall structure, only to be disappointed to find the remains of a small fireplace. Hiker, hardcore camper, or survivalist. Darn. After touching on this subject with Bruce, I started talking with folks from varied walks of life.

  I grew up in Downeast Maine, about 30 miles northeast of Bar Harbor, and most of my friends, family, and others that lived in the area were avid hunters, so I spoke to some of them about this.

  The most interesting guy I talked to, I'll call him Jack, said that he used to go out hunting for a couple days at a time frequently, and at night, he'd often make a rudimentary shelter if the weather got bad, or just to take a nap in. When I mentioned tree twists, he said that he would be walking through the woods, and he'd grab a small limb and give it a  twist and break it in the direction he came from. (He was leaving markers to easily find his way home) He had picked up this technique from his father who'd been shown it by his father. There's 3 generations of tree twists and stick structures in one family in one small area. When multiplied by other old school hunters, trappers, fisherman, campers, or avid outdoors-men, that adds up to a lot of structures and twists.

  Then I talked to a local hunter who's son was in the Boy Scouts of America....

  His son had just received a  badge in camping and survival. He was accompanied by the troop and troop leader on an overnight trek. The troop was instructed to make a shelter to stay out of the wind and weather, then to find his way out. That old hunter''s trick must have proved to be very useful, the troop would break off small branches to show the route they took, and markers were fashioned to show the way back as well.

  Hmm, hunters, outdoors-men, now Boy Scouts... Wait, I'm not done yet.

  I have an acquaintance that has had a difficult time with his life. He's been homeless for reasons that aren't important in this topic. What is important is that he said he'd go to the public library and read about old military tricks to survive in the wild. Yup, you guessed it, branch breaks to find his way, and learned to make structures out of branches, old tarps, whatever was available.

  In closing, the mind HAS to be open to all possibilities when doing Bigfoot research, look at all angles. What could this or that have been, what could have built this or that, and what was that noise coming from?  These should be the first things thought about when you find a couple trees leaning against each other. I'm not in the least saying that a Bigfoot wouldn't do any of these things, one very well might, however, EVERY broken branch, leaning tree, and structure don't mean it's necessarily a Sasquatch.

  Very special thanks to Bruce Barraclough from NEAR for getting me thinking about this, and giving me some info about it. Be safe and smart in the woods, folks. The truth IS out there!
~JM~






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Cuddly Creature vs Murderous Monster
Cuddly Creature VS. Murderous Monster


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.


Bigfoot - Cuddly Creature vs. Murderous Monster


There seems to be two lines of thought concerning bigfoot's personality.  Hollywood and film makers almost always portray Bigfoot as a blood thirsty murderous monster. This has seemed to be pretty much the norm, from the 1970 film Bigfoot to more recent titles like 2009's, Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon. Even good 'ol boy John Schneider from Dukes of Hazard fame got in on the bigfoot films with Snow Beast.  Images and thoughts of a giant murderous monster in the woods has fascinated and frightened almost everyone at some point in their life. In some cases the movies even portray bigfoot as a sex crazed monster.

In most cases, movies about Bigfoot going on killing rampages have not been very good. How can anyone forget the horrible made for TV Syfy movie Bigfoot, oh it had several recognizable names in it, from Alice Cooper to Danny Bonaduce. It also had a much too large, CGI bigfoot. Sometime I wonder if anyone actually made it through the whole film and how such bad scripts even get funded.

Now, before anyone gets all hot and bothered, there have been some movies that portrayed bigfoot in a much better light. Who can forget the lovable film Harry and the Hendersons starring John Lithgow or the more recent Letters from the Big Man.

Rock stacks and Teepees
Various Structures
[Good News! Found out the article was written by Jeffrey Teagle!]

Rock pile & Tee-pee study

It has been long understood fact that tee-pee markers, rock stacks and arch formations are common place during and near bigfoot sightings. What do they mean or better yet; what do they represent? Anyone's guess is a good as the next. But let us look closer. The Native Americans always considered the bigfoot beings a "a people". Similar in appearance but nevertheless a tribe of "swarthy, hairy and overly-large" group of people (or tribe if you will)".


Native Americans knew that these being were primarily nocturnal. In other word's, they chose to show up during the night when others were asleep or getting ready for bed. My theory is that this technique primarily allowed them considerable concealment. Are they using the covertness of dark as a tool "as to not to scare the 'be-Jesus out of others? Or is it simply to come and probe around looking for food and keepsakes?


Creating such things as tee-pees, rock piles or stacks have long since been related to Indian tribes marking the land for passer-byers' as to the locations of water, food sources or safe havens. Would it not be common since that the bigfoot also knew of these techniques and applied them so that other bigfoot would see the tell-tale signs while passing from one area to the next? We have to then ask ourselves where the bigfoot learned these messages or "greeting cards" as I call them. Did American Indians and bigfoot once co-exist peacefully? Did they have learning relationship together at one time?
So...what should we do when we run across these signs? Well, first of all we should document them by photographing, drawing or videoing them. We should then carefully inspect each branch or rock for signs of unusual hair or possible habitation. The last thing one should do is to disassemble any unknown structure realizing that something with an "opposable thumb" had to make them. In other words, something had to have the dexterity to situate these items just so. Which eludes to the fact that these beings are creative. Creative in such a method that only their kind would recognize these signs in the forest (unless you are a researcher and know to look for these items). The typical hiker or woodsman would merely shrug these forms of communication off without giving them a second thought.


 Secondly, we should try to interpret a meaning for these structures. Are they in an area with abundant food? Are they temporary concealed shelter? Are they ritualistic in nature? Look for the thing that should not be there and less so the obvious. Lastly, we should try to better understand why these formations, especially the "tee-pee's" are that particular shape. Why aren't they square? Or round? OR rectangular? Why pyramidal (or conical) in shape? The overall shape in general of tee-pee's is amazing and raises a lot of questions within itself. Why do rock stacks typically start off with large stones from the bottom only to taper off into smaller stones at the top?
- Written by Jeffrey Teagle -


Have you ever ran across anything like this? do you have pictures? We would love to see them.
I personally found a odd rock stack in the middle of the forest while working as a logger. I don't know if it was done by bigfoot or not but it seemed odd to me. Here is a photo of it.

This was very large as well....I would guess on the bottom side it was 6 foot tall or more. We would have never found it but we had to make a logging road to pull trees out and just so happened to go by this rock stack. I questioned what it was at the time but no one knew. I guess it could be an ole Indian rock pile.

Thanks
~Tom~




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[*TCC - Dorraine Fisher is a freelance writer and nature and wildlife enthusiast who has written for many magazines.]
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 Tom
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