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Hiking At Camp Blanton

We spent the better part of a day hiking at Camp Blanton. We show you the famous Knobby Rock, and the labyrinth known as The Maze. By the end of the day we had logged almost 9 miles of trekking through this 100 year old forest.

Here is some info about Blanton Forest and Camp Blanton.
Blanton Forest is located on Pine Mountain in Harlan County and is the largest old growth forest known in Kentucky.

Blanton Forest is named in honor of former owners Grover and Oxie Blanton. The Blantons purchased the land in 1928 and passed it on to their daughters with the understanding that it would never be logged.

Here is our video of our hike.

I recently posted a video of two black bears fighting it out in the woods. But that was not all I caught on my game camera that was pretty interesting. While game cameras seem to have a very hard time capturing Bigfoot, they do from time to time capture some unique moments of known wildlife.

Game cameras can provide us a look at wildlife behavior that we rarely, if ever, get to see. Theses cameras also let us know what type of animals are visiting our area. So, while we may not catch a bigfoot very often, they are still a useful and fun tool to use during research.

This next video I want to share with everyone is of a very large and curious rat, sometimes these are call mountain rats by locals. In the video you will see this big fella climbing on a tree next to the game camera. The rat later jumps to the tree the game cam is on and his curious nature gets the best of him as he starts smacking the lock that is on the game cam. This particular game cam, a Browning, not only records video but also sound. While you can't see the rat playing with the lock, you sure can hear it.

Check out the video

The Age Of Aquarius And Why Astrology Is More Significant Than We Think

By Dorraine Fisher

Yes, it’s true. We’re slipping into the fabled Age of Aquarius. Astrologers believe it probably started back in 2012 when many people thought the world was ending. But was it just the end of a cosmic cycle?

I’m one of those, like many, that have considered astrology to be an amusing source of entertainment over the years. Something not to be taken too seriously. But the more I study it and watch what goes on in the world and with the people in it, I realize there might be something more to it.

Scientists will tell you that our astrological position in the cosmos has nothing to do with our personality or any of our birthrights. And in the past, that stance seemed perfectly logical to me. But that was before I really started listening to astrologers and started to think about it in a different way.

Let me first state that I'm not talking about people who are skeptical or those with legitimate questions. I'm referring to those who are absolute about Bigfoot not being real.

Before I go any further with my thoughts and ramblings, let me first give you an example that happened only a few days ago.
Monster Snake
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.

Real or Fake - 15 Foot Eastern Brown Snake

This is another viral type post on social media. It is reportedly the largest Eastern Brown Snake ever recorded in one version of the tale. The length of an average size brown snake is about 5.5 feet but this monster is said to be 15 foot long!
The social post claims it was caught near a golf course at Caloundra, Queensland, Australia. The post about the snake is normally accompanied by 2 or 3 photos and the message "Golf anyone?" Two of the photos are the one above and a close up of the snake's mouth and teeth. Here is that photo.
The other version of the story is of a 15 foot Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake being caught south of Jacksonville, FL.

As you can see this is very scary, but is it Real or Fake?

There is a dual answer here, the photos are for sure REAL but in the Australian version it claims to be a Brown snake and that it's from Australia . Both of these claims are FAKE.

The snake featured in the social media post is a Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake that was actually caught at St. Augustine, Florida back in 2009. The snake was only about 7 foot long and not 15 foot as the post claims.

Of course the snake does look really large but that is due to forced perspective.
The forced perspective technique manipulates our human perception with the use of optical illusions to make objects appear larger, smaller, farther, or closer than they actually are. Here is an example.

REAL or FAKE = Mixed

The photos of the snake are REAL but the size and stories about them are mostly FAKE. In the American version some of the statistics about the snakes, including weight, are pulled out of the air.


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