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 Post subject: CompressorMike's Research
PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2011 9:42 pm 
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Saturday the 25th me, my son and missionman took a drive north of the memorial weekend site. I have been told of sighting by hunters and other strange things going on. We drove and found a highline crossing the dirt road and got out and walked around. There had not been anything their after the rain. While walking thur a camp sight we found what looked like three tracks that got rained on. We did not hear anything but all this is above creek and looks to be a good starting spot.

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 Post subject: Re: CompressorMike's Research
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Me and my son has been out in the spot we spend a lot of time in this last month checking out some new spots with my new camera.


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 Post subject: Re: Re: CompressorMike's Research
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hi, those pics look like what the sasquatch would make for temporary nests!


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 Post subject: Re: Re: CompressorMike's Research
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especially the one of the tree stump where you placed a tennis ball in the middle of it!!


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Yeah I guess, I guess 800px w would have still been too big for those pics. 640 X 480 is much more manageable. At least they load quickly now.

Anyway, I don't know how common ice storms are in the area those pics were shot in, but we get a lot of bowed trees up here in the New England area and most are caused by ice storms. But I don't know how to explain bowed trees and other tree formations in areas that don't have ice storms though. They could definitely be a sign BF activity. Interesting pictures to say the least...


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 Post subject: Re: CompressorMike's Research
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I put 3 tennis balls out 2 months and number them to where I put them. We camp there alot and hoping that they might show back up during the night. Most of the tree bows have been there for a while, but there is some breaks and new bows there. Just about everytime we have stayed there we have had activity.

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Good luck in this area CompressorMike and son, looks very promising.


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My musty ol' forestry degree tells me those are mostly natural (non-sasquatch) tree breaks and bends. I always look for formations that are made up of multiple tree limbs, like teepees, standing x's and such.


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Well I made a trip back down to S E Okla this weekend to where the group got the photos of two out of three bigfoots. I got in the woods about 10:30 sat morning and went and walked the trail that we seen them on. Things were quite and did not see any animals. I came back to the truck and looked for the cast that Biggjim had made and we had left. After awhile I found it and then pulled out a chair and set and see it anything was going to happen. I made my call to the game warden to see if he had talked to bigfoot Dave. The rest of the day I hit every road and walked some trails hopeing I was going to get a call back. Later I went and got a room and was going to drive the other sections when it got dark. I drove till about 9:00 not seeing or hearing when the fog got so bad you could not see 20ft in front of you. I have photos and video to come.

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 Post subject: Re: CompressorMike's Research
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I went on the Jan expedition in western Ok this weekend. It was quite but we found a few things,this rocks were in the creek bed on our last hike.


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