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 Post subject: Knocks
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:28 am 
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You know how sometimes when you enter the woods you get a knock from the Locals

The other day a friend of mine was in far SW Arkansas by Miller Lake
and when he entered the woods he heard 2 knocks (very close to his position)
and he responded with 2 and got a 2nd set of 2 in return and then nothing more.

Of all the times..when we enter the woods
and we hear 1 or 2 knocks from the locals

What are your thoughts...
What do they mean when they knock once ??
and what do they mean when they knock twice ??

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 Post subject: Re: Knocks
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:34 am 
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Has anyone thought to leave a recorder on when leaving? The recorder could tell if any wood knocks happened for the "all clear".

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I have experienced the "notifcation" wood knocks arrival and or departure ones several times and Yes sometimes recorded. This was fairly consistant in areas far apart too. Big Jim can testify to one last year at the BBQ


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In my primary research area I have experienced knocks of this nature, one knock when I enter a specific wooded area and 2 knocks when I leave and they occasionally respond to wood knocks and rock clacks but not often.


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 Post subject: Re: Knocks
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I would imagine that knocks mean different things in diferent parts of country

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 Post subject: Re: Knocks
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I personally think is a warning that someone is in the area or one reason after you knockback no more knocks. And the more you knock the less you hear him they don't need to know where the others are they know what to relating in the KNOCK is someone else's here and I have a eye on them. If you walk into the woods and here one knock turn around and walk back out of the woods and you might here to knocks that would prove that this is what there doing. Something to think about , at least try it to confirm the meaning.


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 Post subject: Re: Knocks
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I think it is a warning also.


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 Post subject: Re: Knocks
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But after thinking I wonder if they are telling each other where you are going, dont know but I have thought about this.


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i wish i knew.Ive had knocks answered in areas i didnt think there would be anything.Ive pulled over on the side of the road and shut the engine off and listened on hwy 59 around a bridge named bayou something in TX and gotten four fast knocks.And had single knocks for just walking in the woods.Prolly just an alert of some sort i guess.


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