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 Post subject: Chase After a Wild Man
PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 12:22 pm 
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‎Michelle Lizotte Szinavel‎ wrote:
The Salem Daily News
Thursday, November 28, 1889
Chase After a Wild Man
Bellefontaine, O., Nov. 28.-A wild man has been living in the dense woods near the Miami River below the Lewiston reservoir all summer. He has been frequently seen, scantily dressed, with unkempt hair and beard of great length. He was chased by a party of hunters Tuesday, but fled with great swiftness into a dense swamp and was lost. People in the vicinity are greatly excited over the affair.


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 Post subject: Re: Chase After a Wild Man
PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 11:05 am 
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number one, it's not wise to chase after an unknown creature Wildman/bigfoot because chances are there is at least one more of them not too far behind. If they can dismantle elk, deer. pigs, cows, even bears....then it would be extremely easy for it to rip you apart.

second, this thing got up and ran from these hunters that had to be pretty close to it that they thought they could catch it, and yet it got up and escaped them with ease running into a wilderness /swampy area.

don't care how well you know the woods there but running through any woods is ill advised as you can trip and impale yourself on a broken off tree limb, fall and break your leg, sprain your ankle, get all kinds of cuts and bruises, stab your eye on a limb, slip and fall on rocks, have wildlife mistake you for prey or food ,


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 Post subject: Re: Chase After a Wild Man
PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:45 pm 
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I'm sure their great great great great grandchildren would love to hear your advice. Lol.


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