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 Post subject: 4-7-2017 Honobia OK Thermal Video
PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:17 pm 
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‎Richard Taylor‎

My passion is sharing field research material with people who personally know they exist from field experiences. I have no desire to submit evidence or proof to a skeptic. They will believe what they choose to believe no matter what is shared.
I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but I sometimes think these rude inconsiderate people are just government monitors intentionally stirring the pot. Just my unproven opinion.
With that said, I have attached a video with picture clips from a field research trip last year in southeast Oklahoma. There were 5 newbies with me and the Big Guys were really messing with us. The Big Guys had to be rolling with delight watching the newbies reactions.
I watched one guy jump 3 feet into the air when a softball sized rock landed about a foot behind him with a loud thud all in near pitch-dark conditions. Another time, two guys were resting against both sides of a large oak tree when a broken 3-foot pine branch about 3 inches in diameter smacked against the trunk right between them. It had enough force to be spinning on the ground after the hit.
There was a thick canopy of trees and heavy brush at ground level and we never heard these moving objects come in to us. How they thread this stuff through limbs and leaves with superb accuracy never ceases to amaze me!!! I know the guys thought I was a bit crazy chuckling at all this, but I have seen this time and again. If they really wanted to hit you with the stuff, you’d never see it coming until it smacked you upside the head. I’ve heard a few stories of people being hit but not many.
The thermal video shows one guy pausing behind on the trail, using a small penlight to view a stick structure. We were being paralleled by heavy footfalls and movements, but the thick brush blocked my thermal view of them.
One of the Big Guys moved further away from us and I briefly caught part of him with the camera as I was watching the researcher move toward us. The subject is partially blocked out by limbs, but the thermal signature was solid-no clothing lines.
I think the video speaks for itself. Enjoy!


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