Saturday, May 31, 2014

What's Up With Me?


Checking in as summer is coming fast. The month of June on Ghost Hunting Theories will be a reposting of my favorite posts for the past six years. It will give you ever subject imaginable. July will be tabloid month. Expect tantalizing headlines and horrifying oddities! 

On my own journey into the unknown, I continue to study up all I can on ancient mysteries to bring together my "giant" theory or the "originators" as I have come to think of them or "predecessors."  

I will also be putting out a lot of books. The list is long. "Paranormal Geeks Gang: Geeks and Ghosts" with my co-author, Julie Ferguson. This is a tween-aged para team of school out casts solving mysteries in a 3-book series. 



"Zombie Housewives of the 1980s" will be the last book in the Zombie Housewives series that spanned the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and lastly the 1980s to cover women's roles and zombie apocalypse scenarios that show nothing can bring a good woman down with lots of art work, capturing each decade in delicious zombie dark humor.  My character (below) is Madison, the yuppie materialistic girl and Julie is Brandi, the girl's band member who is a mall rat.



"Pagan Bloodlust" will be released in June. It is a book in my Erotic Horror line (pseudonym "Anna Melissa). It's a luscious tale that takes place on a mountain in West Virginia where a village of pagans who practice sensually-based magic have found themselves encircled by a cursed forest as Samhain approaches. 

There are several more of my own books coming out after these. It will be a nonstop year of writing.


In June, Julie and I will be making a trek to my home state of Virginia and to my childhood home, the setting of my book "Growing Up With Ghosts." We are also heading down to Southern Virginia to my childhood summer home and some time on the waterfront where there are lots of creepy mysteries we are going to chase. We will be photographing and videotaping and blogging about it along the way, so expect lots of updates on some strange mysteries, pirate ghosts, ghost lights, cemeteries, lighthouses, and lots of weird unexplained things and tons and tons of abandoned sites - you know how we live to URBEX! I will be sharing a great deal of videos on here from the trek to show you abandoned sites, historic sites, sites on the water, haunted and notorious sites too.

Life is very busy but also very rewarding. I can truly thank the readers of GHT for over the years believing in my mission to bring fun, curiosity and new angles to the subjects of the unexplained. This is a great swashbuckling summer of fun on the blog and in my personal adventures too. Expect me to put my spin on it!


Bestiality and Aliens In Very Ancient Cave Art?


Source:  As one of only a handful of Australian sites that has been reliably dated to beyond 45,000 years, Nawarla Gabarnmang is a significant and increasingly well-known site, both in Australia and internationally. Excavations at this site, which began in 2010, have brought to light some of the oldest currently known evidence for ground edge axe technology (Geneste et al. 2010) and pigment use specifically for art (David et al. 2013).. However, the compelling archaeological stories being told below the ground are equally matched by those above it. The visually stunning nature of this shelter, which is quite literally covered in rock art, rivals some of the best known rock art sites in the world.







The Wandjinas to the aborigines were the rain and cloud spirits. Look a lot like alien greys, eh?  They were painted near water holes, no doubt to attract more water in the dought-stricken areas of Australia. They do look strangely like the alien greys and it makes you wonder of all the faces in the world to pray to bring you water - why these?

 


Then there is this odd piece of erotica below that shows a littl fella with long skinny legs taking this lizard-faced person on all four. Erotic-based cave art is not that unusual but perhaps the way these were designed are just a bit stylized to almost look like anthropomorphs of some kind.







All of this weirdness aside, this is a truly amazing find and the question remains as they just being to pour over it (can only be accessed by helicopter it's so remote on the Jawoyn People's land in Northern Australia) just what else they might find and hopefully document in full light so we can all see it and not try to squirrel away any OOPART items (out of place/out of time).



Friday, May 30, 2014

Tragic and Odd Mummies From Around the World


Bog Mummy

Bog mummies have been found around the world. Bogs seem to create the ideal conditions to preserve bodies. 

Here's some interesting listings of bog bodies found around the world under unusual circumstances.  


ARGENTINA



Juanita "La Doncella"

She was believed to be sacrificed 500 years ago in a ceremony for the corn festival with other children who were found within a volcano in 1999.


EGYPT



Antjou (Egyptian mummy)

This mummy was thought to be a wealthy landowner.

Yeah, those red-haired mummies show up again - even in Egypt.  



Source:  Racially speaking, the inhabitants of Egypt 

at this period in time were separated into three groups.


Skeletal evidence from grave sites show that the original 

White Mediterraneans and Proto-Nordics were in a majority 

in the area.  A well preserved body found in a sand grave in 

Egypt dating from approx 3000 BC is on display in the British

Museum in London with the nickname "Ginger" for his red 

hair.





 CHINA


 Taklamakan mummy (China desert)

Let's talk a little about the "Tarim Mummies" found in the Tarim Basin (HINT - Ancient Giants Loved lakes and basins are dried up lake beds). This find was especially unusual and the called them "Europoid physical type whose closest affiliation is to the Bronze Age populations of southern Siberia, Kazakhstan, Central Asia, and the Lower VolgaIo."

When you hear the descriptions, some buttons are going to go off for you and as I believe Asia was the origin of the giants, this really intrigues me. 

SOURCE:  Notable mummies are the tall, red-haired "Chärchän man" or the "Ur-David" (1000 BCE); his son (1000 BCE), a small 1-year-old baby with brown hair protruding from under a red and blue felt cap, with two stones positioned over its eyes; the "Hami Mummy" (c. 1400–800 BCE), a "red-headed beauty" found in Qizilchoqa; and the "Witches of Subeshi" (4th or 3rd century BCE), who wore 2-foot-long (0.61 m) black felt conical hats with a flat brim. Also found at Subeshi was a man with traces of a surgical operation on his abdomen; the incision is sewn up with sutures made of horsehair.


This blond female mummy found in 1989 in the Taklamakan Desert in China was 3000 years old and believed to have been a sacrifice. Interestingly, the mummies dug up on Catalina Island in California had blond hair and showed women and children sacrifices.  



The baby buried in the same grave was believed to be a sacrifice buried alive.


This female was braided and wearing finely woven garments (remember that fine weaving in the characteristics of the "originators" race?) These people were believed to have created the infamous silk roads, bringing horses, saddles, Buddhism and metal work to China. Her red hair and tall stature were assumed to be European. 



 

Source:  Meanwhile, Yingpan Man, a nearly perfectly preserved 2,000-year-old Caucasoid mummy,  discovered in 1995 in the region that bears his name, has been seen as the best preserved of all the undisturbed mummies that have so far been found.

Yingpan Man not only had a gold foil death mask -- a Greek tradition -- covering his blonde bearded face, but also wore elaborate golden embroidered red and maroon garments with seemingly Western European designs.

His nearly 2.00 meter (six-foot, six-inch) long body is the tallest of all the mummies found so far and the clothes and artifacts discovered in the surrounding tombs suggest the highest level of Caucasoid civilization in the ancient Tarim Basin region.


CONCLUSION

Ultimately, its becomes obvious that there were some dirty dealings among primitive people with sacrifices and these tall red and blond folks running about in the thousands of years BC with advanced knowledge. How does this all work together with the "originator" culture? Well, the coloring and height and technology fit, but not necessarily with the skull shapes from what I can tell on these photos. So, perhaps the races between earlier man were much more diverse than we assumed that there were races from Homo Erectus in Asia that left long before Homo Sapiens emerged from Africa and these breeds of folks from Neanderthal, Denisovan, and others, were interbreeding and creating hybridized and intelligent folks. It's my sincere hope that scientists go with open minds to find the truth of their origins. It seems if there is hair, there should be DNA....



 

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Sasquatch Witness Report



**Note: This is another expert observation by Karl Sup who has been sharing with us his experience and knowledge in the field.**

Sasquatch Sighting (Daytime) #2
Mogollon Rim, Arizona, 2010-05-25 1:15PM


On Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 two excited Arizona BFRO Investigators contacted me to let me know they had found what they believed to be baby Sasquatch footprints in the focus area of our group research, not far from the location of my October 14, 2009 night vision sighting. This area is closed off from vehicular travel from mid-November until late-April or early-May typically due to snowfall. The roads had just opened up the day before due to the heavy winter snows this area endured. Knowing that my previous sighting was of a female subject, they jokingly said, ‘maybe she had a baby!’ They informed me that they were able to cast three out of the 15-20 prints that were found there in the creek bed mud.  Feeling very excited to cast the remaining prints, if any, I picked up a large quantity of Ultracal 30 on Monday morning, and took the next day off work to hit the road.

I arrived in the area at 10:30am and parked as close as I could to the longitude and latitude coordinates the investigators had provided to me. It was about 57F heading up to 68F that day. I got out of my SUV, and loaded my pack with tools, water and casting materials separated into Ziploc bags; each bag containing enough Ultracal 30 to cast one 17” adult footprint. I strapped this hefty pack on my back and started hiking alone into the canyon complex. I wasn't even 50 yards from the SUV when I heard a rapping sound of three consecutive taps. I stopped and listened quietly, assuming that since it was daytime it must be a woodpecker. I walked another 30 feet, and another set of rapping occurred. This pattern continued for the next 5 minutes, and followed my path. After getting into the canyon complex I heard the same rapping again, only this time I could easily distinguish that it was the contact sound a rock on rock clacking. Having heard this on at least six other occasions, I was surprised that this Sasquatch was out during the day. I walked another 100 feet into the meadow at the base of the canyon and heard the triplet clacking two more times
Another 50 feet of linear hiking north in the canyon brought the biggest surprise. A LOUD, deafening tree knock occurred to the west of my position up on top of the ridge. I stopped dead in my tracks and turned to look up the hill towards the direction of the knock, but could see nothing. I estimated the knock occurred within 150 feet of my position. My attention was drawn quickly back to the north. Thick brush about 200 feet directly in front of me began to sway, crack and crash in at least three separate locations. Three individuals (unseen) moved quickly from the brush in the canyon floor area straight up the ridge to the west. I stood there for a few minutes to allow them some space, glanced to my left to the top of the ridge where the knock came from, nodded my head, and then continued down the canyon to the print location. 


(Bedding Area. In this region of Arizona, Sasquatch appear to prefer Douglas Fir boughs. The branches from this tree fall had been arranged and placed and optimal angles to allow privacy and comfort. I will go into more depth on Sasquatch structures in a separate chapter.)






I arrived at the coordinates at 11:17am, but there was nothing there but quad tracks. After examining the site and surrounding area, I determined I had been given the coordinates of where my friend’s quads had been parked. I spent the next 80 minutes in disappointment looking for these prints from that central point and could not locate them. The closest cell phone reception was a hike back out and a 4 mile drive away or I would have called my friends, then and there, for different coordinates. I did find and cast some prints in a shallow, muddy area; but nothing that resembled the area in their photographs. One of the tracks had toe impressions from a left foot. They were much larger than the petite baby feet (see photo of my friend’s cast below).



I reassembled my backpack and prepared to head back south through the canyon toward the SUV. The original plan had been to use up all of the casting material and water at that destination coordinates, but instead I was packing it all out again. At 7605’ elevation, I knew that I would need some stamina for the hike out. I saved out a bottle of water, some trail mix and jerky and found a nice ledge near the trickling creek. The silence in the forest was only broken up by light breezes that rocked the tree tops. I assumed I was still being watched closely.

With the toe cast dry, I headed back out. Before entering the canyon I had set a GPS waypoint for the SUV’s location. Rarely have I ever needed to navigate back with referencing it again, relying on landmarks, but the canyon splits a few times and uncertainty crept into my thoughts. I stopped in the middle of the open canyon floor, took off my pack and dug out the GPS. While I was waiting for the GPS unit to connect to the satellites, a loud branch snap was heard to the west from my location up the ridge. As I turned to look up the hill I caught a glimpse for a second of something taking two steps in stride behind a thicket of dense brush, traveling north to south. The sighting was so quick, that I wasn't sure if it was an elk or a Sasquatch. The mass was too tall and large to have been a bear or a deer. My mind was racing. I reasoned that IF it was an elk and that I had somehow spooked it, while quietly standing there, that it would have continued running away. I've seen plenty of spooked elk while hiking through the forests of Arizona; however I did find it interesting that it quickly moved at the turn of my head. I also considered that if it was a Sasquatch, it would continue to remain hidden to observe me. So I casually set down my GPS and dug my digital SLR camera from my pack sitting on the ground.


(View from where the Sasquatch was observing me)

It was about 1:15pm by this time. I held the large Canon EOS in my right hand, took the lens cap off, and slipped it into my pocket and took a deep breath. I turned and started to walk toward the dense brush patch near the top of the ridge up the hill. I had only shortened the distance by two or three steps in that direction when a Sasquatch exploded from the brush and sprinted back to the north along the ridgeline. The subject was a large male with incredible bulk; at least 8 feet tall (based on measurements taken later using landmark references). His speed was shocking and smooth. The sun was shining through the trees along the ridge that backlit him as he ran. My viewpoint was limited to 'slices' in between the tree trunks. The sun brilliantly shone through his hair with a brownish-orange hue, and it bounced and flowed with each step. The distance he covered was about 100 feet before reaching the denser brush and crashing through it. I was standing in the meadow about 100 feet from that ridgeline, and 40 feet in elevation below. From my perspective he covered the distance of his retreat in about two seconds. I was close enough to hear the WHOMP-WHOMP-WHOMP of the foot falls and heaving, deep breaths. His eruption from the vegetation was so fast and surprising that by the time I overcame my initial shock and started to raise and level my camera, he was gone.


(Old logging road from the 1950’s heading north in the canyon)

After he vanished, I stood there stunned for about 15 seconds. The crashing of vegetation had stopped after the first 5 seconds; the forest fell silent and still. I gathered my wits and started running up the steep hill to the ridgeline where it had been. I reached the thicket on the ridge, but found no real disturbance in the forest litter that I would expect from something so large launching into a run at that velocity. The litter was disturbed and flattened, but no prints were visible. As I was hunched over examining each flattened area closely, I suddenly became aware of the stupidity of charging up the hillside by myself, alone, and some amount of paranoia started to creep in. I picked up my camera and headed back down the hill, collected my things and returned to the SUV.

I had never heard of the ‘sentinel’ concept prior to this sighting. I did however get to experience one first hand. It seemed to me that his family was asleep and was not heeding his rock clack signals, so he had to tree knock to wake them up. If he had not done that I was on a direct line to walk right past the bedding area. After seeing the tremendous speed and agility of a Sasquatch running at a full sprint, even for such a brief duration, I can see how easily and quickly they can evade us. I can also understand how they could take down an elk or deer. If a Sasquatch truly wanted someone in the woods, it would have us before we could react based on strength and speed alone. This sighting actually has given me some peace when I am out on a night investigation, knowing that their intentions are not to harm us, but to scare us off to protect their families. I remind myself that every time I get rocks and sticks tossed in my direction. We are the intruders in their home, and we need to maintain and display respect.


 Karl Sup is a software architect, developer and analyst, and an avid Bigfoot researcher working in the mountains of Arizona for many years.  During this research and in other states including Maryland and Wisconsin, he has been fortunate enough to interact with and view multiple subjects over the years. Karl also has had decades of audio analysis and editing experience, and assisted in helping M.K. Davis clean up and enhance audio from VHS tapes he has been studying and discovered the presence of infrasound within those recordings.

 

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Village Found Of A Race Of Little People?


Source:  In 2005, a small mummified body was found in Iran in a village called Makhunik.  The dwarf sized mummy was almost 10 inches long.  Many looked at the architecture and made an assumption this had to be a city of dwarves. Archaeologists tried to dispute the notion when it went public. Another researcher said that it was a premature baby that was mummified. After being examined, it was determined the mummy was that of someone about 16 or 17 years old. Reports are that the items and the city itself were built of a scale that seemed off and would be ideal for a population of Lilliputians. Oddly, it was found the citizens covered their doors with mud and fled. It would appear they expected to return.



(Village above - rather small, eh?)

I recently wrote about the Littlefoots in America found in a large population in Tennessee.  -
Referred to as "pygmies," these skeletons were found buried in crypts just outside of Sparta, Tennessee in the County of White and reported in the Nashville Whig in June 1820. These graves had many bodies, all of them quite small. 
Some of the crypts were as small as 18 inches by 12 inches. The first grave was 2 feet long and inside the small skeleton and its teeth had the researcher wondering if it was canine or monkey. He had them sent off to be examined. 

They were buried with care in a stone crypt and had shells and urns with them. The bones were so old they crumbled quite easily. One skull the examiner held up was 5" across from side to side. Most individuals were from 18 inches to 2 feet 10 inches long. One find was a 5 foot 5 inch individual found with the smaller ones. The taller skeleton had a head that was longer, eyes much wider asunder, the forehead much higher above the eyebrows, and the under jaw measured one inch longer on each side than the smaller fellows. Atop the head of one skull had bright silver grey fine hairs. 

There was great dissimilarity in skull shapes, the size and shape of the bones, and looked to belong to different tribes of people. Just 8 miles away, a 7-foot giant was found. These finds were packaged and sent for examination in Nashville. The prevailing opinion was that they were not children. No 1 skull belonged to some carnivorous animal of the canine genus; but that the skull belonged on an adult person of small size, not much exceeding 3 feet in length. Cylindrical bones and teeth appeared canine. Others gave the same odd opinion.

On an unusual side
 



A man in Connecticut thought there were fairies talking to him and built a village for them in the woods.



The Predescessors: Key Characteristics of Ancient Giant Cultures



There are likely many more cultures that parallel each other with certain characteristics in separate locations. What is interesting to see is that perhaps a more advanced culture first resided in an region that was ousted from the area by locals who commandeered the knowledge getting credit as "natives" for something an original culture of the region actually began.

Paracas: (also known as the elongated skull people of Peru)
an Andean society between approximately 800 BCE and 100 BCE, with an extensive knowledge of irrigation and water management. Interestingly, the Nazca culture took over the region after the Paracas (magically) right when the Paracas went bye-bye around 100 BC. Hmm (*an ousted race replaced by the ousters?)

HoHoKam:  In North America, the Hohokam were the only culture to rely on irrigation canals to water their crops, and their irrigation systems supported the largest population in the Southwest by AD 1300 when they then disappeared off the radar. Archaeologists working at a major archaeological dig in the 1990s in the Tucson Basin,  discovered their possible "ancestors." (source "what we’re doing now is stripping off those canals. We stripped below them to a lower cultural horizon that dates from about 1250 B.C. to around 1150 B.C., 1100. along the Santa Cruz River), identified a culture and people that were ancestors of the Hohokam that might have occupied southern Arizona as early as 2000 BC."  (*Is it possible that this culture just found in the Tucson Basin referred to as possible ancestors for HoHoKam might have actually been predecessors?)

Lovelock Cave:  Amazing tule woven duck decoys and other items were found in Lovelock cave in the early 1900s along with the giant skeletons the Paiutes reported their ancestors burning to death in the cave long ago. An unusual skull was hidden away in the basement of a museum and the tule items on display as reportedly Paiute work.

Source:  Anasazi have been dated back to 12,000 BCE. The latter culture in this region were the Chacoan people who began in the mid 800s and lasted more than 300 years. We can see it clearly in the grand scale of the architecture. Using masonry techniques unique for their time, they constructed massive stone buildings (Great Houses) of multiple stories containing hundreds of rooms much larger than any they had previously built. The buildings were planned from the start, in contrast to the usual practiced of adding rooms to existing structures as needed. Constructions on some of these buildings spanned decades and even centuries. Although each is unique, all great houses share architectural features that make them recognizable as Chacoan.... What was at the heart of this great social experiment? Pueblo descendants say that Chaco was a special gathering place where many peoples and clans converged to share their ceremonies, traditions, and knowledge. Chaco is central to the origins of several Navajo clans and ceremonies. Chaco is also an enduring enigma for researchers. Was Chaco the hub of a turquoise-trading network established to acquire macaws, copper bells, shells, and other commodities from distant lands? Did Chaco distribute food and resources to growing populations when the climate failed them? Was Chaco "the center place," binding a region together by a shared vision? We may never fully understand Chaco.


Repeatedly, these things are found at the sites of ancient giant skeleton finds - 

Intricate weaving
Animal effigies, both carved into bowls and pipes and as petroglyphs in rock and geoglyphs on the land
Copper mining areas
Waterways, major lakes/rivers with access to ocean often
Elongated skulls with prominent brow ridges
Mounds that appear like sawed off pyramids
Sarcophagi, stone burial coffins
Adornment with shells, freshwater pearls
Astronomical alignment stone structures
Unusually built structures ahead of their time
Bones found in caves
Heiroglyphs that to some look known languages around the world
Signs of cannibalism
Bodies adorned with red ochre at death

This all gets quite murky when one considers that native cultures have adopted almost all of these characteristics into their heritage. It becomes more difficult to pick apart where the giant culture began the process and where the tribes that moved in took over the giant culture's arts and technology and over time made it their own. 

The ironic thing is that we see these universal features in "Native" groups around the globe and they cropped up simultaneously from stone megaliths to human sacrifice, language to use of metals. Either you can believe that, separated by continents, prehistoric man was developing nearly identical technology and arts, or they were influenced by something that was there when they arrived- a universally spread race of primitive-looking people who took their knowledge from perhaps Asia and spread it around the world as they took to the seas to conquer and settle.

My stand on this subject is that this ancient giant culture evolved ahead of homo sapiens (likely a branch of homo erectus) and began all this world travel by sea and industry, taking its knowledge to new places. Then, perhaps a hundred thousands years later, when homo sapiens arrived into these regions, they took on these sites of the giants, likely after skirmishes and wars with these carnivorous kind. This allows for newer and less "artful" versions of reverse engineering what the "originators" did.

What we are likely to see archaeologists mulling over is lesser creations beside better creations, half built sites, crude attempts at recreations nearby, or even "natives" taking on the building and adopting credit by their ancestors.

I believe such things have been found at places like the pyramids and Easter Island, as well as Mexico, Central and South America.

In fact, if you go down the list of characteristics of ancient giant cultures, you also come to realize, these were their contributions to mankind that followed.




Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Paranormal Geeks Radio Tonight - Larry Stone!


Tonight on Paranormal Geeks Radio the special guest is Larry Stone. Larry Stone is an author and publisher. The Story of the Bible was a finalist for both the ECPA Christian Book Award and Retailers Choice Award and named “One of the 10 best Christian books of the year” by Assist News Service. He also wrote Women of the Bible (Hudson).

After helping build the successful book division of Thomas Nelson Publishers, he co-founded Rutledge Hill Press, best known for having published Life’s Little Instruction Book—the only book to be #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in hardcover and paperback at the same time. He has published more than a dozen New York Times bestsellers.

A graduate of Moody Bible Institute and University of Iowa, Larry has studied at the New York University Graduate School of Business Administration, taught writing seminars in Africa, America, and the Caribbean, and was recently executive director of KidShape, a non-profit that helps overweight children and their families become more healthy.


The show is on 9 pm EST/8 pm/Central/6 pm Pacific.

 






Evidence Of Ancient Giants of New England

(Dighton Rock, Massachusetts)


 (Dighton Rock today)



(Sketch of the inscriptions on Dighton Rock) 

Dighton rock is a 40 ton boulder found in the Taunton River where it was deposited long ago. The inscriptions are believed to be 10,000 to 13,000 years old - smack dab in the Dynasty of the Giants era - at a waterway - in land where they were dug up in Massachusetts, typical stone carvings that they performed. In fact, it shows signs of that famous universal language I recently discussed.  Theories so far are in the 17th Century a belief it was American Indians, in the18th Century it was considered to be  Phoenician, 19th Century theory was Norse, in the 20th Century the thought was it was Portuguese.  

First, let's establish Ancient Giant presence in the area - 

I will now add my 21st Century theory: Ancient Giants Culture. Along waterways, stone geoglyphs, and giants found in that region

Source: History of the Town of Middleboro Mass, 1906
   "A few years ago when the highway was straightened and repaired, remains were found. When the skeleton measured by Dr. Morll Robinson and others, it was found that the thigh bone was four inches longer than that bone in an ordinary man, and that he had a double row of teeth in each jaw.  His height must have been at least seven feet and eight inches."




CLUES:  Evidence of Ancient Giants' possible structure and presence in the region of Massachusetts - 

More on Dighton Rock


Mystery Hill

 

Source:  In as early as the 1600s, colonists were finding odd structures in New England.  Source:  Mystery Hill, the Upton Cave, Calendar I and Calendar II, Gungywamp and Druid�s Hill are just several of the names given some incredibly important historical sites of which many have never heard a whisper. 


Mystery Hill megalith in New Hampshire consists of stone structures found around a 30-acre area and often referred to popularly as "America's Stonehenge."  

More on Mystery Hill 

Bourne Stone




 (Bourne Stone from Massachusetts) 

The Bourne stone is a 300 pound piece of pink granite with interesting carvings on it. The stone is held by the historical society and was used for some time carelessly as a doorstop at one location. Legend says it was placed upside down so the local indians would not fear the writing. Some believe it to be runes, others say it is not Norse. Another theory was that it was Portuguese. I am so happy that in America so many old writings point to so many other cultures that no one can agree where the writing originated. That sort of universality to me smacks of the Ancient Ones' writing that was the universal language, therefore open to interpretation as any archaic language.

More on the Bourne Stone

Newspaper Reports
  








It would seem that New England, like Nevada/California/Arizona and the Ohio Valley was just as susceptible to unusual finds, unusual language that appears to look like many languages (signs of a universal language), Indian legends of giants, strange stone structures, and giant skeletons. 

It is time to relook at the very early Viking arrival claims, the supposed ancient Hebrew in America or Oogham symbols found her and the like. We need to start looking at these characters as signs of a language that started all other languages. It's like looking at a lineage. If you look at me and look at my mother and grandmother, you see similar features. We see these characters and see similarities to other languages. They have their own style from their own influences around the world, but they all were born from the same lineage.

Next adventure; to look at stone structures throughout history and which were the ancients and which were homo sapiens mimicry.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Tribute to Bobbie Short




Note:  This post is written by Steve Summar, a dear friend of Bobbie's who would like to express her contribution to the field of Sasquatch research.

Bobbie Short, the First Lady of Sasquatchery...

A year ago Sasquatchery lost a precious and very special advocate for the recognition of, and protection from harassment of the Sasquatch Peoples.

On May 16, 2013...Ms. Bobbie Short, passed away unexpectedly from complications involving food poisoning.

Bobbie's untimely passing was/is tragic on many levels, there has never been a more staunch advocate for and supporter of the Sasquatch Peoples.  Her deeds, perseverance, volunteerism and contributions have touched so many lives, and will echo throughout eternity.

Bobbie published a free monthly newsletter for over 13 years.  Her website..."Bigfoot Encounters", remains a fitting tribute to her many splendid accomplishments, an unrivaled archive of all things Sasquatch related. 

She quietly supported researchers with funding, and provided networking for those respectful and protective of the enigmatic Sasquatch Peoples.  She self funded personal expeditions, in the jungles of Borneo, and the mountains of Tibet, alone with a native guide, and more courage than any woman I have ever known.


From her obituary...

Roberta E. Short, 76, of El Cajon, California, passed away on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego, California. She was born on October 26, 1936 to parents Lou Eardley and Virginia Burke in San Diego, where she lived most of her life and enjoyed being a housewife and raising three children. Surviving are two daughters, Kim Britton, Shannon Short and one son, Todd Johnson all living in San Diego. She is also survived by one sister, Carol Roeux of Arizona. Roberta will also be missed by her three grandchildren, Chris Millet, Nicholas Johnson and Hayden Jones, of San Diego, California.  

A special note to Chris....thank you for maintaining, Bigfoot Encounters, I'm sure Bobbie is very proud of you.

Bobbie was much more than a close friend, I loved her...she is gone, but not forgotten...and like her many friends and family...I miss her deeply.

live and let live...



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