Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Whatever It is, It Is Strong

This is the reporting by a Bigfoot researcher of an ongoing study in the Southern part of the United States in a very large park area near homes and urban setting.


Journal Volume #3
Field Visit #26
Sunday June 26, 2016

I arrived at the parking lot 3:40 PM. The temperature was 89 and partly cloudy. There was rain in the area. Later, while in site 1B it rained for awhile. This was a short visit so the small amount of photos. Here's my photo observations from this visit.

I made it over to the entry and headed to the pipes. I noticed nothing new with my previous set-up. I moved on to the deeper area.

#1. thru #4. Wow. When I got over to the balls buckets, the white bucket on the woods side was torn off the tree with balls scattered all over the immediate area. ????

#5. and #6. The red paint can was found on the ground beneath the map case holding the paint cans.???? In #5, next to the map case is a drawings sheet with a spot of red paint on the bottom corner. ???? This can be seen clearly when zoomed.

#7. A close photo of the paint cans in the map case.

#8. I added the 3 paint cans into the tire rim opening.

#9. I noticed the yellow tire has been moved from center of the tree crook to off center.????

#10. I moved the tire back to center of the tree crook.

#11. and #12. Food wrappers scattered around the site.????

#13. Food items for the bucket.

#14. All food items taken and the rock left in the bucket.?????

#15. I added the food items into the bucket and put the large, blue rock on top of the bucket.

#16. I made this ground glyph and added the rocks. This is on the small path leading to the food bucket.

#17. I decided to add the large red rock on top of the food items.

#18. and #19. Back over to the pipes, I added a water meter cover and the 4 balls.

I left the site approximately 5 PM. Looking forward to the next visit.

This concludes field report #26 for Sunday June 26, 2016.

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