Monday, May 6, 2019

Habituation Situation: They Understand the Camera!



Every Monday on Ghost Hunting Theories I continue to archive what I consider to be one of the most significant habituation situations documented by researchers. As the series continues along, field notes, photos, audio and video will be revealed on a massive scale.

As the researchers worked to understand the entities they were dealing with, around every corner they found more and more startling evidence and interactions that changed their viewpoint on everything they thought they knew about mankind.

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February 15, 2003




A left footprint in the mud near the creek on the property. It was print #1 of 4.



Print #2 (above).




Print #3 (above). This one was going up the side of the embankment.



Print #4 along the creek (above).



The tree had been cut, but a piece of the chopped wood was put back atop the stump (above).



6 tracks begin (above). The fence line has a duck pond near it. Between duck pond and fence line they found these prints. It was as if it stepped over the fence and put foot down and then went parallel along the fence.



Print 2 (above) - glove placed for size reference



Print 3 (above)



Print 4 (above)



Print 5 (above)



Print 6 (above)


February 28, 2003


On another weekend in February 2003, the team had put together a box to hide the camera and put a stuffed animal toy in front of it to hopefully capture a Bigfoot tampering with the toy. What they found, they did not expect -

The camcorder was usually tucked inside the box. It wasn't in there this time, but the hole was blocked by a gourd from the ground. It would seem, the Bigfoot were well aware of the "peeking" capabilities of a camera.




A lantern was left lit in the blind. When the team came back, it was gone. About two weeks later, it showed up inside the tent on the property and turned off. Forest conservationists or light sensitive? (above)



Very active area in the southeast portion of the property (above), possible limb formation.





First of four tires (above) found in a tree. Near the pond further on property toward barn and cabin in pasture.



Second tire in another tree (above).





A third tire in a tree (above).





The inner tube in a tree (above).







A single large print (above) near a group of cedars northeast of property gate to cow pasture. Hat placed for size reference.





This impressive print (above) was not on the property. It was found on the dirt trail just east of the Corps of Engineer Park area at the end of the road moving east to west. They appeared to be crossing a north to south trail, heading into park. Snow had melted and it was mushy. (note: bare prints in snow cold ground in wilderness area. These prints were consecutive and show someone not just doing one step barefoot in the ground but actually traversing the terrain barefoot in February snow-melted ground.)




Another print (above).






Another print (above).






Another print (above).






Another print (above).





Another print (above).





Another print (above).





Another print from the property from near the print above that was near the cedars. This appears to be a juvenile. (above).





On the peninsula area near the lake, the researcher restacked the tires found about 30 feet away from where they were found. He came back later on April 12th and found only three of the five tires.





In the area near the tires on the peninsula area near the lake, a tree break was found.


*Join us again next Monday for another installment as things begin to amp up more and more in the research at this habituation site.














































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