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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April 24, 2004
Tractor barn - sleeping bag with blanket and open bread bag and a towel bag. These were set out and the Bigfoot put it into this arrangement.
Old fence posts laid out in different formations by Bigfoot in southeast corner of property.
More post formations
More post formations.
Same area, SE corner of property - tires laid out in different arrangements by Bigfoot.
New tire setup made by a researcher.
West of the creek, north of the fence line, north of the treehouse. In the area referred to as the "Bigfoot Preserve." The tires were moved from the south side of fence near the garden by the red barn to the north side by the Bigfoot.
The colored tires on south side of the fence were rearranged in the garden area by the Bigfoot. Red ribbon on post. Red tire on bottom again - as is their usual choice.
Dusty made new tire formation near the fire pit and medicine wheel. The feeder is turned upside down. Red ribbon on top. Poles used to hold tires in place.
West of the creek near the fire pit and medicine wheel, Dusty hanged items up (belt buckle, cane, leather piece) to see what the Bigfoots would do with them.
Second photo of the rearranged tires by the Bigfoot.
Re-folded blanket, sleeping bag and all other items put back up on the barrels again by Dusty in the tractor barn.
Containers of Play-Dough put out by a researcher. One of them he put a face on.
Dusty moved camo blind over to far southeast corner of property, past the tractor barn.
East of the creek, a new fence put up by the property owner. Dusty put Bigfoot conference T-shirt on it and he put Native American symbols on it, on the fence on the way to the cabin. He drew himself and he's talking to On-Don the Bigfoot.
T-shirt #2 west of creek, north of treehouse on the fence line. Native American symbols placed on it. Shirt is facing north.
Dusty put new formation up with painted tires, limbs, half coconut shell, Wilson the ball and red ribbon.
T-shirt #3. West of the creek near the fire pit. Dusty put it on a limb. Native American symbols for communication. This is the back of the shirt.
Dusty's gifting spot near fire pit. He left food - Peanut butter, honey, sardines. Above it, the Bigfoot had left a feather and a turtle shell. Dusty repaid them for the gifts with this food.
T-shirt #3 with Native American symbols for communication near fire pit.
Back of t-shirt #2.
APRIL 25, 2004
West of the creek. One of the food buckets is on the tree, wrappers on the ground, and some of the food has been taken and eaten.
T-shirt #2 moved from fence and hung on limb outside treehouse by the Bigfoot.
T-shirt that was hanging, chair at the bottom of the treehouse. Dusty hung the t-shirt again, this time from a wooden 2x4 rung for the treehouse.
Off the property - east of the park, east of the tank trail, near the lake. A teepee stack.