This is a series on Ghost Hunting Theories chronicling a present-day Sasquatch experiment utilizing techniques employed by the researcher over a decade ago in a completely different location at an habituation site.
Today, the researcher's ongoing study is being performed in an urban setting in the southern half of the US, hundreds of miles from the original site and the results are amazingly similar. During the series, I will be sharing the evolution of these experiments and their results from his journal.
For earlier installments go to THIS LINK.
Regional National Forest hike and observations.
Section 1, Loop 4, 11.35 miles
Wednesday May 27, 2020
My brother hiked all four loops with me. My sister-in-law 3 of the loops. On today's hike we saw what looked like a "BF' footprint near the trail. It had rained recently and the main trail was muddy. The print was off the left side of the trail. photos 7-9 will show what we saw. After this, moving north on the trail, at 3 different times, we heard what seemed to be a single, loud "BF' vocal. This was to our right. The vocals came from private property across a fence line dividing the NF boundary and the private property. This was a new experience for my brother and sister-in-law. Actually, they didn't know what to think. As we came to a trail intersection and headed west, a dog began barking from the area of the private property. My thought was the possible "BF' stirred up the dog. These 2 items, the possible footprint and vocals was the highlight of this day's long hike. This was my best time in the NF to date.
#1. 6:58am---breakovers along and across the trail.
#3. 6:58am---closer view of the breakover.
#7. 7:29am---possible right foot print to the left of the main trail. I put my cap down for a comparison.
#8. 7:30am---the muddy trail with water moving down the trail. The footprint is at the bottom of the photo.
#9. 7:41am, 8am, 8:05am: 3 possible 'BF' single, vocals at the times on the left. The vocals came from the private property to our right over the boundary fence.
#12. 8:12am---my brother and sister-in-law were witnesses to the footprint, vocals and the barking dog.
#13. 9:34am---today's hiking area.
#23. 12:34pm---past the trail looking back at a breakover on the trail. the tree with leaves covering the trail.
#26. 12:47pm---at the edge of the trail, another possible footprint. left foot??? My cap laid down beside it for comparison.
#31. 2:51pm---close look at a pushover.
This concludes my photos with report of observations for Wednesday May 27, 2020/