Monday, May 24, 2021

The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Clacking Interaction


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.

Tuesday January 12, 2021
in the Regional National Forest

This report has 33 photos plus a location map photo.
I made it to the area just before 2pm. It was cloudy with on and off sprinkles. The temperature was pleasant.

I explored 2 more Forest Service Road gated trails off the main FSR. This was on the same FSR that goes to the gated trail I visit most often. I do enjoy exploring new trails. Without fail, all the trails I've hiked have signs of activity etc.

FSR trail gate B photos 1-19. The FSR comes off the main east-west HWY and goes SW. This gated road trail is approximately 1/2 mile down the FSR on the SE side. I parked near the gate and began the hike.

#1. 2:01pm----hiking down the road trail, I see this kind of teepee structure. It's on the SE side of the trail.

#2. 2:01pm----I stepped back a little ways and took another photo of the same structure.

#3. 2:18pm----2 bow overs near each other. from a distance looks like an 'X' structure.

#4. 2:18pm----old breakover.

#5. 2:34pm----bizarre, archway-bow overs.

#6. 2:35pm----closer photo from a different direction.

#7. 2:37pm----looking down the road trail to the SE.

#8. 2:37pm----the road trail to my rear to the NW.

#9. 3:05pm----the road trail more to the SE.

#10. 3:05pm----again the road trail to my rear back to the NW.

At this point, I made it to the end of the trail. It ended at a low wet area. I looked around for a while then headed back. As I was hiking out to the NW, what sounded like rock clacking started up. It was back away in the woods to my North. I listened for a while then took my hiking staff and did light knocks on a nearby small tree. the clacking stopped. It then started up again. After listening for a few minutes, I did more light knocks. The clacking stopped again. This exchange continued for approximately 10 minutes, then no more clacking. I moved on down the trail. It was an amazing few minutes of interaction with who knows????

#11. 3:24pm----the woods to my left on the way out of this area have recently been cleared of brush, low growth between the trees.

#12. 3:24pm----another view of the same area.

#13. 3:27pm----my vehicle in the distance, past the trail gate.

The next 4 photos show an awesome arch/bow near a small pond not far from my parking spot. The photos are from different angles etc.

#14. 3:30pm

#15. 3:30pm

#16. 3:32pm

#17. 3:34pm

#18. 3:36pm----an old breakover to the right, in the woods near my parking spot.

#19. 3:36pm----my parking spot at the trail gate.
I moved on to trail gate E, parked and started my hike. The following will be the photos without comments. 8 of 11 photos shows leaners, arches-bows plus low twists.

#20. 4:10pm

#21. 4:10pm

#22. 4:11pm

#23. 4:15pm

#24. 4:15pm

#25. 4:16pm

#26. 4:17pm

#27. 4:17pm

#28. 4:43pm----my parking spot at gate E.

#29. 4:43pm----a closer photo of my parking spot and the gate.

#30. 4:44pm----I'm at the gate looking up the hill and the trail.

I leave gate E and start for home. Looking out my driver side while driving, I saw some more possible structures. I stopped and took the following 3 photos:

#31. 4:52pm

#32. 4:53pm

#33. 4:53pm

This concludes report 17 for Tuesday January 12, 2021 RNF.

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