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The closest bigfoot story to where I live

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posted on May, 6 2005 @ 01:10 AM
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First off ill try to explain where this occured.

If one were to look on a sattellite map (google has a good one, i just dont have the link right now) it occured near Hudson Bay saskatchewan. Not the actual hudson bay of canada. If you look on a map it happened just south of the small northern town in a remote forest area.

This story occured during bear hunting season and happened during a guided bear hunt. I will try tell the story as best as I can. I was not present during any of these events, but I know many of the people that were. I have since been to the area many times.

Basically what happened was a man was hunting in his treestand and indeed did shoot a bear. This occured late in the day before sundown. The man did kill the bear, although it did run away just out of sight. The hunter gave a radio call to his guide that he had shot his bear and wanted to be picked up so they could retrieve the animal. While the man waited, and waited (this is a remote area remember) it became dark. The man did not come out of his stand because he had seen another figure on the ground that he figured was a bear. For his safety he stayed in the stand and waited for his guide.

Now switch story views to that of the guide coming to the hunter in the stand.


The guide was riding into the area on a ATV and came near the area where the hunter was located. It was becoming quite dimly lit now and you know how it is in the thick forests in low light. The guide saw what he figured was the hunter, out of the tree looking for the bear he had shot. The guided called out numerous times to the supposed hunter. It did not respond and disappeared out of view. He continued on trying to get closer to the hunters stand. To his surprise he saw the hunter was indeed still in the treestand. They talked about the hunt and talked about where the bear should be found. They followed the location the bear was seen to flee after being shot.

There was only one problem. I get chills from this. The bear was indeed dead, but it was also "tossed around" as they put it. Looking at the surronding tree growth they indeed saw that limbs were broken, and not just low. Tree limbs were broken up high. They figured the bear perhaps tried to climb the tree while wounded. They noticed blood on the tree, but not something like say you would get if you bled a bit while climbing. The witnesses described it as though the bear had been thrown at the tree. The weirdest part would definately be how much the bear was moved. It was easy to see where the bear had laid to rest and possibly died. The blood pooled and the ground was disturbed and matted. The animal had been moved from that location. I personally dont think a bear would lay down, and then climb a tree before dieing in yet another location.

If you ask any bear hunter you will know that a bears death cry is very chilling. I myself have never heard it but I can imagine what it may sound like as I have heard many bear "roars" etc. They say that this can turn people off of bear hunting because it is so haunting.

What happened next is even more weird. While driving back in the (now dark) they heard screams of some sort. Perhaps two bears were in a fight earlier ? At this point even the experienced guides became shaken. The guides said that the scream was not that like a bear produces while dieing etc. Needless to say they tore off out of the location very fast.

So what do you think ? Two bears or sasquatch ?

It easily could be another bear and some coincidence, but it seemed a bit strange.

I believe they took photos of the animal and location but I have never seen them or asked for them.

If only the figured could have been seen / heard better.

I feel stupid telling this.




posted on May, 6 2005 @ 04:38 AM
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Very strange. It does indeed sound like that poor bear became victim to something big and angry.

What is disturbing about this though is how the Bigfoot didnt carry the bear off or try to eat it or something but just appeared to kill it in a vicious manner. If it was another bear I sincerley doubt that it could have picked it up and lobbed it at the tree, but then again I know jack all about bears, so they maybe quite strong.

Back to the Bigfoot explanation, if it WAS a bigfoot it definately sounded peed off about something or maybe it was putting the bear out of its misery? If you could obtain some pictures im sure one of the many talented people on this board could work out some kind of conclusion.

Oh, and you dont have to feel stupid, noones gonna laugh at you.



posted on May, 6 2005 @ 07:48 AM
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I was just on a site and they had an "interesting" picture of bigfoot- the best I've ever seen. Bigfoot never really interested me much so I'll just post the link and be done with this. Enjoy!

peace



posted on May, 6 2005 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by Serum39
I was just on a site and they had an "interesting" picture of bigfoot- the best I've ever seen. Bigfoot never really interested me much so I'll just post the link and be done with this. Enjoy!

peace


I recently seen this photo in another thread on ATS.

Im not sure about it, looks almost like a comical outfit.

notice the hands and forearms.



posted on May, 6 2005 @ 07:16 PM
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I decided to take a little trip up near the area and take some photos for the thread. I didnt go as far as the actual area because I have no ATV at the moment.

I was shocked to find some weird stuff before I even entered the real forest.

Mind you these images are not fake ! I would never touch these bodies, (where would I even find them ??).... you will see as you read on.

While walking into the area I came upon a load of decaying animals. (warning slightly graphic)

They are mildly fresh, and they still had smell. When I discovered this I didnt even want to go any farther


Here are the bones images.




As you can see in this image it is a pile of small animals, possibly coyotes ?




Another body, what would this one be? My actual guess is a Lynx. Lynx are not easy to find..




An overview of the bone pile. Notice how many there are.




In another area I found this single bone. A small hip ? Nothing to be shocked about, but it being the only bone seemed strange.




The boundary of the bush. I am actually standing in a field during this image. Note how thick it is.




Finally this weird caveish thing. Its actually not very large, although a small person could fit right in. It is hollow, i checked. Not sure what would live in that but it was interesting.

Needless to say after my initial finding of the boneyard I was quite shocked. I didnt walk much farther


Interesting anyways. Ill be heading back another day.

Hopefully these images survive my crappy geocities web space.

Enjoy.



posted on May, 6 2005 @ 07:18 PM
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I should say that these images were taken today, friday may 06 / 2005 at roughly 5 pm ? I didnt keep time.

My camera is 2 mega pixels and i did resize them in paint shop pro.


Image size was taken at 640 x 480.



posted on May, 6 2005 @ 07:47 PM
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Being part of the benevolent circle of nature, maybe Sasquatch ended the bear's suffering the only way he knew how, and mourned him, hence the unexplainable screams.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 04:34 AM
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The fact that all those bones are in a pile is quite disturbing as it looks like whatever had killed them is storing them or something.

But I think that if it was putting the bear out of its misery it wouldnt slam it around a tree.

Oh, and an excellent post, your one of the few people that goes out and actually backs up their story.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 07:43 AM
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Dulcimer,

Thanks for going out and getting the pics and then sharing them.


I have a question concerning the first couple of pics of the boneyard. Did you get the feeling the stones in those pictures had been piled up by some one/something? or does the rock pile seen in those pics go with the overall area?



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 08:06 AM
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Ewww! I just had a thought.

What could we learn if you did nothing more than monitor this bone pile and rock pile for say 6-8 weeks?

You've got initial pics here showing what remains are there as of now. Also, you've got a couple of pretty good pics of the rock pile. I keep bringing up the rock pile because it seems that throwing rocks is the modus operandi of the Sasquatch when they are trying to make an intruder go away. Maybe a follow up pic of the surrounding area could tell us something as well. Like are there single rocks in a bit of a radius around the rock pile (as if standing at that point some one/something has pitched rocks)? What if you get a pic a week and the rock pile/bone pile changes over time...i.e. more remains, less rocks, rocks re-structured, more rocks thrown, etc. That might be interesting, and you wouldn't have to go into those creepy-deepy woods!


(by the way, I've now voted Dulcimer Way Above
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posted on May, 7 2005 @ 08:46 AM
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Howdy folks...

Dulcimer...

Just a few questions, concerning the "bone yard"....

How close to the "caveish thing" were they ?

Are there any large farm lands near by ?

They look to be rabbit remains, is that what they are ( or could you tell ) ?



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 12:00 PM
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Originally posted by Jedi_Master
Howdy folks...

Dulcimer...

Just a few questions, concerning the "bone yard"....

How close to the "caveish thing" were they ?

Are there any large farm lands near by ?

They look to be rabbit remains, is that what they are ( or could you tell ) ?


The distance from the caves to the bone piles is quite far actually. I would estimate it at 600 yards.

As for farm lands, yes, the boundary of the forest is a field. (at least this was where i entered) I chose to enter here because it is the most accesible for me. The rest of the area is mainly swamp grass / thin bush (like the bush in my first picture) Once you are in the actual forest it gets much thicker and the trees are much larger. Alot of spruce. Mainly poplar where I was.

As for rabbits, I dont think they are rabbits, perhaps one or two may have been, I noticed some small bodies that I was not sure what they were.

By my guesses they are mainly coyotes ? Id have to look at them closer, and they stink
In my images, with the lone animal on the rock, I think that is a lynx. But being a lynx that is very strange as they are not common.

These animals are much larger than they appear on the screen. I will go back to the piles and take better photos.

The idea of monitoring them is a good idea. I will do that.

As for the rocks, they look like they have been there a long time, but they dont really appear to be natural, all in a pile(s). Strangely now that I think of it, those are really the only rocks I seen for a long time in the area. I will look at that too.

If I have time today after lunch I will go back and spend more time.

Its a good way to get excersise and get scared out of your mind !



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 03:43 PM
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Because of your dedication that is so rarely seen here I think you have made ATS a better place to bve in and hopefully you are setting an example to others when they say that they are going to go and visit an area.

You have voted Dulcimer for the Way Above Top Secret award. You have two more votes this month.

Brilliant post


[edit on 7-5-2005 by Zanzibar]



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 05:15 PM
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I did go back today, but it was short. I looked around a bit more, I didnt really find anything very interesting, only one new thing.

I took this first photo just to prove that its me taking these and im not just looking up photos to make a story.




I think that should be good proof.

Looking at the bones and stuff, nothing moved and nothing new.

Just walking along I came upon this. What was weird is that I could not find the tree that it "snapped?" off of. Its a pretty clean cut. Common sense would lead you to believe a tree in the area would be snapped off up high. I could not find anything. Im not sure why this would be in the tree.

Anyways heres what im talking about.




When I get some time ill go for a real walk around.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 06:02 PM
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Very interesting.
Next time you go back, could you get a stick and poke the feet to reveal if it's dog paws or cat claws?

it looks like the feet are decomposing last and have not been picked at by bugs, birds and other scavengers, so you might be able to tell that way.

looks like some dogs to me, maybe a hungry bear or a sasquatch stockpiling some din din?



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by Dulcimer
I did go back today, but it was short. I looked around a bit more, I didnt really find anything very interesting, only one new thing.

I took this first photo just to prove that its me taking these and im not just looking up photos to make a story.




I think that should be good proof.


I would think that's good enough. LMAO...that's priceless.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 06:17 PM
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I would just like to say that this is an absolute brilliant post and is one of the only stories with excellently documented proof to back up your claims. WATS vote for you buddy. I'll be following this one closely.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 06:27 PM
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Dulcimer,

You have probably exceeded your transfer rate on your geocities...or it is because they tend to shut-down linking to them.

If you can get your pics emailed to me, I will host them for you.

I'll u2u my email to you.

[edit on 5-7-2005 by Valhall]



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 06:53 PM
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Thanks for offering that


I sent copies to your email.
Thanks for all the votes too everyone.



posted on May, 7 2005 @ 07:13 PM
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Thanks to ValHall for helping me out with image hosting.

If my images go down, there is a set here:

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Thanks again.




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