posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 10:55 AM
Originally posted by jonSUN
Not that much forests compared to other regions where big foot has been sighted.
Very true, but there are alot of empty spaces in Indiana.
A few weeks ago me and my father were just driving through Indiana and we would come across a town every now and then but most of it was empty land.
Spots of shelter(trees) here and there. Also Indiana is almost perfect for how Bigfoot behaves(or at lest how I think he does). I think Bigfoot is a
nomadic creature that is also mostly nocturnal. That way Bigfoot would have small sections of forest to rest in until the day was over and he could
move on without being seen.
And who would bother looking in a lonely spot of trees? No one. I doubt even the farmer, whose land borders the trees, would get very close. Also
Indiana has some wildlife preserves here and there that could shelter Bigfoot. But I don't think he would hang out there for long. It might take him
a couple of days but he'd just get in and get out almost too fast to be noticed or make a significant impact on the animal population.
P.S. I just came back from taking a look around near the back of my lot. In the thin strip of woods we have in the back of our property. I took a look
and it appears that something had been staying there for a while. I'm no tracker or park officer but it appeared that something had made its home
there for a while. The tall grass had been stepped on over and over and over until most of it was flat.
The grass had really been worn down espically in a spot right under a little shelter that I had made last summer.
Everything under there was flat and smoothed over. Also the tree branches I had placed there to act as walls had been pushed back as if to make more
room. Also in some areas, the pattern of flatten grass and raised grass seemed to suggest that a bipedal creature had been standing there or walking
there. Again, I'm no tracker but thats what it looked like. Also, there was another little naturally made shelter and it was flat and smoothed over
there too. I'm really freaked out now. When I was last in there I had the thought that it might still be hanging around. When I thought of that I
ran from the place, afraid that it might smell my presence when it got back from where ever it was.
Now I'm very sure as to what lived there but I still could be wrong, besides I'm biased to guessing because I'm a cryptozoologist. A Wildlife
preserve officer might say a deer but a Cryptozoologist will say Bigfoot. I just gotta calm down and keep tabs on that forest for the next week.
[edit on 8-8-2005 by Voidmaster]