Originally posted by VonDoomen
Being a fairly avid woodsmen, I can safely say that these "structures" are pretty natural. I encounter them all the time, and We dont have Bigfoots
where I am.
Im sure we would of captured one on trailcam sometime in the last couple of decades
i'm not discounting your experiences but you should definitely look more in depth into this subject and not just glance at the videos, they don't
offer much besides brief images. what you need to understand about them is that these are very large trees that are broken *quickly*, or even twisted
quickly to break them. none of these have tool marks. trees do not break naturally like this. that's just the actual breaking of the trees though.
there is bark stripping, tiny branch stripping as well. and they are almost all placed upside down when used in the "structures" (i quote the term
and i'll explain my take on them in a moment) which i believe is so they don't blend in as another tree with the leaves sticking up like a normal
tree. also yeah, they are always fresh trees not old dead ones if the leeaves and branches are left on. they range from massive and extremely
complex leans, some trying to create a spherical shape rather than the teepee shape, to the very very small with extremely thin and delicate branches
only a foot on the ground and well hidden. i'm sorry but nothing about these formations are natural.
as for what randy said about the natives, i think that lore needs to be taken more seriously. there are no better hunters than natives, hands down,
and for such amazing hunters as themselves to say that a creature is actually using magic or is part of some other dimension, lends a lot of respect
to this sasquatch creature. you know what, all that coudl be totally true, but even if its not, and its just an amazingly perfected stealth primate,
for such intelligent hunters to think they are using magic is still quite impressive and says a lot, even if its not literal magic.
personally, these structures absolutely mystify me. no way people make these, no tool marks, massively heavy trees in extremely difficult and
sometimes very complex positioning. i think before everyone thinks that people are making these or that they are somehow natural formations, they
should really look more in depth into them because i'm sorry, there's just no way people would go out of there way to do this (because first of all
they can't) to just say "look, a sasquatch made this!". they ARE found in areas of reported sasquatch activity, but the real question
WHAT is their purpose?
obviously its not a shelter from the elements. they wouldn't be helpful at all for this. they could be trailmarkers or way of communicating, but
from my perspective, they are just too simple to be able to convey anything. perhaps there is a very subtle communication happening, but i'm
certainly not able to get anything out of them from their face value, but they could be a way of communicating or marking territory or as
signposts/directions. but still... they are so simple, it leads me to believe, and its my gut feeling, that they do it almost recreationally, or
instinctually build these but don't know why. if they are related to gigantopithecus then they are closer to the missing link than we think and
these structures could be their cusp of intelligent evolution and not being able to make the leap like we did.
or maybe they are magical portals or shelters to cast magic around and become invisible.
or maybe there are no sasquatch.
but i know that these aren't natural, accidental structures.