posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 06:35 AM
Well this sighting occured on the eleventh correct? I wonder if anyone bothered to do the basic checks in the days after the sighting? One must assume
that the creature had moved on by the time dawn came along, so why is there no mention of anyone going back to the site to investigate it off thier
own back? Typically in a case so bizzare sounding, the authorities likely did jack diddly squat about it, assuming that this was a prank or case of
utterly mistaken identity.
If this had happened in my town, I would have been on that scene like a shot the next day, camera in hand, measuring tape on my belt and armed with
clip boards full of paper to record my findings. I would have taken tupperware or some other food storage boxes and a cooler as well, just in case
there was any biological evidence to collect.
If I had been able to establish exactly where this thirteen foot creature was (which is likely, given its wieght) I would have been able to track it
for some distance, assuming that terrain and weather allowed its movements to be tracked in such a manner, and assuming that it didnt just call down
its transportation and dissapear over the horizon. Measurements of its footprint, stride, and so on would have been made, and any material found at
the scene would have been bought home to be observed under a microscope ( I still have a cheapy one from years ago in storage), and stored in my beer
fridge until such time as a reputable and honest chappy could be found to take it off my hands and do positive things with it.
I cannot see why these circumstances never get properly dealt with by local interested parties. You cannot be telling me that there were no
significantly interested persons in the entire surrounding locality! Where were the nerds I ask you , where?
edit on 28-2-2012 by TrueBrit
because: Spelling and grammar, which are still likely to be terrible. Sorry folks!