posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 01:53 PM
I'm not saying that Bigfoot exists or doesn't exist, I'm simply thinking outside of the context of how these trees have been presented to us via a
Bigfoot TV show. I have a couple of thoughts;
Could these trees have been moved by a natural phenomenon? They indicated that the trees original death was a result of blow down. With the climate
and topography in Alaska, could these trees have ended up in their current position due to being picked up and discarded by an avalanche, tornado,
mud/rock slide, water run off or even glacial retreat?
They indicated that the trees had been noticed in this position as early as the 1940's and that the area had been logged. Could they have been placed
this way in that time by humans but due to 70 years of time passing that the signs of machinery on the ground have disappeared? There might not be
signs on the trees due to the use of ropes instead of hooks or clamps? Or as a previous poster said, holes were dug and one end of the tree was place
in the hole and the other end lifted to erect them in their position?
Could the native elder simply have been playing a joke on the younger 15 year old hunter with the story of them being used by Bigfoot to mark their
territory for his own amusement to pass the time while hunting?
Just some thoughts on my part