a reply to: LABTECH767
We don't need to kill them all, we just need ONE body provided to civilian scientists, universities or civilian medical facilities to get answers. In
reality the remains of an already passed over one would be just as good.
Was Laughing out loud over the electric fence idea!
A friend discovered even with their electric fences set on max the result was the 2 BF got tangled in it an dragged it 5 acres. The BF apparently was
not hurt but they did get loud. Set on max an I forget the voltage but it's enough to drop a 1000lb bull in it's tracks. The BF also had a jolly old
time setting off their driveway alarm just for laughs couple of nights a week for like a year?
Since we know that aren't stupid they rubbed it in by using logs to smash down the electric fence to continue getting at their horses an cows. The
whole thing was a huge PITA.
Sad to say it, but for property owners who get so harassed or family members targeted I'm a huge fan of landmines.
Fortunately they're illegal, but that's the route I'd go if they weren't. Some BF just won't take no for an answer an
refuse to work things out for co-existance. Altho that said I firmly believe you should try everything you can first to come to some sort of
Years ago had an older male here.
About 9-10 ft with gray hair. Pretty sure he was here when we bought the place.
He moved stuff in the yard, he'd randomly make himself known if you stayed outside too late in the yard, He'd move my garden implements to wind me up,
but not ever anything the kids had been using so he had to have been watching.
He an I had a fine pissing contest going on but it was more humorous than territorial. I'd bless him out just like I would the husband an he seemed to
get a kick out of it.
My husband would listen to me rant about the latest insult an with a straight face say " So stomping your foot an screaming is going to make him
listen?" then burst out laughing his head off! Then he'd say "that's right! you make that Bigfoot behave!!" cue more gales of laughter....I swear some
days I got tag-teamed by them.
He disappeared after about 5 yrs so either we got too boring for him or he needed a place with more deer/turkey/possums/raccoons to snack on. In all
the years he was here he never scared us or the kids. He kept a distance but you occasionally would catch him outlined standing in the wood line. Our
impression of him was he wanted company but not too much. Just some. He displayed great manners so we responded in kind.
No spotlights for the kids to play with or flashlights, just chemical glow sticks.
Dogs always on their steel cable leads. Cats rounded up before dark. No loud boozy parties, just family cookouts.
No loud music from the kids after dark.
Amicable. Things were amicable. The home we purchased had been owned by a lady that had been widowed so we figured he'd been surveilling her long
before we moved in. Just guessing tho.
People never "get" that things can be completely normal with them in the neighborhood if you don't freak out and let things just be. You don't need to
gift, you can't force interaction an while you know they're around sometimes ignoring the fact keeps the peace. Mutual ignoring can go a long way.