I often use deception as a part of my research. I will place a back trail on my shoulder then go out and do an activity other than researching. I am a avid hunter so many times during my hunting trips I will place the back trail camera on and then enjoy my day hunting. I hope that I may fool the Bigfoot and its curiosity will get the best of it. The below video is a demonstration of this technique. The footage is from an turkey hunting outing on 04/14/2013.
The technique may have paid off. During the review of my back trail video I found what looks like a Bigfoot crawling along the ground behind me.
I was on the trail of 2 when it started to pour rain, so not on this trip. I have them scouted out just have not been able to call them in. They are not real frisky yet, not answering calls.Delete
It appears "they" accept you in their territory. I dont recall you mentioning being growled or screamed at. When you first arrived there, did they attempt to drive you out with tree shakes or growls/ screams or rock throwing?ReplyDelete
I was zapped really bad my first day there in 2009, but I think I just got to close. They have never been aggressive toward me. I have been giving them food and they have in-turn given me many gifts....Delete
Well that seems clear that the zapping or feeling of being watched is a defensive mechanism.Delete
That's a good question Deadhead. Scott,I've also seen in past posts,you've mentioned they sometimes interfere with your deer hunting. Have you ever had one take a deer after you shot it? That seems to be a major characteristic of sightings in WV that makes believers real quick,lol. I talked to a guy,last year,that seen a huge BF stalking two does in the next county from ours. His son also seen it,he was in a up in a tree stand about 200 yards around the ridge. He was blown away,by how massive this being was,and how it was able to move so quietly.ReplyDelete