Sunday, May 19, 2013

Bigfoot Research Area - Ancient Rock Columns

I have become a fan of Jim Vieira. He has meticulously documented the discovery of hundreds of giants in  North America over the past two hundred years. These giants average between 7 and 10 feet tall and many have double rows of teeth. It has been theorized that these giants may be the ancestors of the modern day Bigfoot. 

Jim Vierira has also uncovered hundreds of ancient structures. Some of these structures are in the form of rock columns. While watching one of his presentations Mysterious Stone Chambers & Giants Discovered in New England- Jim Vieira I noticed he pointed out rock columns that I had seen before in one of my Bigfoot research areas in the National Park. 

I documented the rock stacks and found they are very similar to the columns in Jim Vieira's videos.

Below are the columns documented by Vieira:

 Below are the columns in my Bigfoot Research Area:

 Another very intriguing aspect of the rock stacks I found is that they form a Isosceles Triangle!

Is it a coincidence that an area high in Bigfoot activity has possible ancient ruins attributed to a race of giants?


  1. The settlers would have no time to stack rocks so neatly. Especially heavy ones and so many. And all within 30 ft of each other in a Y shape, no way! And if scientist are saying that all of these stacks are settlers, are they also saying that the settlers had a rock stacking club that went all the way to Minnesota? Even if you were in a farmers field, what are the chances that all of the farmers would stack them so intricately and precise?

  2. Couldn't agree with you more. During the settlers days, you had to do things in the most efficient way possible in order to survive. I see these stacks all over the place in the forest on the east end of the Smokys National Park. Along with what looks like rows of property boundary "fences" made from the same type stones. Why in the world would anyone go through that much trouble and work to build a fence like that when a wooden or barbed wire fence would do the same thing? It just isn't practical. Especially with the abundance of forest to harvest the lumber from. I have a hard time believing these structures are made by the early pioneers.

    1. First of all, barb wire was not available when these stacks were made. Rock fences were constructed around areas that were to be farmed as
      a way to use the rocks that were plowed up. As one
      who has spent a few years on a tractor and listened to my father and grandfather tell stories
      of plowing up many rocks and other things, this is
      hard work. One doesn't make rock structures for fun. As least not in those days. Even using wood
      was not something you did on a whim. Ever swing an ax all day? No chainsaws. I remember how happy
      my father was when he was able to afford his first
      chainsaw. That was in the late 1960's. These rock
      stuctures had a purpose but I can state fairly sure that it wasn't farmers that didn't have anything better to do with their time that did this.

  3. Great post Scott. And,thanks to a post of yours a while back,I have become a fan of Jim's,around that time. It is truly intriguing and fascinating,the work and findings of this man. And,in another point,the removing his talks,or presentations from the series named "Ted talks",,hmmm. Kind of speaks volumes huh? It suggests to me that some "educated intellectuals" somewhere doesnt want bright young minds to learn of all these interesting finds,that are displayed in Jim's work.
    On another note,in the last week I've been studying a bit about rocks,rock structures,and some various mythology and folklore associated with them,ESP in Other country's. Truly bizarre,however the stoic folks of the regions,well over half it seems,maybe more in places,feel very strongly about such rocks/structures that they go to great lengths to either avoid them,or not anger the "owners". I can't help but notice,there's some similarity in the structures you've shown above,and severel of the ones I have seen from these places,through many sources. The supposed "owners" or "creators" of these,are anything but alike.
    Thanks for sharing this Scott. As always we can always count on learning or being amazed here at your blog!

  4. Was that a mound behind the big one? Looked like it from the angle you shot but can't be sure you are in a hilly area.

  5. Ok, just as a passing thought, somewhere in my collection of bigfoot books, I recall a picture of rock
    stacks made or at least attributed by bigfoot as they
    looked for rodents. Could these stacks have been made by
    bigfoot for the sole purpose of attracting rodents. Like
    planting Deer Food Plots? Just spectulating.

  6. The America Unearthed series has a lot of interesting stuff in it. Here is one about a possible Mayan site in Georgia. The fact that the site has been made off limits and a group of "scientists" have worked against additional exploration is pointed out in the video.

  7. VERY interesting stuff, Scott. They are truly much smarter than some seem to believe and probably far more advanced than thought, too.

  8. My father stacked rocks like that just a short ways from your area (Clinton Tn) and when I asked him why He said it was they way our family had done for generations. We are scotch/Irish who came to Tn. as some of the earliest settlers through the Gap. If you look at early settlements of Ireland you will see the same type of rock structures. If venture into Anderson & Campbell county along the clinch river just below Norris dam where you were just researching you will see my family and many others have rock structures at all of the home sites. Not trying to be a naysayer here but I learned to do this from my father and he from his and so on.

  9. My father stacked rocks like that and we are scotch/Irish also.