Monday, July 14, 2014
Robert Dodson put this video up on YouTube that seems to show eyeshine and rock throwing. It was shot at night and he used a perimeter line, that was compromised. He seems to be doing honest work. I will keep my eye on this guy.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
|Tim Fasano and Rob Robinson|
|Kevin photo bombing our selfie|
&Florida sunThere was some obstacles to cross. There has been a lot of rain and some of the trails were underwater. There was no choice but to cross or go back.
When we made it to the creek, we found someone else's trail cam out there. That is why I decided to not put the trail cam there. I felt there was too much risk of it being found. We found their's; they may find ours.
|Group photo after we made it to the creek.|
The creek was beautiful and had a rapid current. In fact, it travels to the Hillsborough River Rapids. Kevin believes canoeing is the best way to get to a remote area to camp and deploy the trail cams. That would be a fun trip. Not to many people go back there.
Kevin and Rob discuss what's next, and enjoy the river.
Rob imagines the possibility.posted from Bloggeroid
The hike had no elevation but it was hot from the direct Florida sun on a July day. Kevin and Rob are experienced hikers and I needed them to gin me up for the trip. I could not have been with better guys. Bigfoot research requires a lot of work. You can see how far off the horizon is. Getting back was going to be tougher.
We were trying to get to the next tree line to deploy the trail cam but I was getting tired. I could not wait for the next tree line. I was overheated and needed to rest. In route Kevin found a rain measurement device put there by the forestry department. It showed there had been 2 inches of rain recently.
I am cramping because I did not bring enough water. Rob lent me some and that helped. At this point, I forget about the trail cam and just wanted to get back to the trailhead. The rest felt good. I could have camped there.
Back at the trailhead with some great guys.
OUTTAKE - Kevin with the hawk feather in his head dress. He may have found a new look. This was absolutely a great day, one of the best I've had in Bigfoot.
Friday, May 30, 2014
Thursday, May 15, 2014
It will be held in Orlando Florida on September 19th-20th at the Embassy inn & suites Jamaican court.
Speakers will include Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Lyle Blackburn, Stacy Brown Jr., David Lauer, Robert Robinson, Bill Brock and Tim Fasano. Tickets are $50 and will include a meet and greet Friday the 19th from 7:30 to 10:30. That also includes 15% off your stay at the hotel. Conference starts Saturday the 20th at 9 a.m. and will go thru 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
|This is where the jogger can clearly be seen in the video below|
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Teri and Kevin are going to Chicago for the O'hare UFO sighting conference. Some of the big names in the field will be there from all over the world. Kevin is the A/V guy for the conference. He said he could have done without the overhead advertising on Spirit Airlines.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
|The Nevada research site|
|A view of the sinkholes from the sky|
Sima Humboldt (Sima Major) is an enormous sinkhole located on the summit of the plateau of Sarisariñama tepui in Bolívar State, Venezuela. It is unusual for several reasons, including its enormous size and depth, its location on the top of the only forested tepui, having a patch of forest on its base and also due to the weathering process that formed this sinkhole. The feature is named after scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt.Together with the neighbouring Sima Martel, it was first spotted in 1961 by pilot Harry Gibson.
|Research facility built next to it|
|Strange things happening at night along the rim|
I have the videos here:
Monday, April 28, 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014
|The Arecibo SETI observatory|
"It is basically the same as HAARP for the science, except that HAARP was in the Auroral Region, where the physics of the ionosphere is quite different with all the energetic particles and magnetic fields," Penn State Electrical Engineering Professor Jim Breakall, WA3FET, told ARRL. "HAARP also had 3 gigawatts of effective radiated power, where Arecibo will only be about 200 megawatts." The Arecibo Observatory Amateur Radio Club, KP4AO, is headquartered at the research facility, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last fall.
The National Science Foundation and Cornell University, which previously operated Arecibo Observatory, contracted with Penn State's Electrical Engineering Department to construct the "new and enhanced" HF ionospheric instrument. It will be used to study the interaction between HF radio energy and ionospheric plasma.