Friday, November 28, 2014
Kevin did a report from the area last week with another researcher. Today, Kevin and I went in from a different angle, and found what we believe to be a Bigfoot ambush trail. I knew I was going to like the area right off the bat when we started finding multiple animal trails. The deer paths we found were tight and well used. I animals are coming thru, you can bet the Bigfoot has taken notice and will be lying in wait to ambush prey.
We looked hard for kill evidence and found none. We also pushed into a great swamp area that stretches for miles. Not to waste the opportunity, I got an awesome photo for my blog Tim Fasano.com and like it.
We photographed and took many 20 minute videos to show what was going on. Later in the day, we did find the squatch trail that formed the choke point connecting the two areas. There is the sighting area and there is the ambush area. This place is massive and given all day, we could really get into it. This place is now our favorite work area for now. We were very pleased with the amount of nature that is in this area. I even got video of a cardinal dancing in the brush.
Monday, November 17, 2014
|Teri Lynge, Travis Walton, Kevin Thomas Kehl|
"The death of the old, and the birth of the new. The destruction of the human being in favor of the posthuman being. This is part of the mystic and alchemical significance of the so-called Technological Singularity."...from the Georgia GuideStones
solstices and equinoxes. A 7/8" aperture in the capstone allows a ray of sun to pass through at noon each day, shining a beam on the center stone indicating the day of the year
A message clearly conveying a set of ten guidelines is inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient languages' scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian hieroglyphs. The theory is that the NWO is involved for its first message to mankind was to maintain a population of only 500 million. That is population control and would require culling almost seven billion people to get down to that level.
Kevin and Terry shot the video below at the guidestones and it is pretty awsome
My work partner Kevin was working for George Booty of Coast to Coast radio at the Star Works convention in Laughlin Nevada. Kevin is a professional producer and they needed him for all the heavy hitters on UFO research that spoke.
Booty took over for Art Bell when he retired in 2003. It has been publicly known that Bell does not like the direction the show is taking since he left. He thinks its is too political now. Anyway, missing the action, Art Bell started Dark Matter radio on satellite radio.
I do know Booty spends a lot of time on UFO matters, not so much on Bigfoot. I did ask Kevin to try and get George to have me on his show. We will see what happens.
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Terri and George. She is high up in MUFON and a natural for this convention. Just don't let her drink wine!
They look happy and glad to be there.
This Kevin's work area. You can see him in the back with the orange hat on. He was in charge of everything. Just wish Kevin could have been at the Orlando Skunk Ape Convention. I would have avoided the embarrassing tech issue I had.
Friday, November 14, 2014
This monster isn’t in Loch Ness—it’s Champ, the creature thought to reside in Lake Champlain, the 490-square mile body of water on the border of New York, Vermont and Canada. Early reports of a monster in the lake first surfaced in the late 1800s but really hit their peak in the 1980s. Most evidence up to this point, and a famous photograph from 1977, have been discounted or questioned. But two cryptozoologists, or hobbyists who study unknown animals, on the hunt for the creature have made recordings of mysterious sounds that may constitute new evidence in favor of Champ’s existence.
“It was wild. I had seen Champ before, but getting that communication from this animal made the hair on the back of my neck stand up,” said Katy Elizabeth, a horseback riding instructor from Rhode Island who hunts for Champ in her free time with her boyfriend, fellow cryptozoologist Dennis Hall. “That feeling you get when you know a sound is made by a biological thing, that it’s not a man made sound—that really fascinated me.”
Since July, Elizabeth and Hall have made two underwater recordings from the lake using a DolphinEar Hydrophone system. The recordings sound very different, but Elizabeth has an explanation.
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Our planet Earth has extinguished large portions of its inhabitants several times since the dawn of animals. And if science tells us anyt...