Sunday, May 11, 2014

Northern KY Bigfoot Research Group Field Report 5-10-14


 
 Northern KY Bigfoot Research Group Field Report 5-10-14
On 05/10/2014, the 3 primary investigators returned to the Trimble County habitation area to continue our investigation. Thomas Shay and Rodney Adams lead investigators, and Bob “Wolfman” Bratcher biologist and science writer of the Northern Kentucky Bigfoot Research Group of Trimble County Kentucky made up the investigators meeting at 12 pm
 Tim Pierce was invited as a guest observer and possible future associate for the investigation. The continuing study of our habituation site was unfortunately canceled as well as an investigation in Jefferson county Indiana due to severe weather. But before the weather set in the team investigated new prints that follow a heavily wooded corridor the team believes is used by the Bigfoot/Sasquatch to come and go from the habituation study area. Multiple prints were found in the heave brush on private property that the team has permission to investigate and those prints lead the team to check out the green belt we believe these beings are traveling through. Several entry points in and out of this area were discovered where the Bigfoot have been stepping over a property fence boundary. More evidence of 21 inch prints and 15 inch prints were found by Thomas Shay and Robert Bratcher, this is thought to be a mated pair Bob calls Mr. And Mrs Goliath. The team found multiple new path ways through the wooden corridor and multiple new tree structures with never before seen tree breaks. A new bedding area was discovered also where something has been sleeping as well as newer prints in the known sleeping area. Additional fresh prints were found in and alone the spring fed pond as before that the team believes the Bigfoot are using this as their water source. Several fresh paths through broken grass and brush were also discovered in this area.
A new discovery was where something has been scratching the bark off a large tree. The scratches were deep furrows into the tree but no actual evidence of claw marks or antler rub were noted on the tree, and the removed bark started at 7 feet off the ground. This evidence appears highly unlikely and too high for deer rubs, and again no evidence of claws as with bear, which none are reported in this region. Along where the bark marker was is where the bedding area, multiple new structures as well as tree breaks were noted as well as several old tree twist. This was an exciting new find for the team and we plan on a possible night investigation in this area. Several tree knocks and heavy foot fall were noted during the investigation and a possible vocalization. Also at one point during the outing dogs at the nearby boarding kennel suddenly began to bark fiercely at the time we heard the vocalizations.
We hope to return to out habituation study area tomorrow if weather, wives and Mother’s day plans allow. We are excited about having Tim Peirce join us as his eagerness to learn is intoxicating, and he is genuinely fun to have around. Tim is also willing to assist in investigation reports further up in Indiana that come into via the team’s blog and website. Tim will also be returning with the team for an overnight investigation planned in our habituation area next weekend as he continues to sharpen his investigation techniques. Please join the Northern KY Bigfoot Research Group in welcoming Tim to the group.
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The Northern Kentucky Bigfoot Research Group