I received the following email on Friday, 4/20/12:
I was born, raised and continue to live in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. I have experienced various paranormal activity all through my life. This includes UFOs, alien abduction and other activity I attribute to alien beings.
The incident that was the most overwhelming was on the night when Grey aliens came to take me while I was pregnant. I simply wanted no part of this. When they approached me from across the bedroom I jumped up and grabbed one of the two beings by its lean neck. I squeezed as hard as I could until I heard a 'crack'. It dropped to the floor as its head fell back across the spine.
The other Grey seemed shocked though it was hard to read an expression. It gathered the injured companion and quickly disappeared in bright light that had originally flooded the master bathroom. I felt very bad about that incident but I had been out of sorts all day and I didn't want to be bothered.
When I was a girl we used to live beside an old cemetery. On some nights I would get the urge to look out my bedroom window. When I did I would notice a tall dark figure that seemed to be watching our house. One evening at dusk while in our yard I was approached by a tall black-cloaked being with a glow coming from its face. It stood and watched me for a few seconds then turned and disappeared.
I have noticed over the years that large dark-colored cars would follow me on occasion. This would happen on highways and mountain roads. My husband and I have also noticed black helicopters flying above us while driving and over our residence.
I saw the video and picture you posted about MIB a few days ago. When I saw the video it shocked me. In July 2006, a strange incident occurred while my daughter and I were sitting on our front porch. I never heard or saw a car, but two of these MIB appeared from around the side of the house and approached us. The pale faced 'men' were dressed in black silk suits, white shirts, black ties, and fedora dress hats. They each carried a thin brief case and walked stiffly as they approached. When they reached the steps they stood still and looked at me. My daughter quickly ran into the house. I then looked into the eyes of the MIB nearest me. The color was a vivid lavender and I felt compelled to continue looking. After a few seconds the nearest MIB spoke in a very clear low pitched voice. It asked if we had 'experienced any unusual activity
that I thought that I should report.' It was an odd question but I quickly said 'no'. The being then briefly smiled, thanked me for my time. Both MIB turned and walked toward the road and were soon out of sight.
I can't say that I was scared but I have not had any type of paranormal or alien activity since the MIB visited. I was wondering if people who have had paranormal incidents throughout their life realize the activity ceases after they are visited by MIB? Do these MIB usually appear out of nowhere? I'd appreciate some information. Thanks - Cary M.
Retired Archbishop Oscar Cruz says the aswang (Philippine ghoul) believed to be lurking in Pozorrubio, Pangasinan that have kept residents sleepless for a number of days was not true.
In a phone interview with Radyo Inquirer 990AM, Cruz said that he thinks the residents would not say such things unless they had not actually experienced of felt strange phenomena.
The question was whether the strange phenomena could actually be attributed to aswang, Cruz said.
“These are often not true and are instead caused by other things such as animals that are uncommon in the area, but people still attributed it to the aswang,” Cruz said.
He said it was likely that people attribute strange natural phenomena to the aswang because it was already ingrained in our culture.
“Especially in Capiz province where the aswang is already taken for granted. But in truth, science has not proven their existence,” Cruz said.
When asked about Christianity’s belief in evil spirits and demons that can possess humans, Cruz said that they have not been sufficiently proven except in cases of exorcism.
Cruz recounted a particular exorcism experience he had while studying in Rome, Italy. He said he saw a person being possessed and was levitating from the bed somewhere in northern Italy.
Cruz said he personally saw the exorcism which he described as hair-raising. “The priest blessed the person and then he fell back down on the bed,” Cruz said.
He said the church accepts there are evil spirits but these were not used just to scare people.
The particular person who was possessed in Italy was believed to have molested women and had abandoned his children, Cruz said.
“It’s some kind of penalty” probably to teach people a lesson, Cruz said.
Asked whether the aswang could be removed from Filipino culture, Cruz believed that globalization and the advancement of civilization might slowly end people’s belief in the aswang.
Cruz said that one of his friends jokingly suggested giving contraceptives to the aswang so as to stop them from proliferating.
He said parents might also be blamed for the persistent belief in the aswang by scaring their children so they will come home when it gets dark.
It could also be possible that thieves made up the story about the lurking aswang in Pangasinan so they could have opportunities to steal, Cruz said.
He added Filipinos love to believe in folklore which was why the business of selling “anting-anting” or sacred talismans in Quiapo was booming.
When asked about the annual Halloween festivities where evil spirits are believed by most Filipinos to be more active, Cruz said it was actually a time when most people travel back to the provinces and reunite with their families and visit departed loved ones in cemeteries.
“Halloween has become more like a family affair,” Cruz said.
In other countries, Halloween has become commercialized and more of a recreation just like the Easter holidays, Cruz said.
He said the Filipinos belief in the aswang was in the culture and not just in the religion. Although culture cannot be removed immediately, it can be changed over time, Cruz said.
“Culture is already part of the life of a person, that’s why it can be very hard to remove,” Cruz said. - newsinfo
'Eggless' chick laid by hen in Sri Lanka
A Sri Lanka hen has given birth to a chick without an egg, in a new twist on the age-old question of whether the chicken or the egg came first.
Instead of passing out of the hen's body and being incubated outside, the egg was incubated in the hen for 21 days and then hatched inside the hen.
The chick is fully formed and healthy, although the mother has died.
The government veterinary officer in the area said he had never seen anything like it before.
PR Yapa, the chief veterinary officer of Welimada, where it took place, examined the hen's carcass.
He found that the fertilised egg had developed within the hen's reproductive system, but stayed inside the hen's body until it hatched.
A post-mortem conducted on the hen's body concluded that it died of internal wounds.
The BBC's Charles Haviland in Colombo says that the story has made headlines in Sri Lanka, with the Sri Lankan Daily Mirror's concluding: "The chicken came first; not the egg." - BBC
Windsor Hum: Ottawa Sends Representative To Ontario Border City To Solve Annoying Hum
Ottawa has dispatched a man to southwestern Ontario to get to the bottom of a mystery noise plaguing Windsor residents.
The "Windsor hum" — described as a low frequency rumbling sound — has been sparking complaints from residents on the city's west side for more than a year.
A federal study suggests the hum may be coming from the U.S. side of the Detroit River, in the general area of Zug Island, an industrial site.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Friday he was sending his parliamentary secretary to look into the issue and find ways of dealing with it.
Bob Dechert was to speak with Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis as well as various U.S. state and federal officials.
He also planned to tour Zug Island as part of his mission.
"The Windsor hum is having a negative effect on the day-to-day lives of Windsor residents," Baird said in a statement.
"We are prepared to collaborate with stakeholders and other levels of government to identify the source of the problem so that potential mitigation measures can be designed and implemented."
The hum has become a significant annoyance in the border city, with an estimated 22,000 residents taking part in a telephone forum held by the city in February.
Jim Bradley, Ontario's environment minister, sent letters to municipal, state and federal officials in the United States late last month, asking them to take action on the problem. The ministry has received close to 500 complaints about the noise, Bradley said.
In a letter to the mayor of River Rouge, Mich., Bradley said Natural Resources Canada used specialized equipment to monitor the "low hum and rumbling noise pollution" from June 15 to Aug. 25, 2011.
"The monitoring data confirmed the vibration is acoustic noise and its source being the area of approximately one square kilometre in or near Zug Island in the City of River Rouge."
A report was sent to the City of River Rouge, Bradley said in the letter, adding it was hoped the city would find the cause of the noise and take action to stop it.
"However, City of River Rouge officials have since made it clear to the public that the municipality is refusing to take action," he said.
Bradley has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to step in and investigate.
Meanwhile, Dechert was to meet with representatives of the Great Lakes Commission, the Council of Great Lakes Industries, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments and the Regional Office of the International Joint Commission while in the area.
Baird's office says the objective of the meetings is to seek advice and recommendations on a possible solution to the problem. - THP
Gulf seafood deformities alarm scientists
Two years later, scientists say they have never seen anything like the creatures swimming in the Gulf of Mexico, Al Jazeera reports:
“I’ve never seen this,” he said, a statement Al Jazeera heard from every scientist, fisherman, and seafood processor we spoke with about the seafood deformities. Given that the Gulf of Mexico provides more than 40 per cent of all the seafood caught in the continental US, this phenomenon does not bode well for the region, or the country.
“The dispersants used in BP’s draconian experiment contain solvents, such as petroleum distillates and 2-butoxyethanol. Solvents dissolve oil, grease, and rubber,” Dr Riki Ott, a toxicologist, marine biologist and Exxon Valdez survivor told Al Jazeera. “It should be no surprise that solvents are also notoriously toxic to people, something the medical community has long known”.
The dispersants are known to be mutagenic, a disturbing fact that could be evidenced in the seafood deformities. Shrimp, for example, have a life-cycle short enough that two to three generations have existed since BP’s disaster began, giving the chemicals time to enter the genome. - aljazeera
While driving, William Squyres saw an object off to his right; he slowed down and stopped, but when he got of the car (100 yards from it) it began a rapid vertical ascent with a sound “like a covey of quail flying,” disappearing vertically. It looked like two platters put together, about 75 ft long, 40 ft wide & 15 ft high, and was hovering with a slight rocking motion 10 ft off the ground. It was a dull aluminum color, and had a row of small rotating propellers around the circumference. There was a window in front through which he could see the blue-lighted head & shoulders of a man, and several large windows in the mid-section through which blue-lighted movement of some sort could be seen. At the site was found a 60-foot impression in the grass.
Source: Project Blue Book / Humanoid Sighting Report
Type: A - When an entity or humanoid is seen inside or on top of an object or unidentified aircraft
About 5:30 a.m., August 25, 1952, while William Squyres was driving to work from his home in Frontenac, Kansas, he saw a low-hovering object with clearly-defined windows in a heavily wooded area about seven miles northeast of Pittsburg.
"My hair rose straight up on the back of my head," he said when reporting the incident later. He described the object as resembling two turtle shells, or two oval meat platters, placed edge to edge. Along the rim where the two halves joined he noticed a series of small propellers six to twelve inches in diameter projecting outward at close intervals all the way around the object. These propellers were revolving at high speed.
Squyres said the object was about 75 feet long, 45 feet wide and 25 feet high, and was rocking slightly back and forth as it hovered over a field near the highway. The body was of a dull aluminum color and across the top and extending down to the rim of the object were several rectangular windows, through which Squyres could see a bluish light fluctuating from dark to light.
He observed considerable activity behind these windows but it was obscured "like a window shade pulled down. I could see figures behind it." Forward of these windows was another rectangular window which was clear and through it the witness could plainly see the head and shoulders of a single man, sitting motionless, and facing the forward edge of the object.
"I definitely saw a human being through the window," the witness asserted. He turned off the motor of his car and got out. He could hear a steady throbbing sound and as he approached on foot to within a hundred feet, the object suddenly rose straight up into the air and out of sight, making a sound like a "covey of a hundred quail taking off." The vegetation beneath the object was blown about as the object rose up.
Squyres was convinced that the object was "piloted by humans, and not some men from Mars." The witness returned to the scene later with officials from the radio station, who verified the fact that the vegetation appeared disturbed, "like the backwash of where the thing took off." A later investigation by Air Force officials confirmed these findings, and the reliability of the witness was termed "good" in the official report (see Project Blue Book Special Report #14). - NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenon)
NOTE: In a strange coincidence, the Pittsburg, Kansas sighting was on the same day as the following similar reports:
*Delaware, Ohio - August 25, 1952 - 0540
One observer sees a huge metallic 75-foot long football shaped craft hovering low over the ground. It had several blue-lighted windows & several figures could be seen moving inside.
Source: Paris Flammonde, UFOs Exist / Humanoid Sighting Report
Type: A - When an entity or humanoid is seen inside or on top of an object or unidentified aircraft
*Near Maxatawny, Pennsylvania - August 25, 1952 - 1935
A 25 foot shiny dome shaped object surrounded by a ring of jet pipes was seen by Herbert Long hovering 15 ft above a field about 30 feet away. It stayed there for about 7 minutes, then rose 15 ft and took off at tremendous velocity. Light and some movement were seen through portholes. Subsequently Long returned repeatedly to the site and “made 4 or 5 contacts over the following 6 to 8 months;” he was invited inside the craft. They are “observations discs” from Jupiter, piloted by men like us but more advanced, who eat no meat, and want to be friends to humans.
Source: Richard Hall / Humanoid Sighting Report
Type: A - When an entity or humanoid is seen inside or on top of an object or unidentified aircraft
Type: G - When there is direct contact or interaction between a witness or witnesses and a humanoid or entity; either involuntary, as a result of a forced abduction, or as a voluntary contact
By Rupert Matthews - Perhaps the first case of a close encounter of the third kind to be made at the time it happened, rather than in retrospect, occured on 25 August 1952. William Squyres, a radio worker in Pittsburg, Kansas, was driving to work through farmland at 5.30am along Highway 60. As he drove he saw something odd in a pasture field that usually held cattle. As he drew closer he saw the object was silvery grey in colour, about 70 feet across and 12 feet high. It was shaped, Squyres said, rather like two soup bowls placed rim to rim and then flattened somewhat.
Squyres drove up until he was alongside the field and only about 100 yards from the object. He then stopped his car and studied the object more clsoely. He could now see that the underside of the object had a faint bluish glow to it. Around the edge of the object was a rim or walkway. From this rose a number of vertical poles, each topped by what seemed to be a spinning propeller. The object was making a dull, throbbing noise.
At one end of the object there were what seemed to be opaque windows through which indistinct objects could be seen moving. At the other end was a completely clear window through which could be seen a man apparently fiddling with controls or instruments. So far as Squyres could make out, the man was entirely human.
Fascinated, Squyres got out of his car to get a better look. Instantly the object began to rise vertically, the throbbing noise increasing in volume as it did so. The object continued to rise slowly for some seconds, then suddenly accelerated and flew off at high speed.
Squyres reported the incident to the USAF in case he had seen some sort of advanced foreign aircraft. An Air Force officer turned up a couple of days later and asked to be shown the site. He found that in the centre of the field the long grass had been squashed flat in a circle about 60 feet in diameter. The grass stems had all been bent over, not broken, and formed a swirling spiral pattern. The officer collected samples of grass and soil and sent them off for analysis - which later found nothing at all unusual.
The sighting of the UFO was in many ways routine and shows many of the usual features of a close encounter of the second kind. The sighting of a pilot for the UFO inclined the Blue Book investigator to put the incident down as an hallucination, if it had not been for the flattened grass. In the event it was put down as unexplained. - rupertmatthews.com - Roswell: Uncovering the secrets of Area 51 and the fatal UFO crash
Astronomer J. Allen Hynek wrote about the case 25 years later and said that he remembers "puzzling long and hard over this case, one of the very early ones received by Blue Book." Although he first dismissed the case as hallucination, after having encountered much cases years after years, he reluctantly admitted that such careless dismissal may not have been a scientifically bulletproof approach of the question.
The skeptic that expressed a view on the sighting merely commented that it cannot be true because of the small propellers Squire had described, claiming implicitly that the propellers really were propellers and were for lift, which is all subjective interpretation. He seems ignorant that birds do not damage planes that much in general and noted that "a bird hitting a propeller blade would cause instant disaster" and dismisses the case as whimsical invention" because of this.
The same skeptic lists the case elsewhere as to be dismissed under the motive that it was a man and not an extraterrestrial being that was seen in it, although the witness clearly said that he could not be sure of that and was merely voicing his disbelief in extraterrestrial visitors, without having the technical background and distance we now have to make us certain than no human aircraft ever matched the craft he saw. Interestingly, this skeptic author writes that the trace was a sixty foot circle of grass that was pressed down with some loose grass was laid on top as if it had been sucked up from the vertical ascent of the craft, while no source of this is given, no other sources I found provide such details, and the local newspaper actually writes that no trace was found by the officers who came at the site the same morning, and thought the nonexistent trace might have been washed away by the rain.
This skeptic also makes innuendos about ufologist hiding the case because it is supposedly ridicule due to the propellers, but it does actually appear in several compendiums of interesting sightings such as the NICAP's briefing document "The UFO Evidence" of 1964 and many other ufological sources from Vallée to Hynek to Clark etc.
One of the reasons that make the case less impressive than this skeptic tries to argue is that it has only one witness. This is why sensible ufologist would certainly not put it on the top of their "best of" lists, and I am pretty sure that if they had, some skeptics would have been quick to scoff as it is only a single witness report! This really tells a lot about the "skeptical process" on how a single witness case is being criticized for not having received the top attention a skeptic claims it deserves. In reality, the selective bias is largely on the side of the "skeptics" who only talk of a case when it already had a commonplace explanation of when they think they found one. - ufologie.patrickgross.org - The Hynek UFO report- Dr. J. Allen Hynek - 1977
Coke drinking linked to woman's death, inquest told
The sister of a woman whose partner claimed she died because she drank too much Coca-Cola says she does not hold the company responsible.
However, the woman's partner and mother-in-law say warning labels should be put on the drink.
An inquest for mother-of-eight Natasha Harris was held in Invercargill yesterday. Harris died on February 25, 2010.
Otago-Southland coroner David Crerar did not make any preliminary findings after yesterday's inquest, however pathologist Dan Mornin said he believed Harris died of cardiac arrhythmia and it was likely she was suffering from hypokalemia (low potassium) along with caffeine toxicity, which could have contributed to her death.
When asked by Crerar whether it was probable her consumption of Coca-Cola had caused the hypokalemia and arrhythmia, Dr Mornin said yes, along with poor nutrition and caffeine.
At the inquest, Harris' partner, Chris Hodgkinson, said his partner consumed between 4.5 and 8 litres of Coke a day for several years before her death, and he believed this had contributed to her death.
His mother, Vivien Hodgkinson said after the inquest that warning labels should be put on Coke products.
However, Harris' sister Raelene Finlayson yesterday said no-one had forced her sister to drink the Coke, and she did not hold Coca-Cola responsible for her death. "Nobody forced Tasha to drink all that ... it's like anything, we all know anything in moderation is okay," she said.
The last time she saw her sister, about a week before her death, she had looked unwell, Finlayson said. She told her she should see a doctor, but her sister put her children before herself.
"They didn't live the best lives, but Tasha always put those kids first. They never went without food or anything like that."
In a statement issued after the inquest, Coca-Cola Oceania public affairs and communication manager Karen Thompson, who also attended the inquest yesterday, said the safety of the company's products was paramount.
"We concur with the information shared by the coroner's office that the grossly excessive ingestion of any food product, including water, over a short period of time with the inadequate consumption of essential nutrients, and the failure to seek appropriate medical intervention when needed, can be dramatically symptomatic.
"We believe that all foods and beverages can have a place in a balanced and sensible diet combined with an active lifestyle," the statement says.
The company's thoughts were with the Hodgkinson family, but as the coroner had not yet issued findings into Harris' death, it was not appropriate for Coca-Cola to comment further, it says.
At the inquest, Hodgkinson said he found his partner slumped against a wall after she called out to him. Ambulance staff were unable to revive her, he said.
Drinking up to eight litres of any liquid a day can kill you, regardless of how much sugar or caffeine it contains, a Wellington dietician says.
Foodsavvy's Sarah Elliott said that when "extreme" amounts of fluid were consumed regularly, the body's cells could rupture.
"Ten litres of fluid a day could kill you, no matter what it is."
Specialists recommend that humans do not drink more than four litres of liquid a day. Natasha Harris's daily intake of Coca-Cola would have given her up to a "shocking" 3424 calories and 864 grams (or 3 1/2 cups) of sugar, Elliott said.
Also, the combination of caffeine and sugar encouraged addiction, and soft drinks were shown to make bones thinner and cause osteoporosis.
Elliott had one client whose five-litre-a-day Coke addiction had led to sweating and problems with his weight, skin and teeth.
There were problems when someone with an addictive personality was faced with choosing between cheap soft drinks and more-expensive healthy ones, Elliott said.
"Addictions are serious and she [Harris] would have needed therapy to get through that, and would not have been able to just stop." - tvnz
Mary Pinchot Meyer, JFK Mistress, Assassinated By CIA, New Book Says
Conspiracy theorists who question President John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963 have, over the years, become obsessed with another murder. On Oct. 12, 1964, socialite and artist Mary Pinchot Meyer, a longtime Kennedy mistress, was shot execution-style in broad daylight while walking along the Georgetown canal towpath.
Within hours, police charged day laborer Ray Crump Jr. with murder. They never found the gun, however, and a jury acquitted Crump after an eyewitness described the killer as much bigger than the diminutive defendant. In the ensuing years, the case has become one of Washington's most infamous unresolved murder cases.
Saudi Arabia: Woman faces beheading on witchcraft charge
A Sri Lankan woman could face the death penalty by beheading after she was arrested on suspicion of casting a spell on a 13-year-old girl during a family shopping trip, a police spokesman said on Wednesday. The daily Okaz reported that a Saudi man had complained his daughter had "suddenly started acting in an abnormal way, and that happened after she came close to the Sri Lankan woman" in a shopping mall in the port city of Jeddah.
"He reported her to the security forces, asking for her arrest and the specialised units dealt with the situation swiftly and succeeded in arresting her," Okaz reported.
Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy that has no written criminal code and where court rulings are based on judges' interpretation of Islamic sharia law.
"The punishment is always beheading for anyone found guilty of witchcraft," a Saudi lawyer and human rights activist, Waleed Abu al-Khair, told Reuters.
In December, Amnesty International condemned the beheading of a woman in Saudi Arabia convicted on charges of "sorcery and witchcraft," saying it underlined the urgent need to end executions in the kingdom.
Amnesty said the execution was the second of its kind last year. A Sudanese national was beheaded in the Saudi city of Medina in September after being convicted on sorcery charges, according to the London-based group. - guardian
Woman hurt during sex on work trip entitled to worker's compensation
An Australian public servant injured on a work trip while having sex with a male friend at a motel is entitled to compensation, a court has ruled. The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was denied a Workers' Compensation claim for facial and psychological injuries suffered when a glass light fitting came away from the wall above her bed as she was having sex in November 2007. She took ComCare, the federal government workplace safety body, to the Federal Court over its decision to reject her claim. Justice John Nicholas, ruled in her favour, saying the injuries were suffered in the course of her employment. The woman, aged in her late 30s, was employed in the human relations section of a Commonwealth government agency. The agency had sent her to a town in country NSW where she and a colleague were conducting budget reviews and meeting local staff. She was booked into a motel overnight.
In the judgment Justice Nicholas said it was agreed that the woman met a male friend who lived in the country town three or four weeks before the accident. They spoke several times on the phone and she made arrangements to meet up with him at the motel. It was not specified if the light fitting was pulled off the wall by the woman or her male partner, Justice Nicholas said. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal had earlier upheld ComCare's decision, finding that sexual activity was "not an ordinary incident of an overnight stay like showering, sleeping, eating or returning to the place of residence from a social occasion elsewhere in the vicinity. Rather she was involved in a recreational activity which her employer had not induced, encouraged or countenanced". However, Justice Nicholas disagreed, finding it was not necessary for the woman to show that the activity that led to the injury was one that had been expressly or impliedly induced or encouraged by her employer.
"If the applicant had been injured while playing a game of cards in her motel room she would be entitled to compensation even though it could not be said that her employer induced or encouraged her to engage in such an activity," he said. "In the absence of any misconduct or an intentionally self inflicted injury, the fact that the applicant was engaged in sexual activity rather than some other lawful recreational activity while in her motel room does not lead to any different result." During the hearing, the woman's barrister, Leo Grey, said sex was "an ordinary incident of life" commonly undertaken in a motel room at night, just like sleeping or showering. Mr Grey referred to previous cases, including when compensation was granted to a worker who slipped in the shower at a hotel. Mr Grey said there was no suggestion the woman had engaged in any misconduct and noted the absence of any rule that employees should not have anyone else in their room.
But Andrew Berger, for ComCare, said sex was not "an ordinary incident of an overnight stay like showering, sleeping or eating". While sexual activity was an ordinary incident, it was not necessary, he added. In his statement, her sexual partner said they were "going hard". "I do not know if we bumped the light or it just fell off," he said. "I think she was on her back when it happened but I was not paying attention because we are rolling around." In May last year, the woman was granted a suppression order on her name after she told the court she would withdraw her suit if she was publicly identified. Justice Nicholas ruled "the administration of justice would be prejudiced unless an order is made protecting the identity of the applicant". He took into account evidence the woman was suffering from depression and anxiety. "I am satisfied that this is not a case where the application for [non-publication] orders is motivated by simple desire to avoid embarrassment or ridicule," he said. - brisbanetimes
Description with video: While visiting my family in Washington state, my brother and I were taking turns riding my parent's quad. He came back claiming he saw bigfoot. I thought he was making it up until we played back the video. I don't know if someone was in the woods messing with us or something, but whatever it is freaks me out!
I decided to enlarge a few screen shots...what do you think?