Sasquatch Rock Structures

All of these bigfoot research pictures were all taken by our Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies team.

This portion of our website gets the most negative comments. In fact, this is the only part of our website that does.

I have studied cairns, ducks and the like and are quite familiar with all human related rock structures in the woods having been in them extensively for 37 years.

This evidence is quite compelling. It will show you communication between two beings. Me and my Sasquatch friends as we communicate through rocks over time.

Rocks are an important of a Sasquatches daily life. They use them to throw, they use them to communicate, they use them as gifts. Shapes and sizes are important. Stacks are important.

Gifts of rocks, I have received many. Location of a rock stack to a Sasquatch is different than to a person. People put them on hill tops, trails and the like. Sasquatches do not.

Their locations have meaning to them, not to us. They can be on the side of a hill in the middle of nowhere. Often they appear quite random to us. Like I have said all along, “people make rocks structures, Sasquatches are people, Sasquatches make rock structures as well.”

Bigfoot Rock Structures CO 1

Bigfoot Rock Structures CO 2

Bigfoot Rock Structures CO 3

Photo one is the initial offering from me to them at our Central Colorado.
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It is the constellation Orion.
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The most predominate winter item they will see, just like us in the winter night sky. This was left on 5/17/2013.
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Photo 2 is at it was found on my return on 6/3/2013.
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4 rocks in a row, with a small rock underneath and what I would consider a directional rock below.
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Photo 3 shows how it was found again on 06/5/2013.
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The directional rock is in the same location.
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Now the sequence is 2 rocks, 2 rocks and one rock.
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Please note no other campers or homes for miles.
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The weather on Tuesday was rainy, cold and poor.
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We saw two vehicles in three days and they drove in and out and left the area.
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The rock exchange station is purposefully randomly placed in the middle of the forest.
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They ate all the food every night and left the plates, although the salad I left one night they picked at.
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I know what they are telling me.
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It shows knowledge of mathematics and communication, which shows their intelligence. Its shows rational thought.
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Animals is not a correct interpretation at all and has never been.
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Do you know what they are telling me?
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Colorado Squatch Rock Structures 1

Colorado Squatch Rock Structures 2

Colorado Squatch Rock Structures 3

Robin and I returned to Central Colorado on 06/21/2013 and found the following continuation on the stump in relation to our rock communications with our friends.
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Photo 1 is what we found. Just 4 rocks as seen.
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This has changed.
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We had not changed the pattern they left us before.
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Photo 2 is the Big Dipper constellation I made that day on 6/21/2013 to see if it would change that night.
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It is the most predominate star cluster in the summer sky.
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Photo 3 is what was found the next day on 6/22/2013 in the morning.
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The gift of liver was eaten and the plate was left, which is the norm here.
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Sasquatch Research In Colorado 12-08-12 by Robin Roberts 87

Sasquatch Research In Colorado 12-08-12 by Robin Roberts 84

About 10 month ago my husband Jon found four old snow tracks going down to a creek. They were huge, in a clothesline pattern and at least 137 inches apart from heel to heel.
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The tracks were in 2-3 feet of snow with no drag marks.  There was no possibility that this as made by a person.
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My intention since that time was to go up across from where the tracks were found and explore the cliffs and a nearby ravine.  On December 8, 2012, I explored that area.
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I had decided to go from the cliffs and work sideways towards the nearby ravine.  Almost to the top, I came to a wall of large boulders that I could not scale and went to my right following a faint trail.
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It looked like there was a spot I could get to the top without really climbing.  When I got to that spot, I noticed a small rock stack. It captured my attention because of the small size, 12 inches long and how it was made.
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If you look carefully at it, you will see the different types of rocks used and how it was put together.  This was made with a lot of care and thought.
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After taking pictures of the rock stack, I went up and there was a huge boulder with a very big cave at the base of it.  This was about 15 feet from the rock stack.  It was deep and went down.
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I could not see the back of the cave. I could easily go into the cave but I was uneasy about this cave and did not go in there.  Instead I explored around and behind it. I then continued my way to the ravine.

Robin Roberts


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We found this rock structure while in Utah assisting Brad Corless at a recent conference.

Bigfoot Research In Utah By Brad - 1

Bigfoot Research In Utah By Brad - 2

Bigfoot Research In Utah By Brad - 3

Brad showed me his primary research site in a valley in the Wasatch Range.
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It is located at a huge Fir tree deep in the woods.
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This is the first photo in this sequence.
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The tree is at least 150 feet tall and maybe more.
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Its trunk is split into three huge branches, each trunk massive in its own right.
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Brad has this set up as a cultural exchange station.
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He leaves fruit here for his forest friends, which was gone as well.
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Furthermore, he left a strand of beads on a nail in May of this year. This is photo 2.
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It was broken and the red and pink hearts removed and taken. The rest of the beads lay on the ground.
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The necklace was removed and reset by our forest friend.
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Brad was last at this location in May of this year.
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Much to our surprise, a new rock stack was located next to the tree on the right.
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This was never here before.
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It is eerily similar to those I have found in my locations in Colorado.
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This is a clear indicator to us both great things lie ahead for him at this location.
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As we left this location, I was fortunate enough to glimpse a black figure gliding through the forest twice as we left from about 25 yards away.
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This place holds great promise for Brad and for SIR in the future.
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Rock structure 1 and Rock structure 2 are from the Rampart Range area of Colorado.

Bigfoot Rock Structure 1

Bigfoot Rock Structure 2

I have been investigating this area since the early 1990’s when I found footprints that traversed down a steep ravine that’s over a 1000 feet deep.
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I have never seen anyone in this area, but me and the people I take there with me.
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In the 2010-2011 rock structures began to appear in this area on a slope I have traversed 60 plus times.
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They have never been there before.
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They are over a mile off the main road 100’s of feet down in vertical elevation.
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This is my most challenging area I traverse, so I am relatively confident that they are not man made, as they mark nothing of significance.
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They are literally in the middle of nowhere. In conjunction, foot prints and some recent possible nesting activity have been found in the area.
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The strange part is that there are two of them less than 100 feet apart.
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What they mean, who put them here, or what their significance is, is unknown to us at this time, but read on as I feel they may be Sasquatch related.
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This Rock structure came to us by accident, while we were investigating a sighting from a Cripple Creek, CO resident
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He reported a 5am sighting as he drove to work on a main highway with very steep terrain on both sides of the road.
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As we traversed this area, which is on a 30-40% incline, we found footprints and other evidence of Sasquatch activity, correlating his story. In the same location, we found a foot print in the ice, and Pine tree and Aspen tree breaks in abundance as well.
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Much to our surprise we found this rock structure on a very steep slope in a remote area, which is in the middle of nowhere, not on a trail and it marks nothing.
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This location is within 20 miles of the Rampart Range structures, so we found this compelling.
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Dean Harrison of Yowie Hunters of Australia sent us this photo showing the same type of structure.
Australian Rock Structure
Not knowing what to think of this new phenomenon, I contacted friend and fellow researcher Dean of Yowie Hunters of Australia, before I posted what I saw.
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I thought it would be best to ask someone as far away as possible, and much to my surprise, he too has experienced this type of behavior in the remotest places in Australia.
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I thus felt it was worthy of being posted. Ironically, this year another rock structure was located by the three fisherman at our North Park location, which is close to where I believe the Sasquatches live in this new location, which is on the side of a hill in the middle of nowhere.
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Dean sent us a second picture of a rock structure that he found at night.
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Now obviously, this is speculation, but having found evidence of Sasquatches in conjunction with these structures, one can only conclude they may be related.
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Is this a sign of culture?
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Maybe so.
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Theresa Yelek-SIR October 11, 2012 at 9:53 pm

wow. very interesting and very similar rock structures.

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Vicki Bishop December 8, 2012 at 4:19 am

When I see these interesting rock structures they make me think of the 12 stone altars the Jews made to God…
Do these stone structures always have the same number of stones in them?

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David December 11, 2012 at 12:49 pm

You can’t be serious? Anyone could have done these! Moreover, are you claiming sasquatches in Australia?! Never heard that one! Where would they hide? In the small and dwindling forested areas?

Keeping up credibility is very important.

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Corey May 26, 2015 at 7:15 am

There is a huge amount of reports of people seeing yowies, aboriginals have been seeing them for thousands of years. There’s even been reports of people in the First Fleet seeing yowies. By the way, there is no small and dwindling forest areas, the entire east coast of australia is basically forested, mountain chains running down the entire east coast. Yowie reports even come from western australia, north and south. Australia is a huge country that is about the same size as the US.

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Mike-Co founder-SIR December 14, 2012 at 3:03 am

Hi David, all our evidence is obtained by weeks in the field in some of the remotest places. We go to an area for year after year in some cases. One place, I had been frequenting for 22 years now. No rock structures ever. About 2 years ago they appeared 900 feet down in elevation, two mountain ranges back, on a side hill in the middle of nowhere. The only person I have seen their in 65+ plus trips in this canyon is a Sasquatch. In fact, more than one. A male along time ago and a female a few years ago. The female was pregnant. She dropped a nest when we surprised her. The next year there was two Sasquatches and two rocks stacks. Sasquatches are very much like people, they build rock structures, they build stick structures, they have language, and they give me round rocks as gifts. Their children play with rocks. I know this from years in the field with them. They clack rocks together as well. Rocks are a big part of their lives just like their human counterparts.

Finally, long ago, I learned if your worried about your credibility you should not be a Sasquatch researcher. You should not have a Sasquatch website. You should do something safe and easy. I am here to help them and tell the truth. I am explorer and a woodsmen and mostly I am their friend. Plus, I have yet to meet a true Sasquatch expert. There aren’t any. I find there are some of us lucky enough to know more than others because they allow it. I am confident Sasquatches make rock structures, stick structures, crosses and the like just like humans, which they are related too. Look at the hand print, then get out a magnifying glass and look at your dermal ridges. They flow down the hand the same. It tells me all I need to know…In Australia, by the way, he is the Yowie, another relative…..Thanks for your e-mail…Mike-SIR

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Madilynn December 21, 2012 at 10:35 pm

The rock structures could have been put up by anybody,depending on the weight of the rocks.I would say the track prints are more convincing.But still it could be somebody doing that.Hope you do find Bigfoot.

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Paul Guggenbuehl December 31, 2012 at 8:03 am

No offense meant here because all your other evidence is some of the BEST I have ever seen.
Your wood knocks put Finding Bigfoot to SHAME. But these rock structures are what we in California
are called Ducks. We use them to mark trails that are harder to see. Especially in the Rocky Eastern
Sierras. So either your Squatches like to hike and use the same trails OR other people very rarely hike
in that area and use them to mark their trails. Big fan of the site!!!

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Jsck Mutchler January 24, 2013 at 3:12 am

Paul, I too have seen rock stacks like this used to mark human hiking trails, though over on the east coast. But these are decidedly simpler. Almost all of the man made ones I’ve seen are more like a house of cards, while these are just vertical stacks. Also, I think it unlikely that humans would make these in such remote locations. If you’re that deep in the wilderness you’re usually either lost or you already know where you’re going. Either way, you wouldn’t build one of these. Just my 2c. To the SIR, you have one of the best collections of evidence out there. Keep up the good work and say hello to our friends in the woods for me!

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Michael Johnson - Co-Founder SIR February 1, 2013 at 4:53 pm

One thing I have failed to convey. None of these rocks structures are on a trail. You can see that in the photos. They are random in the forest and mark nothing in most cases. They are generally found in conjunction with foot prints, tree breaks and locations where we know Sasquatches are frequently and people are not.

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Heather March 26, 2013 at 3:01 am

I’m not trying to be a negative nancy, but these are in all likelihood man-made.
There’s an artist that placed these in Boulder Creek a few years ago. And we had some hikers mark our rode with one a few years ago (there’s access to a trail and it’s a rustic road).
The common practice in the back country is to add to them when you find them, my mom taught me that, as the mark trails especially trails above timberline. Not only do they often mark trails but also caves or even good views. Heck, I’ve made some in the back country off trail far from anyone else, just because there are rocks nearby and I’m taking a Luna bar break. It’s a way to say “I was here,” and to see if I can find it again in the future.
They also last a long time, a simple stone wall on an exposed cliff on our property (stacked rocks no mortar) is still around around 50 years after my great aunts and uncles built it.
It’s an increasingly common practice, and people are increasingly comfortable in the BC thanks to GPS and lighter equipment.

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Isaac June 23, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Heather, have you failed to read either the post by Michael Johnson clearly explaining he has seen these rock structures in conjunction with foot prints, tree breaks and in a locations that he has been going to for years? Oh yeah, and having seen Sasquatchs in the same remote place over a 22 year period of time, then having rock structures built in the same place. And I know your not “trying to be a negative nancy,” but you are clearly being ignorant. My two boys and I also enjoy leaving a rock pile here or there when we go on camping trips or day excursions. But we don’t leave 16 inch footprints, tree breaks or run in the woods wearing a gorilla suit everytime someone passes one of our rock piles.

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Robin Roberts July 23, 2013 at 4:20 am

Heather,
There is nothing wrong with questioning our research and what we find. I would like for you to read and look carefully at what we have shown. There was something about each of these stacks that did not seem to be man-made. They were not what we would expect when we normally come across stacks in our investigations. We as a group have come across hundreds and hundreds of rock stacks. How many do you see that we have posted? Much less than 1% of stacks we have come across garnered our attention. Why is this? The stacks were unusual in where found (usually not on a trail/ in the middle of nowhere), size, color, how it was made and the type of rocks used. I hope this helps.

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Robin Roberts July 6, 2013 at 8:35 pm

I welcome all questions about our evidence. I hope to answer some of them especially about the rock stacks we find while out investigating. First off unless we see one making a rock stack we are never a 100% sure it is Sasquatch related but we have come across some that we suspect are Sasquatch related. The following are several reasons: The location the stack is found, color/type/size of rocks used and how it was made. Most rock stacks made by people are rocks found close at hand, marking a trail and then piled. When I come across a rock stack that is not a typical example of what I see made by people I will examine it very carefully. I have come across stacks that I suspect is Sasquatch related because of the following reasons: Made with rock not found in that location, the careful stacking, number of rocks used, size of the rocks used. color of rocks used and why was it made at that spot when it doesn’t make sense. I have encountered 100’s of rock stacks in my investigations. How many do I have that I have photographed as possible Sasquatch? Less than 10. That should put in perspective our careful and cautious approach that we have when we come across a rock stack. I hope this answers some of those questions.

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Thomas s. July 7, 2013 at 6:03 pm

I think that rock structures 1 and 2 are warning of the steep slope. I think it is a warning of dangerous terrain ahead and the Sasquatch that is trying to tell other Sasquatch and possibly humans as well that the terrain is dangerous and they need to be cautious.

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Robin Roberts July 22, 2013 at 11:54 pm

Your thinking is a possibility. No one knows the reason why they are made. Sometimes by looking at where they are made and how they are made will give us clues. On one investigation trip I encountered 5 rock stacks that were about 1/2 mile apart and by a stream. I am almost 100% sure it was not human made because it didn’t make sense because of where they were found and why. To this day I am not quite sure why but it may have something to do with where they were traveling and where they were going to sleep. One of the rock stacks was on a pushed down pine tree with a nest made from the branches at the other end. I think the other stacks where telling others who and where it could be found. I have never seen anything like this before. There could be various reasons why with the stacks. Just like there are many reasons why people make them. I just hope people won’t dismiss rock stacks because we make them too. Maybe one of the reasons why they do is to mask their handiwork in plain view. They are human smart and have the intelligence to do just about anything. Thinking like they are regular wildlife like bears or deer is a major reason why they have eluded us. Thinking of their humanity and primate side is the key to unlock this mystery.

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Donald Kirstine September 10, 2013 at 11:01 pm

Thank you for some great information. In your finding of rock structures does the bottom almost always stick out to one side? I notice that in your pictures.

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RENE November 6, 2013 at 12:41 am

I found an antique hammer in the middle of a national forest in Michigan. The thing was half buried under old dried pine needles and leaves. The hammer handle was nearly eaten away by termites, but enough of it left you could still hold the hammer in your hand. There was no reason for that hammer to have been where it was…unless it fell out of an aircraft or something…long ago. Which I doubt. Maybe it got there by some force of nature like a tornado throwing off it’s debris. Clearly it wasn’t a Native American artifact. The head of the hammer is cast iron. So why was it there? Who lost it or left there? No real answer; just a mystery. Just maybe, a sasquatch found it and then left by the tree where it had been tree knocking long ago! Or, maybe, it was used to crack open muscle shells and nuts? I don’t know. It was just odd to find an old hammer deep in the middle of no-where, and that the hammer was probably from around the early 1900’s or so.

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don January 18, 2014 at 1:52 am

Rene

I remember a few years back I was hiking off trail in the Lost Creek Wilderness in Colorado (a noted big foot area) and as I was working my way down a steep hill and through the deadfall I noticed something laying on the ground just ahead of me. It was a nickel!! I thought that I had just made the find of the century!!! As I bent down to pick it up the thoughts ran through my head of how long could that nickel have been there. I picked it up and to my surprise it was only three years old. How could it be that some other PERSON was walking off trail just as I was, yet they were. My point is that that nickel did not fall from the sky and some big foot did not drop it.

To my disappointment, the lost creek area has been invaded by Denver. There just not many places left where MAN has not left his impression on our National Forests.

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Chris March 27, 2014 at 1:05 am

I think the rock cairns are interesting. The food being eaten though is attributed to sasquatch, though I believe there are other animals around? Would those other animals also sense and eat the food? Be careful. Cool site, I will bookmark.

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brett allen July 1, 2015 at 2:34 am

You realize the rock structure you found looks like a like an erect phallic symbol,as does the Yowie Hunter’s… NW Native Americans have long told the story, over 100 years ago, that Sasquatch (Stick Indians) have a vulgar sense of humor…

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Kathleen September 5, 2016 at 9:40 pm

These rock piles look like an ankle and foot heading in a specific direction.

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Brett Allen November 22, 2016 at 7:36 am

Stacked stones are called cairns and ancient cairns are found all over Eurasia and North Africa; while the rocks on the stumps could be celestial alignments; something to consider since ancient astrological sites are found all over the world; and still practiced by the world’s indigenous peoples like North America’s Inuit. So many think North America has no such sites… Google Paul Bunyan’s Boot in Colorado. Sadly, too few ‘researchers’ listen to the wisdom of Native Americans who shared the woods of North America for 12,000 yrs, and who say these are ancient beings, some, highly intelligent ‘indians.’ Roman accounts of conquests relate many strange races of genetic aberration from antiquity… including dog headed humans and hairy giants. The Christian Bible is no different. Most have no clue that many ancient dolmen (huge balanced stones) also exist right here in North America, or that several biblical figures were “hairymen,” se’ir or satyr, meaning hairy. These ‘demon’ or hybrid races were painstakingly left to us chiseled into medieval Christian architecture…why? Myth tells us these Hairymen or wildmen, were considered highly intelligent woodland deities; in fact, several Native Americans names include descriptors that seem to come straight from Genesis. The fact is, while many researchers see no connection, North America is covered with ancient megalithic structures and dirt mounds; and dozens of biblical locations and characters have now become proven archaeological FACT. Why does Chaco Canyon look like Gobekli Tepi (tepee?)? Why do glyphs found in Olmec ruins also exist in Turkey? When will we stop believing Columbus was the first to make it to North America or that America itself has no ancient past, or that modern humans are all there ever was… or more correctly, is. Google the giant elongated Paracas skulls, you can literally walk here from Peru. But if you really want an education, read the Book of the Hopi, and you’ll come to realize why the Spanish burnt the codex of the Aztecs and Maya as works of Satan. Our history is far stranger than we many understand or are willing to admit… but can easily be appreciated witnessing ancient megalithic cultures… Bigfoot or Hairymen did not appear from a vacuum, and seen all over the world, are most likely a living part of that ancient history.
Brett Allen – Cover UFO Magazine 2007 (45yrs of research).

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