Hiding In Plain Sight

The real truth is Sasquatches have outsmarted us for centuries if not millennium by hiding in plain sight.

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This summer I had the privilege of getting to go Sasquatching on two trips in Utah.
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This state is packed with Sasquatches and signs of Sasquatches.
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I got to hang out in lovely Park City with my family and check out the surrounding area.
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In my travels I always look for signs of them.
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I was not disappointed
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This set of photos shows how I operate and also is more proof they have no problem eluding us.
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They have truly been hiding in plain site and this is more proof of that from a different state.
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Photo one is sunrise from the East at 4:04 A.M.
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I got early to investigate the area I found all of these signs near Park City.
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We work harder than most.
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I did some wood knocking and received three responses within 5 minutes.
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A sign we have them in the area.
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These responses came from private fenced off land.
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Photo 2 is the first tree break I found while driving on the road outside of Park City that prompted me to look for more.
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Photo 3 is the partial tee pee type structure I found near the tree break.
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Photo 4 is of a oak tree break I found on the other side of a private fence at the top of a steep embankment further up the hill.
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This embankment was to steep for me to climb with out hand holds.
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I went up on all fours.
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Photo 5 is evidence some thing went up the embankment with large flat feet towards the oak tree break.
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These prints, although not perfect, were bigger than my feet and resemble the partials I often find at my Central Colorado location.
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Photo 6 is a second photo of a print in the very dry soils going up the steep embankment with ease.
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Although these are not definitive proof they are from a Sasquatch.
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The fact that they went on a trail right next to the broken oak tree is a good sign along with the wood knocks, tree breaks and tree structures is excellent evidence of their presence in this area.
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All told, they tell a compelling story.
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Thanks as always, Mike J
Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies
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Bigfoot Research On Pikes Peak
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This research report took place near Pikes Peak Colorado on 05/04/12.
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In many ways they are out smarting us by hiding footprints when they can, being brilliantly camouflaged, moving at night, possessing acute senses and sight, avoiding areas of heavy human traffic when they can and by always leaving themselves an out or escape route.
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This series of photos will attempt to explain what is going on here and why I feel this way.
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This foot print was studied with the help of Leon Drew of Pikes Peak Regional Cryptozoological Research and Investigators and his assistance is appreciated.
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When you begin to understand that you are dealing with so much more than a simple animal, you can begin to appreciate the intelligence they possess.
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They are thinking about every move they make.
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Ever since the Patterson-Gimlin film in the 1960’s, some of the finest hunters, trackers, scientists and intellects the world has to offer has spent countless years in the remotest places with the best equipment money can buy only to continually come up short on the evidence side.
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This has gone on now for well over 50 years.
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I know why many are failing, they are chasing an animal when they should be chasing a hominid.
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Many individuals continue to show an arrogant unwillingness to understand the problem.
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The problem is simple, the Sasquatches don’t and never will trust anyone working on this premise.
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Being treated like an animal and not as an equal has plagued their research.
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Thus, they continually fall short of their quarry and will continue to do so.
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These groups and individuals will continue to be outsmarted in the field by their possible equal in intelligence and their superior in physical prowess and knowledge of the forest and what’s in it from eons of perfecting their skills in relationship to their environment.
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I am NOT that man anymore. I understand what I am up against and respect them for who they are and what they are.
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I will say this, we might as well be chasing Superman, it would be easier.
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Photos 1 is a close up of the compacted foot print found on the side of a hard packed dirt/gravel road on the west side of Pikes Peak.
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I weigh 240 pounds and I couldn’t even come close to compacting the ground in this fashion nor is my size 10 shoe even close in comparison in width or length.
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Photo 2 in this sequence shows the outline of the print with white powder, so you can roughly make out the shape of this print.
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Photo 3 shows a length scale with a measuring tape and my size 10 hiking boot.
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Photo 4 shows a width scale.
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Photo 5 shows the objective.
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The Sasquatch was headed to the abandoned trash pile filed with containers of food and drink left by recent partiers.
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The graded road is can be seen in the gap in the trees and the grade highlighted by the whited area of the sun.
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Photo 6 is a close up of one of the objectives.
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Pick over a recently abandoned camp fire full of food and drink.
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Sasquatches are opportunistic feeders and will take what is easy.
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This is smart. Its shows purpose.
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Photo 7 shows a view from the graded road looking down to the abandoned fire from the location of the footprint.
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The print was headed down this grade, but slightly offset to keep the trees between them and the food source.
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Please note the second objective in the background.
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It is a small clear running stream.
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Photo 8 shows the small stream, which is water, which would be the second objective.
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Photo 9 shows a close up of slide at the bottom,  which is twice the width of my foot.
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Photo 10 shows a slide.
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The Sasquatches slide down gravel embankments and jump on rocks when they can to hide their prints as they exit the area.
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This is a place that would have left a very good print otherwise.
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Hiding prints shows intelligence and cunning.
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Photo 11 shows intelligence again.
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This area is closed for the season. This gate is locked by the USFS.
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There is a trailhead 1/4 mile below this camping area and open camping above it about 1/2 mile, which they are purposefully avoiding.
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They are using the closed area to move about with little interference.
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They come down a steep embankment seldom used by humans even in the busiest of months.
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This was probably done right after the fire was abandoned the next day or that night after everyone had gone to sleep.
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They are that smart and they are that stealthy.
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The Sasquatch is a complex being. I respect what they give me and I am patient with them at all times.
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When I travel to their home, I enter it with dignity and respect.
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I do not flash cameras in their faces and I do not threaten them with guns or harm for the sake of science.
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How would you like it if every visitor to your home treated you this way?
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That is what is happening and is the very sad truth many fail to see.
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We have a simple saying at SIR, “When you act like a camper, you get treated like a camper.”
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Dogs, guns and generally bad behavior are meant with avoidance and the Sasquatch will just leave or ignore you.
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I understand exactly what is needed to bridge the gap between our two very different cultures and this is why SIR is different and in many ways better than the rest.
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We understand them and give them what they want when we can.
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Personally, I think our growing collection of evidence speaks for itself. Friends tend to share with other friends.
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Please share your thoughts and insights in the comment section below.
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Thanks as always, Mike J
Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies
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The following Sasquatch research gives

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Can you see how many are in this picture?
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The 3 were climbing through the trees and rocks. The 3 were climbing through the trees and rocks.
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You could not see them until you zoomed in.  They were not trying to hide.
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Can you imagine how easy it is for our forest friends to hide?
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Their coloring and knowledge is a distinct advantage in their environment.

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Zack Shelton May 21, 2012 at 5:24 pm

Nice field report and good pictures, can’t wait to see more in the future.

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rlynne2 May 21, 2012 at 10:27 pm

Mike,
It is always so wonderful to hear from people like yourself that show how much they respect the forest people. They are of such high intelligence that when with them you cannot treat them as animals. Your pics were wonderful. Your research area looked so beautiful there. I enjoyed what you wrote so much. Not only is it informative it also showed how much you care about them. Please keep the info coming, great job!!!
Robinlynne

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Brian May 23, 2012 at 11:45 pm

Thank you for a great report and putting things into a slightly perspective for me. I have and always will believe the species is out there and will never agree with the “science needs a body” group to convince me of their existence. The thought of treating the wilderness as their home and with even more respect than I give it now is a very powerful thought and actually a philosophy I will adopt. I wish you the best in your continued investigations.
Brian

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The beast August 16, 2012 at 10:55 pm

I have now finally read something describes accurately what I believe the sasquatch to really be like, however I don’t believe it to be a friendly beast although human-like in thought perhaps, given what I call this evidence it is most likely as I have thought that any thing more conclusive can really be found. The audios are eerie and sound like incredible inner torment.

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KMC August 20, 2012 at 10:00 pm

Finally, an organization that chooses to respect and try to understand the Sasquatch instead of treating it like a animal to do tricks with. I can’t stand watching other investigation teams on TV where they scream and howl into the night and then loudly go chasing after something.

No wonder they have failed to get any real evidence. Just like making noise in the woods to scare off bears, they have scared off anything that would have been seen. I’m a firm believer that if you want to find them, or gain evidence of them, then you’ll need to be just as stealthy and sneaky as they are.

Have you considered where scent proof camouflaged garments and hiding out in the area for a couple of days? I’d like to see someone sit for a week in a area thought to be highly traveled, and just be quiet and wait, watch and listen.

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bruce d. roff October 23, 2013 at 8:29 pm

Mike
I have been following your site for the better part of a year. I live in Yoder Co.
I spent a few years in the mountains doing construction work with the oil and gas industry, most of which was done on the western slope. Rifle to Meeker, west to Vernal Ut and down to Grand Junction.
While not having any glaring sightings I certanly found, heard and saw very questionable items.
I have become disabeled and have very limited activityi and driving allowed but that has recently changed. I have read the postings for the AF Academy, round Woodland park and up through Bailey.
would you and can you offer some insight to areas within a days drive for me to start looking and noseing around in.
Due to requirement of Qxygen useage I need to start out day tripping as I build my body back up.
Being retired now I can adjust my schedule to almost anytime.
Hope you might give me some starting points, I am a true believer from a childhood experience in Minnesota along the river and cornfields we worked there.
Hope to correspond with you or others in your group.
Bruce Daddy Bigfoot

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Mel August 21, 2014 at 6:50 pm

I can’t agree more with your approach and again, I am very thankful that you are taking the proper way to respectfully get to know our forest friends..I say this from a deep understanding and feeling, although I have not consciously experienced them, I just know… – I truly enjoy your sharing and it has been most interesting to me that, although only recently (this year) did I learn of much of this; when I listen to the audios, and see your insights (ie pics of tree breaks) I feel like it is so familiar. I have spent a decent amount of time in the woods here and there through out my life and the sounds (ie – the whooping, rocks and tree sounds) just seem familiar to me for some reason and feel calming… I look forward to finding ways to get out in the woods more! Thanks for the education that you share to help other know how to look and proceed!

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