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xTekno 02-07-2012 03:41 PM

Bigfoot's stomping grounds
 
There's more to Upper Fruitland than Northern Edge casino


Based on her investigations, Harris has learned quite a bit about Bigfoot, namely:

The creatures seem to travel between the mountains north of Hogback - where Harris believes they live in caves - and the San Juan River, collecting corn and melons from fields in Upper Fruitland during harvest season.

They smell like a combination of musk and rotting meat.

Although they are usually reported between 2 and 3 in the morning, they have been spotted at all hours including broad daylight.

There are at least three, including one apparent youngster, and possibly a whole colony.

They are attracted to women, children and the sound of laughter.

They may be beings that live between the physical and spiritual realms, based on reports of their tracks ending abruptly and sightings where they suddenly appeared and disappeared.

They make a variety of sounds including a loud "roop" and what Harris's daughter Holly describes as "a very creepy, lonely-sounding scream." Sometimes they imitate other animals, but not very well.

Read more at: http://navajotimes.com/entertainment...612bigfoot.php

RDNKJ 02-07-2012 04:37 PM

Interesting. I sometimes watch Finding Bigfoot on TV. I read the article from the Navajo Times and saw that some people put food out for them!!! :whatchuta

I don't know what the Navajo do, but where I'm from you never, never, never put food out for such creatures! Ya don't want them hangin' around your house, they're just trouble!

(not to be confused with Ms. Trouble from Jawja who hangs out here at pws.com!) :teeth_smi

xTekno 02-07-2012 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by RDNKJ (Post 1513529)
Interesting. I sometimes watch Finding Bigfoot on TV. I read the article from the Navajo Times and saw that some people put food out for them!!! :whatchuta

I don't know what the Navajo do, but where I'm from you never, never, never put food out for such creatures! Ya don't want them hangin' around your house, they're just trouble!

(not to be confused with Ms. Trouble from Jawja who hangs out here at pws.com!) :teeth_smi

@RDNKJ, funny! No, @trouble probably has a different stomping ground.


SANOSTEE There's only one rule when it comes to hunting for Bigfoot: Don't.
Whether you call it Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Skookums or one of the more than 60 names American Indian tribes have given the legendary beast, the harder you look, the less likely it is you'll find him, said Frank Smith, supervisor of the Sanostee Senior Center and keeper of tales from the various recent sightings.

"If you look for it, you never see it," Smith said Wednesday. "You have to be in the right place at the right time. Or maybe it's the wrong place at the right time."

http://www.daily-times.com/ci_19895147

Tsalagi_Phoenix 02-07-2012 07:51 PM

Interesting. Thanks for posting the links.

LISA IRONMAKER 02-08-2012 11:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno (Post 1513527)
There's more to Upper Fruitland than Northern Edge casino


Based on her investigations, Harris has learned quite a bit about Bigfoot, namely:

The creatures seem to travel between the mountains north of Hogback - where Harris believes they live in caves - and the San Juan River, collecting corn and melons from fields in Upper Fruitland during harvest season.

They smell like a combination of musk and rotting meat.

Although they are usually reported between 2 and 3 in the morning, they have been spotted at all hours including broad daylight.

There are at least three, including one apparent youngster, and possibly a whole colony.

They are attracted to women, children and the sound of laughter.

They may be beings that live between the physical and spiritual realms, based on reports of their tracks ending abruptly and sightings where they suddenly appeared and disappeared.

They make a variety of sounds including a loud "roop" and what Harris's daughter Holly describes as "a very creepy, lonely-sounding scream." Sometimes they imitate other animals, but not very well.

Read more at: http://navajotimes.com/entertainment...612bigfoot.php

Techno~Sure this isnt your family???

:lol::hysterica:hysterica:hysterica

Im kiddn dont get mad!!

Thx for the info....interesting!!

xTekno 02-08-2012 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LISA IRONMAKER (Post 1513696)
Techno~Sure this isnt your family???

:lol::hysterica:hysterica:hysterica

Im kiddn dont get mad!!

Thx for the info....interesting!!

Come to think of it!!

My sons Derrick and Big JR live around Hogback!! :hypnotize

cris_neva 02-08-2012 01:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno (Post 1513527)
There's more to Upper Fruitland than Northern Edge casino

They are attracted to women, children and the sound of laughter.

Hmm, I guess this is why bigfoot hangs around the Concho, OK area...back where the old indian school use to be...YIKES...they always say you can hear kids laughing and playing and that is where alot of people have reported seeing Bigfoot :hypnotize

cris_neva 02-08-2012 01:35 PM

Check this out...I work at this casino on the wknds...crazy!!

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LISA IRONMAKER 02-08-2012 02:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno (Post 1513707)
Come to think of it!!

My sons Derrick and Big JR live around Hogback!! :hypnotize

I know JR.....

xTekno 02-08-2012 02:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LISA IRONMAKER (Post 1513737)
I know JR.....

He's my BIG Sonny Boy! :tongue:

My bro Ervin is taking good care of him for me!! :hypocrite

So you know Zena too?

And Dora the Explorer?

LISA IRONMAKER 02-08-2012 05:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno (Post 1513739)
He's my BIG Sonny Boy! :tongue:

My bro Ervin is taking good care of him for me!! :hypocrite

So you know Zena too?

And Dora the Explorer?

thats good. But, dunno Zena or Dora the Explorer sorry, hehehehe

xTekno 02-08-2012 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LISA IRONMAKER (Post 1513773)
thats good. But, dunno Zena or Dora the Explorer sorry, hehehehe

Zena is the sister (not her real name) and Dora is the Ford Explorer!


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