Every Monday on Ghost Hunting Theories I continue to archive what I consider to be one of the most significant habituation situations documented by researchers. As the series continues along, field notes, photos, audio and video will be revealed on a massive scale.
As the researchers worked to understand the entities they were dealing with, around every corner they found more and more startling evidence and interactions that changed their viewpoint on everything they thought they knew about mankind.
The east side of the creek, some cedar damage was found.
A limb used for string line was found back atop the gifting bucket.
Someone tied a string to the bottle from the limb. You can see this is on the other side of the bucket tree.
Dusty's setup from June 10th totally messed up. Believed the Bigfoot did this.
Green chair (above) was moved again to area near the revolving feeder.
On the west side of the creek, the researchers found camo blind bag, camo poncho, monkey doll, placed inside with tin plate on ground. This was believed to be configured by Bigfoot.
Far west side of creek, a Christmas decoration on a small limb (above) was found jammed into a tree crevice (by the Bigfoot).
Closer photo (above) of the decoration.
Broken limbs formation (above) thought to be done by Bigfoot.
Across from the prior broken limbs formation, the researchers found this huge X formation (above).
X made of limbs on ground (above) found near a tree out in the clearing.
In relation to property, bottom part of the stick across is toward owners home. North part of cross towards the "dirty acre" area (the abandoned house area). Right side pointing toward tree. The left side is pointing toward wildlife management area. In regard to the "dirty acre," missing items the owner often found over in that area, showing a hidden cache area or hiding place.
B'au'darc tree (above) had been torn apart to get to tires chained on it. Now, the researchers have found the tires placed back over it.
The bucket west of the creek that covered the cord plug with a rock on top (above) was knocked over. It could have been cows.
West side of the creek, researchers realized Bigfoot did this. This was just on owner’s side of gate, the garden behind. They found coconut shell, bed frame piece, tire tube, rear view mirror on ground, red Xmas decoration (above). Harmonica in crook of tree. Owner played it and left it out sometimes (sometimes they could hear Bigfoot trying to blow in it)
West side of creek. The rear view mirror arrangement (above) left out by the researchers was found in a tree near the tires.
July 11, 2003
Long limb (above) stood up and then a long limb jammed into limb's vee perpendicular. This was west of the creek and believed to have been done by Bigfoot.
A huge X formation was removed and a "door" formation (above) showed up on the west side of the creek (an area they designated as Bigfoot refuge). Much action happened on that west side of the creek.
On the west side of the creek, the researchers painted the tires (above) and made a new formation near the mirror.
South corner of property, Dusty hanged a sweaty navy blue t-shirt (above) from the food bucket. In the lower part of the photo you can see an old bait can from old string line they used to hang from tractor barn. They had curved the metal inward in spikes and set it up so if the Bigfoot reached in, they would cut a finger and be able to obtain a blood sample. They changed their minds and stopped doing it as they didn’t want to hurt them.
Dusty's formation (above) on trail near revolving feeder.
A setup (above) made by the researchers along the fence line.
Travel Channel, in their honest desire to bring us paranormal investigation concepts, understood the need for a moody setting. In their wisdom, they brought us a team called into a haunted city in the Deep South's bayous. And atmosphere and mood was amped up like never before!
Morgan City, La., is experiencing a disconcerting spike in emergency calls related to encounters with ghosts from the bayou city's turbulent past. Police Chief James Blair calls upon a team of paranormal experts to investigate the city's rise in bizarre activity. The team is led by Lousiana native Jereme Leonard, former FBI agent Ben Hansen and psychic medium Sarah Lemos. With the help of local historian Diane Wiltz, the team digs into the area's haunted history and begins the crossing-over process for some of the spirits wreaking havoc on the small community. Learning that the hauntings have spread throughout the area, the team begins working with other police departments to get to the bottom of the ghostly infestation of St. Mary Parish.
I think the world of Ben Hansen, who leads the team. I got to know him back in his "Fact or Faked" days. He is enthusiastic, highly intelligent, hard to impress, and very kind and thoughtful toward humanity. These are all qualities that are greatly appreciated when the leader of a team is an example. When I sat down for an episode to get a feel for the series, I was hooked fast. I ended up making a marathon of the episodes and truly loved it!
It's not easy to impress me when it comes to ghost shows. I wave my hand and ignore a lot of them. In fact, I haven't been a regular watcher of any ghost shows since around 2013.
This show doesn't contain the usual group running around with meters hollering. The psychic on the team is a thoughtful woman who uses her skills without too much theatrics, which is appreciated. The psychics who get overly worked up really embarrass me as a psychic. It takes a level of security in ones abilities to be mature and stick it out when things get uncomfortable and to help folks be empowered and reframe their experience.
The location in the bayou, the dark legends, the murky wet environment dripping with a rough history just makes this ghost telling all the better. We southerners know our ghost stories well, as they are deeply ingrained in the blood-stained landscape and the murky shadows. The only thing at all I would alter is the background music - would love something a bit more bayou sounding to set the mood even deeper.
It appears that "Ghosts of Morgan City" has done its job to bring us the Deep South's ghosts in a most delightful and entertaining format that makes us feel like we're riding along in their ghost coach like a more serious and mature Scooby Doo gang.
We often get caught up in Bigfoot in the Northwest or inhabiting forests of the United States and Canada, but the truth is, anywhere Native People have lived and do live, they can also exist. They are found in the cornfields of the Midwest, outside of cities, and even in the desert. And, as summertime at the beach comes to mind, we might even get a chance to glimpse one on the sand and in the surf. So, where does Bigfoot get seen along our oceans?
Most often, Bigfoot is reported on Washington, Vancouver, Oregon and Northern California beaches. But, don't let that fool you. They have been seen on Virginia Beaches, the Carolinas, and Northwestern Florida.
LINK: A tourist vacationing near South Carolina’s Black Mountain range claims he saw something resembling Bigfoot last Thursday, and he managed to capture the entire “encounter” on video.Eric Walters told WBTV that he had rented a cabin off North Carolina Highway 9 last week and was enjoying a quiet stay in the woods with his wife and friends. At the time, his biggest concern was not mythical creatures, but bears. “Our neighbors told us there was some bear activity and to be cautious,” he said. “So, when [I] walked the trails I’ve kept my Yorkie, Zippy very close.” Many wildlife experts advise against bringing dogs on hikes in bear territory, as dogs may instinctively provoke the larger animal and in many cases, result in the bear turning its attention on its owner. Perhaps fortunately for Walters, he did not run into any bears, but he may have found a Sasquatch. During a walk near the cabin on Thursday morning, Waters recorded video of what appears to be a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid walking upright. Whatever it was, it seemed to be inspecting Waters from a distance until Ziggy began barking, at which point it fled.
NorCal Surfer Watches Bigfoot Watch Her From The Beach - Pacwest Bigfoot - YouTube
Two Bigfoot Sightings North California Beach in Two Years - YouTube
My best friend Julie and I headed into Gloucester, Virginia to check out a murder-suicide abandoned house along a quiet inlet. We didn't expect there might be Bigfoot, but the focus of our study changed quickly -
Suicide Murder House and Tidewater Bigfoot - YouTube
Given a whole sea filled with yummies, it's not surprising that Bigfoot find their way onto beaches to take advantage of what ancients always have - the lure of fresh seafood. As well, the currents of the waters, the moonlight on the surface, the beckoning sounds and smells should draw anyone who appreciates nature.
This special posting is the account by researcher Dennis Guern of an expedition recently in Lovelock Cave in Nevada. The team consisted of Don Monroe, MK Davis, Eric Smith, and Dennis.
Lovelock Cave has garnered much attention for the legend by the Paiute Tribe of red-haired giants in ancient times that their ancestors had to drive into a cave and burn to death for their wicked ways.
For more information on Lovelock Cave and the discrepancies in scientific records, please read this article I wrote recently (the first in the series on Lovelock Cave) - LINK.
Recently, I took part in an intellectual expedition of Lovelock Cave in Nevada with Don Monroe, MK Davis, and Eric Smith.
After a lengthy desert drive in 100+ degree weather with glaring sunlight, we pulled up to the dry basin below the cave. I stared up at the opening, pondering how a cave in the middle of a giant desert could hold significant secrets.
Walking up in the oppressive heat, my focus was on the rattlesnakes that might be between me and the opening. My first thought when I approached the cave, I felt despair, agony, total loss, sadness. Then, as I entered it, my eyes caught the blackened ceiling and I realized something bad happened in that cave. This reality made the past “legends” sink in. A grouping of giant people in a cave, the opening filled with sage and debris and burning out of control; rendering their body fat in the soot on the ceiling for all time. This imagery passed through my mind and added to the weighted burden of despair.
I was surprised to find how clinically picked over the cave appeared. There was a wooden stand for the public to walk on, so as not to disturb the cave floor. Why? A sign told of the Paiute presence in the cave, without mention of the Paiute’s legend of red-haired giants. This sanitization was highly suspect given the story the ceiling told.
Don Monroe pointed out the area where he and MK Davis found a giant 18-inch handprint six years earlier, made of the black tarry substance found on the ceiling. After its reveal to the public, it had been cleaned off completely by some high-powered water tool, no doubt. The left side of the cave had been dynamited and collapsed to reduce the size which was again, really suspect.
I spent some time walking around, imagining the vision of the past coming to life in the space. I stared out over the desert floor outside and envisioned it filled with water over 10,000 years ago when it was referred to as Lake Lahontan. It was an immense late ice age lake of over 8000 square miles. All of the artifacts showcased in various museums that came from the cave were all based around a duck-hunting culture. Ducks in this desert? The closest water for 9000 years has been two lakes, the remnants of Lahontan, Pyramid Lake and Walker Lake, both over 60 miles away. A duck culture here within the last 9000 years? Again, highly suspect.
MK Davis made a decision to examine the cave at night with thermal imaging to practice with this tool in a cave environment. We researchers joined him.
That evening, I walked about 4-feet in when out of the corner of my eye, I saw a white golden light. It moved quickly as I sighted it. It was moving to the right and deeper into the cave. My feet were making quick in the darkness. My gut was driving me toward something. I didn’t understand why I was being drawn, but I was determined to find the “sweet spot.”
This golden white light guided me to that location.
Don Monroe flashed a light at me to help my determined path.
I stopped, feeling as if there was something under my feet. It was a familial feeling, a good feeling, as if I had recognized something someone wanted me to know.
When Don came up to me, he asked, “what was that?”
“You saw it too?” I asked. “I saw a golden white light with a trail that moved quickly.”
Don frowned. “It seemed like a square to me, but it went so fast.”
Admittedly, I felt some relief that Don had seen it too. I wasn’t on a fool’s journey, I was being driven toward some truth.
*This is the second in a series about Lovelock Cave. Installment #1 LINK. Researcher James Carroll is adding to the mix with his expertise to examine evidence and hypothesize on the Lovelock Cave timeline.
It's July, but the stores know that we anticipate Halloween in the dog days of summer. And they know they can get us into the cool air-conditioning to peruse and fall in love with the new lineup. Let's take a look at some of the items for 2019 coming out for our beloved Halloween season -
I try not to play favorites, but I cannot help admiring how GrandInRoad mixes vintage feel with gothic horror and beauty all into one. Their buyer definitely has an eye for Halloween decorations and makes it more Halloween Home Decorating that seamlessly fits into a tablescape or landscape.
As always, Michaels has Spooky Town sets up the wazoo. They are hard not to acquire new parts each season to grow your display. But, they also are known for some bedazzled and bejeweled Halloween items, crafts like ceramics you can paint on, and wonderful vintage-themed items. I am especially pleased by their continuing to carry 1940s-60s feeling Halloween vintage and Poe-themed gothic crows and the like.
Party City is especially good for affordable costumes of a HUGE variety. They are also good for supplies for parties and last year I came across a specialty store - they took a Party City and made it a Halloween store like Spirit Halloween does. It had some similar items, but a LOT that were unique. They totally get the season.
Joann is a fabulous shop for fabrics and construction of ghostly specters and the like. They have reasonably-priced Halloween items that can add that little edge to your home decor without having to compromise your home's design aesthetic.
Spirit Halloween shops around the country crop up around Labor Day time, either just before or just after. Going to them at least a few times before Halloween is standard. The animatronics are always epic and if you are patient and also sign up for their newsletters, you can get great coupons or wait until into October and they begin pricing down. Pretty much if you want decor and costumes, this is the favorite place. I know I like to shop there for items for year-round in clothing and decor, but that's just me - Halloween nut!
I readily admit, I'm not a fan of Hobby Lobby's dismissive attitude about Halloween. They go overboard on autumn decorations and a few happy items, but they are definitely not even in my top 10 shops to find real Halloween gear. Still, some people like this place, so I'm including it.
If you want to get into the mood, I highly suggest my book "Adult Halloween: Taking Back the Season!" It's all about how to make Halloween sexier, spookier, more nostalgic and the like. It is chock full of recipes, crafts, and ideas for parties. You are going to be totally ready to take on the season!
There are well known reports of Bigfoot wandering the American Northwest, the Sierras, the Rockies, the Mississippi River corridor and even Florida and the Northeast, but there are Bigfoot reported in deserts too.
The assumptions that hair-covered humans would not live there is wrong. We know they are resistant to cold, why not heat? And, if Native Americans could live in such conditions, then surely these denizens of the wild could, too.
The Joshua Tree Monument Park and Twenty-Nine Palms areas in the California desert have long had reports of people encountering a tall hairy man, described as a Bigfoot-type figure.
In the early 70s, a man was supposedly being a guard officer at a facility in the Twenty-Nine Palms area. He saw something big emerge from the desert and poised his gun, warning it off. Instead of stopping, it stormed towards him and the man saw that it was a large hairy man. He was so shocked he didn't react and the hairy man knocked him unconscious. It was said that when they found him and he awakened, he was confused, upset, and his gun was nearly bent in half. (MORE)
Apparently, for some time, park employees and visitors alike have caught a glimpse of the Yucca Man (Men?) It was reported that in the last 70s, one Bigfoot that was 12-feet tall made it just south of Palm Springs and was seen by citizens.
Source:In 1988 a couple of service men from Twenty-Nine Palms were returning home from a day of fun in the sun at Big Bear Lake at about 9:00 p.m. when they encountered a creature that the locals call the "Cement Monster", due to the fact that it is said to live near an old cement factory in Lucerne Valley.
As the two men approached the old factory, a large upright running creature moved across the road in front of their car. As was the case 9 years earlier in Desert Hot Springs the animal in question was so large that the men could only see it’s lower half.
In disbelief the two men just looked at each other for a moment before one of them exclaimed "What the Hell was that?" The other replied, "That was the Cement Monster, after him!" The driver hit the brakes while the other reached for a gun that was in the glove box. The two adrenaline filed men searched up and down the road and around the cement factory, but never found any sign of the creature.
The pair came to the conclusion that they had seen some form of prehistoric man and returned to their journey home.
In Fall of 1987, I was camping in the park. I was about four months pregnant. During the night in our isolated tent area, coyotes ran back and forth all night, screaming and acting up.
Like any pregnant lady, I had to get up and go pee often during the night. I got up at one point during the night and the coyotes were screaming and running back and forth on a hill perhaps 50 to 75 yards away. There was enough moonlight that I could clearly see their silhouettes going back and forth. Their sounds became very wild and then from the hill emerged a man who must have climbed up the backside and was standing there with the pack. They scrambled around him.
The only odd thing was that the man did not show any signs of nighttime warm wear for cold weather, seemed rather bare. And he also seemed very enormous. His shoulders were tremendous.
My first thoughts were - where did he come from? We were in an isolated area. And, why are the coyotes hanging with him?
The unusual circumstances had me retreating into the tent, still contemplating all the things that felt wrong about the scene.
It is not surprising to me, as this part of California was once filled with water and the Death Valley to Western Nevada area where the red-haired giants were reported. Not far from this location are ancient Intaglios, sort of like Nazca lines that show a tall man -
In Arizona we have had reports of a Bigfoot in the area of Gila Bend, not far from the river, but nothing but open desert around it. These lands here were once filled with great lakes. If a population of giants diminished as the water dried up, many learned where to go, just like the Native American people who lived these lands and thrived.
Is there a Yucca Man? Sure. And he wouldn't walk alone. Surely, it's more like Yucca People.
I would like to thank MK Davis, Dennis Guern, James Carroll and Don Monroe for their input on this information and findings. Without researchers with their feet on the ground and their head in their books, we wouldn't make these kinds of gains in understanding. I have long noted strange discrepancies, but with their field work and book work, I'm able to express this in this important posting.
Lovelock Cave in Nevada has long been a location of great debate because of Paiute legends of red-haired giants long ago and their ancestors trapping and burning them within the cave.
In the early 1900s, guano farmers dug through the cave for bat guano and found tons of artifacts and skeletons. The skeletons were said to be giant-sized and having red hair.
Since much of this was disregarded, pilfered, and reburied, a lot of history was lost, but some remains in the form of artifacts that scientists tout as one thing while practical people must shake their heads and scoff. Here's why -
WOVEN TULE WATER VESSELS
Water-tight vessels for moving water, made out of reed, were highly skilled woven baskets and said to be Paiute tribe - although we need to re-look at this.
These pots found in the ancient Pleistocene lake, Lake Lahontan in Nevada. The Lake was at its peak 12,500 years ago and dried up by 9000 years ago. That means these woven reed baskets and pots had to be made perhaps 10,000 or more years ago (when the lake was there in the area). Are we saying that the Paiute tribe had the capability of making these sophisticated water-tight reed baskets with the skill set of the Egyptians?
LINK: The oldest known baskets have been carbon dated to between 10,000 and 12,000 years old, earlier than any established dates for archaeological finds of pottery, and were discovered in Faiyum in upper Egypt. Other baskets have been discovered in the Middle East that are up to 7,000 years old. With other cultures around the world showing such technology around 7000 years ago, how were the Paiutes supposedly using advanced technology as the Egyptians credit themselves for at the 10,000 to 12,000 year mark? Were these baskets built by a prior people in both locations?
LINK: Signs of shamanistic smoking have been found in Peru and Ecuador dating back to 5000 BCE, usually in rituals involving inhaling the smoke of dried plants as an incense. Pipes carved from stone, gourds or wood appear first appear thousands of years later in North America and most archaeologists dated them and their use with tobacco to around 500 BCE.
So, we would extrapolate this to American Natives started using pipes about 2500 years ago. So where did a perhaps 10,000-year-old pipe come from?
(Peru reed fishing boats)
According to Paiute legend, their ancestors dealing with the red-haired giants drove them off for their cannibalistic ways and the giants climbed into their reed boats and spent a long while living on the lake. Why does this seem odd?
LINK: The earliest discovered remains from a reed boat are 7000 years old, found in Kuwait.
Lake Lahontan was dried up by 9000 years ago. That means the giants' reed boats were much older, perhaps 10,000 years and more. A rather advanced people, eh?
LINK:The decoys, whose bodies were constructed of tule rushes bounded together with a twisted tule cord, were amazingly lifelike. Long rushes were bent over, forming a rounded bobtail, and bound together with two heavy cords, about four inches from the tail and another four inches down the body. The extra length was then trimmed. The decoy’s head was made from wrapped rushes, forming a likeness to a canvasback’s head and bill, which was attached into the cut end. Split tule rushes were bent over the joint to form the decoy’s breast. Eight of the canvasbacks had a reddish ochre coloring to the heads and blackening of the breast. Actual white canvasback feathers were attached to the bodies by sticking the quills under the twisted cords and securing them with thread. One of the decoys has a short string under the tail, which may have been used to attach small stones, either circled with grooves or with holes drilled through the center, as some were found bagged in another pit. In 1986, Dr. Donald Tuohy of the Nevada State Museum and Dr. Kyle Napton of the Institute of Archeological Research at the University of California used the latest method of dating antiquities, finding the decoys from Pit #12 to be 2160 years old (plus or minus 180 years), making them the earliest known examples of artificial waterfowl decoys
Goose decoy heads, probably used as stickups, were found in Lovelock Cave in 1912 and are now in the collection of the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology in Berkeley, California. To make these decoys, the skulls were removed from the dead birds, leaving the feathers and bill intact. They were then stuffed with chewed tule leaves, reshaped, and mounted onto bound tule stalks. The lower mandible of the bill was tied into place by running a thread through the upper mandible nostrils and tying it. In some cases, enough of the birds skin was saved to stretch over a tule foundation, creating a floatable full-bodied decoy. Preserved prehistoric specimens of white-fronted, Canada and snow geese, as well as American mergansers, pintail, wigeon, brant, whistling swan and ring-necked ducks have been documented from this region.
Once again, inconsistencies. For a people in this region to be focused this detailed on duck decoys, they had to have marshes and water. Since after 9000 years ago, this area has been an arid desert around Lovelock Cave. The skills show that a group of people (unknown if these are Amerindian or other prior people the Natives speak of), were developed over a long time at lakeside - thousands of years.
The oldest known remains of a Native Person in this area was the Spirit Cave mummy of 9400 years ago in a cave not too far from Lovelock Cave area. (LINK). So who were these duck-oriented folks along an ancient lake much more than 9400 years ago? The Native mummy found in the Spirit Cave was alive 400 years after the lake dried out. Yet, if there was a duck-oriented culture, they are much older than 9400 years.
This hammer found there is quite interesting. Especially when we compare it with the comparison of a 6000-year-old one found near Mount Vernon (below). Most of these are attributed to Woodland Period which was about 1000 CE. Apparently the one above was 9000+ years old and much finer carving than the 6000-year-old one below.
LINK: A large endorheic Pleistocene lake of modern northwestern Nevada that extended into northeastern California and southern Oregon. The area of the former lake is a large portion of the Great Basin that borders the Sacramento River watershed to the west....At its peak approximately 12,700 years ago (during a period known as the Sehoo Highstand), the lake had a surface area of over 8,500 square miles...The lake had largely disappeared in its extended form by about 9,000 years ago.
The last remnants of the once long-ago lake are Pyramid Lake in Nevada (64 miles) and Walker Lake (60 miles) in Nevada.These are very far from Lovelock Cave. That is a very long distance for a duck-focused culture.
LINK: "Sarah Winnemucca was a Paiute leader who stood for peace between the races at a time when white settlers and the native peoples were caught in a deep divide. Sarah spent her life building bridges across the chasm, and at times she was cast out by both sides. Red headed giants: To deepen the appreciation of the remarkable woman, Sarah Winnemucca, producer Gwendolyn Clancy and historian Dr. Sally Zanjani traveled around Nevada to the places that figured prominently in Sarah’s life including the Humboldt Sink, Pyramid Lake, Genoa, Johnstown, Virginia City, Fort McDermitt, Winnemucca, Lovelock and Carson City. This production includes interviews with Winnemucca family members Dorothy Ely, Sherry Ely Mendes, as well as Paiute tribal member Ralph Burns. According to the oral history of the Paiute tribe in Nevada, a red-haired tribe of cannibals lived near the Paiutes, and often harassed them with constant war, and occasionally captured victims to eat. After years of warfare according to Sarah Winnemucca, Hopkins, the daughter of Paiute Chief Winnemucca said that eventually the Paiute tribes had all had enough, and decided to band together to eradicate the Si-Te-Cah (translated as “tule-eaters”) for good. As the legend goes, the battled waged on and eventually the Paiutes chased the last remaining Si-Te-Cah to a cave where they had taken refuge. The Paiute attackers intended to leave none alive, and so demanded that the Si-Te-Cah come out of the cave. When they wouldn’t, the Paiutes filled the cave entrance with brush and set it ablaze, hoping to drive out the last remaining survivors. The smoke successfully flushed a few, who died in the volley of arrows, and those remaining in the cave suffocated and died. An earthquake eventually collapse the cave entrance to the point where only bats could enter. The remains of these giants were eventually found deep within Lovelock cave". Sarah referred to a dress that was decorated with some of the red hair of the giants.
Once again, scientists and academics try to pigeon hole and make things fit, but their discrepancies show an agenda. They are so focused on timelines and accrediting all to the Amerindian people that they miss the very real possibility that there were other people here, even before the Amerindians who themselves have legends of the prior people when their people arrived.
These earlier people seem to reflect Egypt's supposed history and odd timeline of strange technology before their time.
They give us dates and technology that don't jive with the time periods. And the biggest abomination is trying to make duck-culture artifacts fit in the 2000 years ago timeline, nearly 7000 years after water was gone from the area with the closest remnant lakes 60+ miles away.
This is only PART of what I am uncovering in discrepancies. I plan to expand this as I find more and more things that don't jive and also don't jive with the cave they let the public view today. Ultimately, this information will find its way into a cited report on Academia.edu.
You're a paranormal geek and you don't want to do the usual thing. Why not try restaurants and bars with decidedly paranormal or unexplained themes? Let's take a look at some of the options out there -
I admit, the Sasquatch burger is off the charts. This charming bar/restaurant in the heart of ASU campus is a total delight. It is decorated like a lodge and filled with Bigfoot statues and pictures all over! The Sasquatch burger has fried onions and uses two Texas Toast grilled cheese sandwiches for buns. It is one of my very favorite themed restaurants to visit!
Because of its close location to the infamous Area 51, this little watering hole has become a very popular stop. They even offer a limo service to tour along the Area 51 area along the Extraterrestrial Highway.
In the heart of UFO-viewing area outside of Phoenix in Gila Bend, AZ, this restaurant offers yummies of the usual diner-choice variety. They also have decor involving space and aliens and a cool gift shop with tons of alien items.
Next time you're taking a trek, consider looking up ghost-themed, bigfoot-themed, alien-themed zombie-themed, horror-themed restaurants. You might be able to incorporate these into your stay. You can go on vacation, but why not add some of your personality into your choice of locations?
Since their invention in 1936, polarized lenses have quietly been starting a sunglasses revolution. These lenses have been the go-to choice for those working on or near water as well as a must-have for anyone living near the snow. Although the term may sound familiar, there are still many questions that need answering like ‘what is polarized on sunglasses?’ and ‘do I need polarized sunglasses?’.
What is Polarized Lenses?
Put simply, polarized lenses commonly referred to as anti-glare lenses, help eliminate glare, which is defined as light reflected on any surface. These special lenses make it easy to see in sunny conditions and protect our eyes from harmful UV rays. Polarized sunglasses are perfect for time spent on or near water as they help eliminate sun glare that reflects from the surface of the water. These lenses are also commonly found in ski goggles to improve performance and block the glare that reflects off the snow.
How do Polarized Sunglasses Work?
Polarized lenses are coated with molecules that block horizontal UV light. In addition, polarized lenses can also enhance color contrasts we see when exposed to the sun. This attribute is beneficial for athletes and outdoorsmen who want to receive greater depth perception to enhance their performance.
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Do I Need Polarized Sunglasses?
Polarized lenses are becoming increasingly popular since many designer brands like Ray-Ban, Persol, Dolce & Gabbana are all integrating this amazing technology into their eyewear. The advantages of polarized lenses, such as increased clarity and improved depth perception, means that polarized eyewear has become a must-have for athletes looking to take their performance to the next level.
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Upon occasion in my research circle, we get to evaluate some truly amazing evidence. One researcher, however remained shy because of his career, spent many years gathering evidence of Bigfoot in Kansas and other states. He found out some truly amazing things along the way and some I'd like to be able to share in the future. For now, I am sharing one of the audios he captured of a troubled sounding restless baby Bigfoot and the mother splashing in the creek. According to this hard-working researcher, it seemed the baby was making sounds and the mother was trying to bathe and soothe the child so as not to give away their location.
Audio of baby Bigfoot and Mother Washing at Stream - YouTube