The man also claims to have had a close encounter (close as in 15 feet away) with a ‘family’ of sasquatch, the tallest being over 10 feet tall. The encounter came after a large rock was thrown at him.
“An object landed within ten feet of us that I know of no human being able to throw it that far. There was one about 10 foot tall. A family group drew in close, three of which got within 15 feet of me. It looked like something out of a Steven Spielberg movie, not human as I know it”
The man claims he has video evidence that he will be releasing soon.
Darrin Noland leads a deliberate and careful life, but when his old friends spring a camping trip on him it’s a good time he can’t run from. The escape turns south when Darrin finds out the unsettling news that Warren, someone he has avoided since junior high, is also along for the ride. Darrin attempts to avoid an awkward reunion but horrible events cause him to face his regretful past and take on his beast within.
Since we were never able to find a copy of the New Boggy Creek, I guess we’ll settle for Nathan and Philip Ellering’s new movie starring Joey Brown, Garrett Vander Leun, Nina Brissey, Phillip Ellering and Nathan Ellering (hell yeah, you have to star in your own Sasquatchploitation Film, its the rules).
Multiple ORBL UFO sightings in the past several days and some interesting video taken in College Station, Texas on October 10th, 2010.
A report from October 10th left on Whales In Space
Saw 5 or 6 orange dots moving arcoss the sky around 12 at nite then 2 mins later 4 more appered and also moved across the sky then disappeared 4 at a time or so, at first i thought it was a airplane but it made no noise and the light didnt not blik, jus a steady orange light… i was outside of a club so 15 ppl also saw it. in Palm Bay Fl
and another on from October 8th
I just saw ONE GIANT object glowing yellow-orange, as if it were on fire… i originally thought it was 300 feet or so above our heads at first. although it seemed to be moving upwards and traveled across the sky in less than a minute. a ICBM perhaps? We all survived. 4 of us saw it… We all agreed for the most part although the Air force Vet amongst us seemed okay to call it a UFO and move on… this thing was erie!!!! my first contact with ALIENS perhaps/??/ i also googled what i saw to find this site…maybe i should call the police…
from northwest connecticut around 7:40 pm
Some very interesting video taken on October 10th from college station Texas
www.examiner.com has a round up of MUFON reports from the past several days, including “a bright star flashing” far east” and very high in the sky on October 9, 2010 over Kansas, a “blue-white oval ball” on October 8, 2010 over Tennessee, and two round, orange-yellow lights in the sky on October 9, 2010 over New Jersey.
Also included is a report of “what looked like two stars moving together (northward) over the mountains (maybe several hundred to 1000 feet above the ridgeline) on October 8, 2010 from Virginia.
The reports from Kansas, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Florida create a bonifide UFO Flap over the South Eastern US in the past several days.
”This is the most important footage of a Sasquatch since Paterson/ Gimlin film taken over 40 years ago,” said Matthew Moneymaker, head of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization as he prepared to show an invitation only crowd of 250 Bigfoot researchers in Yakima, Washington the ‘Squeaky Thermal’ bigfoot video shot by Michael Greene.
Michael Greene sounds like an ok guy. A retired Chief of a State Fraud Investigations Bureau who has a Master’s Degree in Psychology, a Court Qualified Questioned Documents Expert ,and former Investigator for the Public Defender’s Office who has spent 20 years looking for bigfoot. He has looked from glacier fields in the Yukon, to a meteor crater in northern Quebec, the Everglade swamps of Florida and the deep in the rain forests of the Pacific Northwest. Him website, www.bushloper.net, claims “You Can’t Fool A Thermal Imager”.
The video was taken in April 28th, 2009 in the Uwharrie National Forest, NC.