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Bigfoot, Yeti and probably some Werewolves are all referring to this entity...



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Now, I'll tell ya the story to that video.

Got to Flagstaff, Arizona a couple of months ago and stayed at a shelter for about a month but got tired of that so moved out into the woods in the surrounding area of Flagstaff.

My first camp turned out to be a hornet's nest, literally, so I had to find another one and went further up on the hill and found a used one but, being that it was in a hard wood stand, I knew my camp would be visible when the leaves fell so I decided to try and find another camp and, lo and behold, up on top of the hill I found a cinder block building with a wooden and tin roof that had been abandoned. It used to be some kind of a Antenna Building but the wind had blown over the array so they stripped the building and abandoned it.

Perfect!

So, I move in and have been there about a month now. After about a week, I noticed the claw marks on the door. The first layer of the whole bottom of the door - which is your basic wooden door on the inside but the outside has a layer of galvanised sheet metal to protect it from fire which they get fairly often in Flagstaff - had been torn off and you could see the bear marks on the bottom. But that wasn't the most impressive thing I saw cause, in order to get its claws on the inside bottom of the door it had to carve a couple of chunks out of the concrete floor to do so! Further, when he pried it far enough open to get his paw in he then ripped the door open and snapped the clasp for the padlock that kept the door closed!

Now, for those who don't know, Flagstaff does have an occasional Black Bear and they are about the size of a large St. Bernard but they weigh alot more. I helped three other guys lift one during Bear Season and it tipped the scales at 300 pounds. They can break an Elk's neck with one swipe of the paw so, if the bear could get his hand on the inside of the door, he definately could have ripped the door open and break that lock.

Now, the forests in Flagstaff, including where I was, shows signs of previous forest fires so I concluded, at that time, that a bear had forced its way inside the abandoned cinderblock building to escape the fire. I had previously found a pile of bear skat on the old road that led up to this building so I was happy with my detective work up to this point. The sign was old so I knew that the black bear wasn't in the area anymore so I didn't think I had anything to worry about.

Then, about a week ago I noticed the hole in the door. I had seen it before, of course, but had assumed that one of the few homeless people that had left their name on the inside wall of the building had put the hole there for light cause when the doors closed all the way its pretty dark in the interior. Well, I looked at it closer and saw that it had been punched through from the outside and concluded that it was actually a hole from a 12 Guage Slug.

So, I figured they'd come up after the fire and found a bear inside and popped it one so, I looked around and, sure enough, there on the floor was the blood from the animal. There are actually five bullet holes in the door, after closer inspection, two from a twenty-two, one from a 30-30, another one from probably a 9mm pistol and then that 12 Guage Slug. Only two made it through the door - the 12 Guage and the second 22 shot which happened to punch through the galvanised steel right beside the 12 guage so there was no more wood left to stop it.

So, these boys had stood in a semi circle around the door about six feet away and opened up on the bear with the guy with the 22 firing first and then everyone else and then he popped another round off after the rest - probabaly a 22 pistol.

There was only one thing I couldn't understand.

How did that bear know enough to close the door after it was inside?

Well, I forgot about that until just the other day, when I'm out walking in the woods and found another 'bear' sign only, this one was a lot bigger then the last one and, in fact, when I first saw it I though it was a Moose ****! The bowel sizes were about the same and the only bear that big is an Alaskan Brown Bear - they don't have Moose or Brown Bears in Flagstaff.

This got me just a little perplexed and that night I checked out the building alittle more but could not see anything definate. I could see a couple of claw marks on the wall - not on the floor - which looked like they had blood on em that had soaked into the cinder block but it wasn't conclusive.

Over the next couple of days I checked out the antenna and the wire cable that ran down the side of it was damaged at around the nine foot level from no apparent source.

So, this is what I think happened. This was not a Bear but, in fact, it was Havava - bigfoot. It was smart enough to figure out it would be safe from a forest fire in a cinder block building and also it was smart enough to close the door after it. It was still sleeping when the crew showed up and they saw that the door had been ripped open, but was now closed, and they probably heard the 'bear' breathing so they got their guns, got ready and opened up on it. The 12 Guage hit it and it let out a roar and they took off for the truck. It worked its way to its two feet using the wall - doubtful a black bear would have - and then stumbled out the door and around the corner where the truck had taken off from - you could see some marks on that wall and possibly some blood stains as well.

Then when it found its attackers gone, it took out its frustrations on the Antenna and, literally, pushed it over snapping at least one of the cables used to hold it up and then it faded off into the shadows.

Now, I had a hard time believing that particular story for a while.

Until I went to check out the skat marks that I had found the other day.

When I found it again I got to looking around and found not just one skat pile, or two, I found six or seven piles of skat where this animal came back and took a **** in the woods in the exact same spot it had before, turning a smal section of its domain into an out house.

Man is the only animal that would do that - that is definately not a bear.

That's Havava.

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I actually found some claw marks on a Pine Tree this morning - believe it or not, I followed Corvus the Raven to the marks.

The Marks are bout 25 feet in the air.

Tree is about 50 years old so, if we assume it was about 25 years ago which is about right, the marks would have been about 12 to 15 feet in the air - definately not a black bear. That would put its paws about the size of two hands.

The tree was bent over also, like it was trying to push it over - all the other trees in that area are growing straight up. You could see where some of the bark had been ribboned by the claws.

He was marking his territory - the tree is on a path that leads up to the hill where he was camping out, so to speak, and I had walked by it about a week ago and never even saw it but, back then, I wasn't specifically looking for claw marks like I have been the last couple of days.

I also found a stand close to where it was bedding down at night - that's why all the skat was in the same area - someone was hunting it.

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Apparently a Team investigated his old stomping grounds :

 

http://www.labyrinthofegypt.com/mataha-expedition-team.html

 



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Get a load of this :  The Labyrinth is offset from the Pyramid by our 23* Pole Shift - this means this Labyrinth was built before the Micronova Poleshift in 3500 BC :

 

The massive grid structure of the labyrinth is also out of angle by 20° to 25° from the Hawara pyramid orientation.

 

http://www.labyrinthofegypt.com/result.html 



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