This weeks JRG Notes From The Field Live Show (EP: 003) we bring to you a nightmare elks hunt that became not only creepy, but also dangerous!
In 1904, the wild men of Myrtle Point Oregon were introduced to readers. This news article is interesting but the account that follows is fascinating and provides a glimpse into the Sasquatch.
At repeated intervals during the past ten years, thrilling stories have come from the rugged Sixes Mining Company district in Coos County, Oregon near Myrtle Point, regarding a wild man or a queer and terrible monster which walks erect and has been seen by scores of miners and prospectors.
The appearance again of the “wild man of the Sixes” has thrown some of the miners into a state of excitement and fear. A report says the wild man has been seen three times in a month’s period.
Here is a 2014 Bigfoot encounter from one of our group teams in the Adirondack Mountains in upper state New York. And, this comes from an avid outdoors-man and hunter.
2:00-2:30pm July, 2014
Route 30 South Paul Smith’s NY
Nearest body of Water: Water all over the place.
Road runs right through the Adirondack Park.
Welcome to the JRG Notes From The Field Live Show. Yes, since we are just starting out we might be playing around with titles to the show…ha! But, no matter what, I want to bring you the best encounters and information, period…
Tonight we are going to interview David from the state of Oregon, southern Oregon to be exact, and Jack, a former police officer.
So, let’s get to it, let’s get to the encounters!
Here is an encounter during a day hike in 1989…
On this particular day (July 1989) I had intended to meet my parents for a simple day hike. I arrived about 10:00 with my son Rolf and his friend David.
It was a typical summer day in the mountains, light fog in the canyons and heavy shadows in the tree line; warm and enjoyable perfect weather for a brisk hike. This would occur later when my father, mother an niece arrived about 11:30. We took a light lunch break and three of us continued up the hill while the two boys and my mother remained at the cars.
In about ten minutes we had made the first hillside above the road. It brought us about 80 feet up to a large plateau that was somewhat open but not heavily traveled as I had only found this location a short time before. Long enough to have ribboned the trail and investigated the tunnels for dangers. I had also explored the remains of an old mining cabin, collected samples and posted the site in error.