Originally Posted by Jay238
I have said this before and I will say it again. For my job, I was in some of the most remote parts of the N.W. United States. I'm talking, the only people who know where I am half the time is the military. Off the grid is an understatement. I have seen, what I believe, was a big-foot like creature near the Hoopa Indian Tribe Reservation in far Northern, CA. Now, I know it may sound crazy and far-fetched but I don't care if you believe me, call me stupid, crazy, etc I don't care. My partner saw this as clear as I did. We were in full ghillie and everything. We watched a creature come from somewhere underground and make its way to a small stream where we were laying (we were getting intel on a giant marijuana grow) that plague the area of Northern, CA coasts (as most know). I don't believe this creature saw us as we were a decent ways away. It was giant, taller than any man I have ever seen and was pure muscle. It slowly moved away out of sight and the weirdest thing was, it didn't make a sound when it took a step. Long story short, we were petrified even though we were armed to the hip (literally). From that day on, I was/am a believer. I believe one day they will be discovered and exploited. I think there are very few of them and they primarily live underground somewhere. Makes sense to me why they are never seen or found.
That is one interesting story. I couldn't imagine being in your shoes and seeing something like that. That would make sense about them being underground etc. And Northern Cali is supposedly a hot spot for them.
Originally Posted by Konaborne
Walking around an elementary school built on an old burial ground at night for giggles and gigityshits in high school
heard a loud metal screech/prolonged scraping
inside a locked stairwell, (locked on both sides) we saw a stack of old metal chairs with drag marks on the concrete
you could see rust where the chairs had been stacked awhile back
Dang makes you wonder, that'd be creepy.
Originally Posted by Nunavut
Wow, that was such an original comment...
Anyways, here's something that's on topic. I have never ever seen anything supernatural. However I have always wondered why man kind has been so keen on exploring the moon, but haven't bothered to explore the ocean. Something like 90% of the ocean is unexplored. It's always made me wonder what they found down there that made them not want to go back.
Haha yeah took me forever to think it up.
Yeah you have a good point about the ocean, plenty to be explored. I know the pressure plays a big role in limiting research. On the ocean topic There's USO's (Unidentified Submergible Objects) Some think there's some sort of base station near the Catalina Island off the Coast of Cali.