Stick Thrown at Cabin Roof after Tree Knocking

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I have a report to share this time:

Sasquatch Tracker Associate D. Shepherd hears “loud crash” on the roof of a remote cabin.

Shepherd was conducting an independent expedition near a remote cabin in the Cordova area and had been scanning the area with a red light as well as tree knocking. Shepherd had negative results from his efforts and entered the cabin to relax. Approximately 10 minutes later, the “crash” occurred.

Shepherd conducted an intensive search around the cabin the following morning and found nothing out of the ordinary other than a 14 inch long stick.

Shepherd shared with Sasquatch Tracker that nobody was camped within 3 miles of the cabin and that the trees near the cabin were such that a branch could not have fallen and struck the roof, thus ruling out human activity.

Weather at the time of the incident was reported as “a light rain with no wind.”

Recorded as 2015/O – Cordova, AK @ (scroll to bottom of reports).

Sasquatch Tracker’s note: Shepherd was one of my Evidence Collection Kit field testers. He recently conducted some follow up investigation with a witness who had several encounters at a remote cabin near Lake Louise.  The investigation results are still under review and will be published when completed.

Godspeed loyal readers…


About Sasquatch Tracker

I am a private and independent researcher currently concentrating my search for Sasquatch and Marked Hominids in the northern frontier of Alaska. The primary focus of my research, field investigation and expeditions are in the interior of Alaska and the border area of the Yukon Territory.
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