Recent Tree Knocking Incident…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with all of you…

I have a report of tree knocking to share with you today:

 

2019 / 01 / O – Desper Creek, AK

On February 19, 2019 at 0245 hours, the reporting witness awoke to the family’s three dogs whining to go outside.  The witness explained that it was a normal thing for the dogs to want to go out during the night for a “potty break”.  Each dog would usually go outside one at a time on a retractable leash while the witness would stand just inside the back door of the house.  The male dog went out first and he immediately alerted to something near Desper Creek (which runs through the property) approximately 225 yards from the door.  The witness stated that the dog’s hackles were up and he was on guard as they both heard four distinct and evenly spaced knocks coming from the creek area.  As the dog retreated to the house, the witness put the retractable leash on the next dog.  The second dog seemed “oblivious” to what had happened seconds before.  As the third dog went out, it turned its nose towards the creek and behaved nervously.  While the other dogs were out, the male dog went to the living room and was nervously pacing and “woofing” as he glanced out the window in the direction of the creek.  (The living room is on the creek side of the house.) His nervous behavior spooked the other dogs and they quickly joined in scanning the area through the window and emitting nervous “woofing” barks.  This continued for some time and eventually all of the dogs calmed down.  The witness was unsure of the exact location along the creek where the knocks had come from.

Desper Creek

Summer photo of Desper Creek near 2019 / 01 / O Tree Knocking Incident.  (USFWS, 2008). 

INVESTIGATIVE NOTES: A search of the area was conducted.  No tracks or other physical evidence was located, however due to deep snow, the search was limited to areas that could be seen from an access road.  Incidentally, the Sasquatch Tracker database contains other reports of activity within 4 miles of  this incident.  Sasquatch Tracker, 2019.

 

 

Tree knocking seems to be a normal way of communication among Boreal Sasquatch.  From what I can tell after examining several reports is that tree knocking is a general form of communication used to locate each other.  Tree knocking also seems to be a security alarm of sorts.  Think of a Boreal Sasquatch sitting on a ridge and seeing a possible threat approaching and sounding the “alram” to others to be ready to head out to avoid problems. Of course there are many other possibilities here.   I am interested in hearing the opinions of my loyal readers about tree knocking, so please sound off in the comments section below!

On a side note here, please continue your support for Sasquatch Tracker Associate Larry “Beans” Baxter and his Kenai Bigfoot Research Group…  Kenai Bigfoot Research Group

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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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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