Did a mother capture BIGFOOT in a candid still shot?
Animals seem to have a sixth-sense that has intrigued humans for millennia. Either by sensing storms or predicting strokes in humans, they are acutely aware of their surroundings.
It was this that caused Maxine Caulfield to take notice while out walking her dogs in the purportedly haunted Slieveanorra Forest. When the canines became intently focused on a particular section of the grove, the mother-of-one snapped some pictures.
The Daily Mail** reported that Ms. Caulfield had this to say:
The dogs are normally full of energy and never stop running but when we went through that part of the forest the just stopped still and stared in the same direction.
It was as if they knew something was there. I couldn’t see anything at the time but when I got home and showed people the pictures it was spooky.
People were pointing out its face and saying it was Bigfoot. I’ve always been pretty open-minded about the paranormal.
I don’t disbelieve, and this has really reinforced my view that there could be something out there.
The woods have not been innocent of strange accusations in the past. In 1942, a U.S. Air Force B17 Flying Fortress crashed killing nearly all of the personnel on board. Many have speculated that ghosts from the servicemen who perished have wondered the woods since.
Some who have viewed the potential Sasquatch attributed the picture to ghostly activity.
Of course many skeptics have observed the photos and claim light casting shadow is the culprit, not Bigfoot or a ghost.
Regardless, this Ms. Caulfield will either find another place to walk her pups or she’ll be as aware of the area as her dogs have proven to be.
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