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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Kyle is a country boy from Kentucky and he has a hell of a story to tell about some things he's run in to in the woods in the Daniel Boon National Forrest. I've had some experiences over the years that have had me wondering about these things and I believe the story he tells is the truth.

    edit for some reason this video doesn't start at the beginning and you have to go back to the start of it when you click on this link. I don't know why that is.



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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
    He cannot be seen but he watches and waits. Author unknown

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    "Kyle" came back on Vic's show and they talked about more of the details of his experience. Kyle also talked about the problems he'd had because of that experience and not being able to talk to anyone about it. Night mares and self medicating with alcohol got to be real problems for him.


    Kyle came back on Vic's show in the last few days to talk about things he'd learned about these creatures from family members. He says people in his area didn't call these creatures dogmen, they called it "Slew foot". I think he said his mamaw heard him singing that song and told him not to be singing it because it was about something evil. He was told the words of the song were changed to be about a bear but it really was a dogman that it had been written about.


    Jim and Jesse do a good job on the song and their are comments on it from people who came to the youtube channel from dogman encounters.

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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

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    TradCatKnight Radio’s Eric Gajewski, Russ Winter Cover Murders of Hundreds of Young Men Dumped in Water

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    great thread, should be in the general sec. there is nothing like being in the wilderness alone and listining to a paulides podcast.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Steve Isdahl has some video clips to entertain those who are quarantined and need a distraction from the news.



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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
    He cannot be seen but he watches and waits. Author unknown

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    This is honestly the best thread on this entire board.

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Moar! T weed, if you knew about episode 66, what other goodies do you have up your sleeve?

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by JDRock View Post
    Moar! T weed, if you knew about episode 66, what other goodies do you have up your sleeve?

    Here you go JD, this was a bad one. Bear and Coonbo and some others had camped at a campground where this story happened in recent years and one of the people with them got a really good photo of one of these things in their camp while everyone else was away sight seeing. Scared the crap out of him and he wouldn't let them have a copy of the photo after he'd showed it to them then he got the hell out of there.



    We are all travelers through this world
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    I believe the DSCI christians know and speak the truth
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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
    He cannot be seen but he watches and waits. Author unknown

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Brenton Sawin has passed on now but he did a couple of interviews with a country boy who worked as a game warden in the north west. JT is the name the game warden goes by in the interviews. Jt knows David Paulides and had been part of a search for a young boy that Paulides writes about in one of his books. The young boy had been with his family when he went missing. The search was started right away. JT gets choked up near the end of this video when he's talking about what he thinks he saw that concerned the missing boy and what happened to him.







    Brenton got an email from JT later on and he'd been attacked and was in the hospital. JT calls his dog his partner and Brenton reads the short email from him in this video below.









    In this video JT is out of the hospital and he tells Brenton what happened to him and his dog when they were attacked.




    We are all travelers through this world
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    We travel between the Eternities. Robert Duval as Print Ritter "The Broken Trail"

    I believe the DSCI christians know and speak the truth
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    The old coyote senses danger and sinks into the grass.
    He cannot be seen but he watches and waits. Author unknown

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    sawin was kinda young... hmmm

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