A quick blurb before Audre’s intriguing post: I’ve released my second book, Arizonan Sojourn, South Carolinian Dreams: And Other Adventures. It’s a collection of travel essays I’ve accumulated over the last four years, and it’s available now on Amazon.
Here’s where you can pick it up:
- Kindle Pre-Order (releases Friday, 24 March 2023): https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0BYV275TW/
- Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0BYRKG9MW/
- Hardcover: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0BYR7TZJD/
- UK Paperback: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BYRKG9MW/
Pick up a copy today! Even sharing the above links is a huge help.
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She’s shown us the books and the videos, and I’ve shown you the Nanoblock build. Now it’s time to consider what Bigfoot builds.
Prior to Audre Myers submitting this post, I had no idea that Bigfoots allegedly build unique “structures.” I have no idea what the significance of these structure are, and I’m skeptical—they seem like they could easily be the result of thunderbolts or other creatures smashing through the forests—but I’m open to the idea that they are the result of a hairy intelligence with massive feet.
Audre presents the evidence. Take a look, and leave a comment. Are these the structures of an intelligent creature? Are they elaborate hoaxes? Or the result of natural phenomena? Maybe it’s something other than Bigfoot altogether—gulp!
With that, here is Audre’s examination of Bigfoot “structures”: