If you’ve never seen one, you are likely a skeptic. After all, deep woods make us prone to superstition. We don’t belong out of shelter – in the dark wooded realm of human ignorance.
But have you really been in the forest? I mean off roads and trails, in the gnarly bush where most people don’t venture. Because they are out there.
Pay attention and you’ll feel them watching. A creepy tingle behind the ears; then heat, dead silence and a twinge of fear. Don’t forget to look behind you.
Those whoops, and knocks, and clacking rocks aren’t birds, or squirrels, or wind in the trees. They come from creatures with hands like ours, and voices with intelligence.
But they aren’t us. No humans lay waiting in ape suits to hoax – not in the dark wooded realm of human ignorance.
Stay too long, and you might disturb them. They’ll let you know … a rock at your feet tossed from somewhere close. Somewhere too close.
So, hold the skepticism until you’ve actually looked. And before you go, bone-up on what the experts say.
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And for those rainy nights alone, here are a few good reads to enjoy. Keep the doors locked and pay no mind when the dog hides under the bed.