Archive for January, 2019


Well this one comes from a source that at this time does not want to be identified, but I’ve looked into it and it was spot on!!!

First who is Khat Hansen? Over the years she has posted multiple pictures of herself, but apparently not of the same woman.

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But she did come clean on the use of the phony pictures, which isn’t hard to realize why when one of them was very easily found!

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Recording Artist Joan Wasser

Now first we have Khat claiming a previously identified hoax as one of her named Sasquatch. The previous hoax; The Shawn Bannon / Sequoia Bigfoot Hoax .

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Shawn Bannon / Sequoia Bigfoot Hoax

Now we come to this gem, where she is trying to lecture folks on how much she knows about the Sasquatch. This video completely exposes her as a fraud and I am sure the more digging we do the more examples we will find.

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Alleged Khat Hansen picture of “Brattis.”

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Vid Cap from the UK Telegraph (2009)

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Comparison of the 2 noting the foliage totally gives it away!!!

With a little cropping, aspect ratio adjustment and some filters she created herself a Sasquatch named Brattis from Amani the Gorilla.

Ms. Hansen, whoever she is has been conducting a long term hoaxing of people claiming to know things about Sasquatch and speaking as an expert under false pretenses has just earned herself a spot on the Squatchdetective Hall of Shame!


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Here is part three of my series on trail cameras.

In part one we talked about the IR flash only being active when the trail camera is active and some of the components of a trail camera.

In part two we explored whether a trail camera gives off electro-magnetic fields in passive mode, which it did where the motherboard component of the camera sits. The Passive Infrared Sensor, (The component that is on constantly, which receives did not.

In this segment we see just how far that electro-magnetic field travels and if it is feasible to be detected by wildlife.

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Yesterday I wrote about how a trail camera does not emit a constant source of infrared light, which negates the theory that the creatures can see the trail cameras citing they may have the ability to see in the infrared spectrum.

Veteran researcher Michael Greene suggested that the cameras emit an electronic field, which animals that are sensitive to those fields and magnetism they create, could sense the devices.

I did a quick experiment using one of my own trail cameras (A Stealth Cam STC-Q8X) and the results actually shocked me.

Here’s the video:

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Thanks Mike for the comment and the inspiration to test the theory out!

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Squatch-D

All about trail cams

Happy New Year everyone!!!’

And what better way to bring in the new year with a little refresher course on trail cams.

First there has been a trail cam photo circulating on the web since the first or so of the month allegedly originating from South Carolina.

 

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Let me very clear,

“No picture is worth any value unless there is a story behind it.”

Clearly this appears to be a hog. And yes hogs can be brindle patterned.

Problem #1. Here there is absolutely nothing. No story, no location, no date, no time, no source.

Problem #2. First of all this is a trail cam photo which is obviously cropped because there is none of that neat data you get with trail cam photos. We are missing part of the frame to the left, the right and the bottom which usually is where you find such information.

Problem #3. If the “face” on the hind quarters of the hog, was actually a face, where is the IR Eyeshine??? It’s not there!

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We all know the propensity for Sasquatch reports to allege eyeshine, which I have seen myself in one encounter due to the distinct possibility of the creatures having a Tapetum Lucidum. So if that is a face? Where is the eyeshine?

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The diagram and eyeshine photos credited to https://blog.snapshotwisconsin.org/2017/10/31/the-science-behind-eyeshine/

The only proponents of this picture being a Sasquatch is that, there appears to be a face. Yet there are 3 facts (listed above) that contradict that mere observation.

I only fear the next counterclaim will be the Sasquatch was blinking or had its eyes closed!

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Sasquatch sees the I-R in trail cameras

Now this title is a little deceiving. Because I do not believe that for one second. First of all can anyone tell me what primate can see in the infrared spectrum? How about a mammal that can?  They cannot.

Also a trail camera does not emit a constant infrared beam or flash. The late William Dranginis believed the possibility that the Sasquatch’s hearing could hear the emission of an ultrasonic sound the sensors in the camera may emit. Which is plausible because hearing varies with species of mammals.

But a trail camera uses a passive infrared sensor to detect motion. Here’s the techno-babble courtesy of Wikipedia:

“A passive infrared sensor (PIR sensor) is an electronic sensor that measures infrared (IR) light radiating from objects in its field of view.

The term passive in this instance refers to the fact that PIR devices do not generate or radiate energy for detection purposes. They work entirely by detecting infrared radiation (radiant heat) emitted by or reflected from objects.”

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive_infrared_sensor

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Therefore how can a Sasquatch avoid the trail cameras by sensing infrared, when they do not emit an infrared light until such time as the camera is triggered?

They certainly wouldn’t smell them, since most reports of a Sasquatch state their noses are flat indicating they would have scent sensory nerves much like us. Unlike the other critters with snouts, such as bears, hogs, deer and dogs which can smell stuff from very far.

The truth is putting trails cams in the forest is still like needles and haystacks. If you have six trail cams, that’s only 6 needles. Still a bit of luck is needed to get anything viable.


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