Posted by Sasquatch Chronicles
Saturday, December 07, 2019
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We first speak with Allen (referred to by the pseudonym "Sam" on EP:576), who gives his take on his encounter with The Green River Monster.
We'll then speak with Jeff who writes ?Myself and 3 friends all last minute decided lets take off on an impromptu last minute trip just an out back in the night to go do some Bigfoot Searching. We all love the outdoors and are into Cryptids. We all meet up at my place and set off from Federal Way, WA at around 7p.m. We had a clear and specific place in mind where we were headed. It is a place I have camped at for over a week before and not far from where one of us had an encounter a few years ago. Was a dark and weird night and I say that because there was only overcast and a storm rolling in causing it to be pitch black darkness. No moonlight, no starlight? nothing. We were in very close proximity to Mt. Rainier National Park off of Skate Creek Road and onto a Forest service Road#52 and then onto #84 in the High Rock Lookout area. We parked the van in a very specific spot I was very familiar with because I had camped this exact spot for over a week just a couple of years ago. By this point the sky is flashing from the lightning storm in the distance followed by no sound of thunder it was way off from us still at this point however the sky and cloud cover was acting as a projector of sorts in that these flashes were having a strobing effect i guess you could say. It was a quick flash to where you could see around only for a split second. Very creepy and mood setting but we didn?t care and were excited just to get away from work for the weekend and be out here just the guys even though it was an out and back type of thing. We get our gear on i.e. our firearms, jackets, and headlamps etc.
After we finish gearing up it is at this point we shut the van off and all light sources and really take in just how quiet and dark and I mean eerily quiet and the darkest dark you can think of dark, the type of darkness where you can?t see your hand in front of you. The only light now was lightning. We then turn the key to the Aux setting and dial that car stereo up to the maximum setting and proceeded to play some vocalizations. It was a short audio clip that we played at least 4 to 6 times and waited in silence and?.. Nothing. We then left the van and headed off on foot down the service road. My buddies were a little nervous which was understandable the atmosphere was a little unsettling... I am now in the front with a headlamp my buddies are behind me and not being the quietest of people and that?s when they stop and say they here something to the right as though something was following us and was walking when we walked. I told them that they are crazy and they aren?t hearing anything and we laugh it off and proceed down the road. Pretty uneventful really. We reach the end of this road which opens to a clearing and clearly a spot people have shot at in the past. By this point that storm is over the top of us and the rain is coming down and the timing of lightning too thunderclap is only a couple of seconds. We decide we better head back to the van. Minus the weather and the quote on quote thing pacing us nothing eventful at all really happened. We got back to van threw our gear in changed our upper layers because by this point we are soaked. We get in and start off to explore deeper into the forest and find another spot to park and search.
Weather wasn?t really agreeing with us on that and it was getting late. Next thing you know we zigged when we should have zagged and ended up on a very primitive road. Ended up turned around and lost for awhile until our driver found his way out and back onto the main Skate Creek Road. But let?s go back a little for a second, me and another friend are in the backseats and the driver and co pilot have windows down because we are all smokers so the heat is blasting. My friend sitting beside me asked them to shut the windows in the back because we are wet still and was chilly back there. So to be clear we are in a van with sliding doors on both sides and the only windows in the back that open only open maybe an inch outwards for venting. He tells us that they are closed and my buddy is now getting pissed because clearly there was a breeze and it clearly sounded like they were open. Finally we just dropped the window thing and proceeded onwards. Sorry I only bring up the windows and all that because what happens next. As I said before beside the weather and us getting lost etc. nothing eventful at all really happened, that is until we got back to my house. It was there that we discovered the cause of that breeze and reason for the whole window argument, one of the vans back windows had been broken. We only really discovered this as we were getting gear out of the van and noticed there was glass. GLASS? WTF happened???!!!"
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