- uploaded: Oct 11, 2012
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This half-hour documentary shows some of what occurs at a typical habituation site. Do not expect any great drama or direct evidence here, because the focus is on indirect evidence. Sasquatch use "object communication" or "remote social" interaction, as you will see. They play games such as moving rocks, trading gifts with human residents, fashioning tree and stick structures in the woods, etc. They will occasionally indulge in bold moves such as knocking on the side of the house in the middle of the night. Some viewers may wonder why I have not put up trail cameras. The answer is that this method is unlikely to find success (Sasquatch use their large brains to memorize their territory in fine detail, always vigilant for suspicious changes), and much more likely, instead, to ward off future visits. If you are interested in the phenomenon of Sasquatch visitations, or think you may have activity near your own home, you will learn about signs to look and listen for and pick up some tips on how to foster increased contact.