Experiencer story by Judith Magill, from California

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Sasquatch Close Encounter Network for Interspecies Communication

By Judith Magill

It’s definitely Fall in the northern California Sierra Nevada. It’s cold at night and the stars are super bright in the high altitude air. I felt an impulse to get out of bed at 4 AM last night and go out to the deck to watch the sky. Sometimes my forest family visitors will gift me with a tree knock, a rock thrown into the pond, or some Owl hoots when I’m on my nighttime forays outdoors. Usually it’s a minor interaction but I always love each one and I can feel my frequency rise as I get happier when they’re nearby. It’s another gift they give to me. They zap me with good juju.

Last night I got it all. I stepped out and immediately heard thumps on the ground about 15 feet away in the dark next to the cattails around our pond. I got…

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