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Re: Went bushwalking--never again--whats out there?

Unread post by Rusty2 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:15 am

TrevorPeters wrote:What comes after Holy?
I removed it . (lol)

Not a problem Dee , shame we couldn't get any walking/running impacts to measure . At least the above audio is very clear .......

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Re: Went bushwalking--never again--whats out there?

Unread post by Jazz The Boxer » Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:23 pm

Whoa! (eek)

I'd be spooked at that

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Re: Went bushwalking--never again--whats out there?

Unread post by ronstar1 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:56 pm

you had to be there it is quite un nerving at times

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Unread post by TrevorPeters » Tue Dec 13, 2016 9:11 pm

Least i have a yowie rock dint in my car--your next.....
I'd rather just see one. They can keep the rocks to themselves if they like. (thumb)

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Unread post by adventurer » Tue Dec 13, 2016 10:13 pm

TrevorPeters wrote:
Least i have a yowie rock dint in my car--your next.....
I'd rather just see one. They can keep the rocks to themselves if they like. (thumb)

If you have the nerve there is a way. (when they are there) As 2 people enter, there is always 1 large one that walks past us on the left down that hill on the creek bank and walks around to get up behind us, it is extremely noisy, throwing palm throngs around, heavily stomping.There is always 1 on our right as well but dont worry about that one, it just thumps and rolls the rocks down that hill, its the 1 that stops us entering at a bend prior to the main creek bank.

So as the 2 people walk in, you need to go down that hill near the car and walk up that creek bank(toward it). It only comes up when it hears the car, so as soon as u get out of the car you need to climb down, walk up the creek 20 metres and hide--you will see it as it will continue its path listening to the 2 people walking in.
We never go in any other direction so it may be fooled.
Unless it can smell you.It is the really angry one.
Somethin u can think about lol.Better bring spare underwear!


But you need the nerve in the dark(or day if their there

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Unread post by TrevorPeters » Wed Dec 14, 2016 8:45 pm

I'm up for it, but I'm pretty sure it would know I was there anyway.

The trick is to find a time when they are around.

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adventurer wrote:
TrevorPeters wrote:
Least i have a yowie rock dint in my car--your next.....
I'd rather just see one. They can keep the rocks to themselves if they like. (thumb)

If you have the nerve there is a way. (when they are there) As 2 people enter, there is always 1 large one that walks past us on the left down that hill on the creek bank and walks around to get up behind us, it is extremely noisy, throwing palm throngs around, heavily stomping.There is always 1 on our right as well but dont worry about that one, it just thumps and rolls the rocks down that hill, its the 1 that stops us entering at a bend prior to the main creek bank.

So as the 2 people walk in, you need to go down that hill near the car and walk up that creek bank(toward it). It only comes up when it hears the car, so as soon as u get out of the car you need to climb down, walk up the creek 20 metres and hide--you will see it as it will continue its path listening to the 2 people walking in.
We never go in any other direction so it may be fooled.
Unless it can smell you.It is the really angry one.
Somethin u can think about lol.Better bring spare underwear!


But you need the nerve in the dark(or day if their there
Haha.
No point in sneaking around, they know you are there and where you are always.
When they are fooled, which is sometimes!
Has a bush turkey appeared! As they often shapeshift into them. (respekt)

Taking a good bush dog with you, is always a great help, they have great sense of dimensions.

They will not hurt you!
Just talk to them in a positive happy manner.

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Re: Went bushwalking--never again--whats out there?

Unread post by ChrisV » Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:20 pm

Bush turkeys are getting some good mileage lately....

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Unread post by adventurer » Thu May 18, 2017 4:39 pm

Hi all, well here we go again. Been waiting for May for so long. Looking back on all my notes on the year it is apparent:
Pot luck
Depending on who is with me and ron whether the hairies come out
Always dead if its raining or about to rain
Summer it dies right down
The more that are there the more they communicate
Rock throwing at new people
They come up close when theres 2 or 3 of us
They are not around/close when there are cricket or animal noises
They are not there to harm us!

HEARD
Tree knocks
grunting
Bush shaking
Trees knocked down
walking/running past
cow/owl
Rock rolling
Birds screaming
Thumping
Crying noise
Large rock thrown on a car roof
Rock clacking



SEEN
dead bird feathers
Trees come down
Up to 35 rock stacks
Rock rolling/throwing
Footprints
Tree snaps
Food, honey jar moved
Rock thrown in car
Dented car roof
White paranormal figure up close
OH-beautiful fire flies lol



Smelt
Stench of wet putrid dog/sulphur


FELT
Scared
ice cold (when they are extremely close)
sick (from smell stench)
threatened/get out feeling
Safe
Them walking behind us
Felt being touched twice

IR videos / pics or audio on most of the above.

Probably forgot a few things--maybe ron could help out?

After seeing what we saw, i am going with wellys theory.
Going to talk to them, respect them more, and understand there ways.
Ready for a whole new year.

I haven't mentioned names of new people that have been coming out recently, you are welcome to join in on what you have felt and seen out there with me and ron.
Thankyou again trevor, rusty, vic yowie research,yowie bait, wellymon, sensesonfire for your knowledge and to others.Dee

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Unread post by ronstar1 » Thu May 18, 2017 6:27 pm

And the rock dropped from a height next to Josh and the branch about 10 seconds later falling which we managed to pick up on the go pro. It certainly is one action packed area at times. Well done Dee I think you have covered all of our experiences out there.

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Unread post by gregvalentine » Thu May 18, 2017 7:21 pm

adventurer wrote: Rock thrown in car
Not sure what you mean by this.

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu May 18, 2017 7:28 pm

Thanks Dee and Ron for sharing your experiences and Dee, good on you for persisting after all the nutty and scary happenings. I hope you have some more sightings this year. Maybe try a few no tech trips? You may find yourself turning around and looking straight at one if you have no cameras or phones on!?
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Unread post by adventurer » Fri May 19, 2017 3:49 am

gregvalentine wrote:
adventurer wrote: Rock thrown in car
Not sure what you mean by this.

There were 3 of us out there. The hairies were around the carpark so the 3 of us were standing outside the car, they were throwing stones and a piece of wood at our feet, they wouldnt stop-i of course got scared and dived in the drivers seat. Ron and rick moved to the back of my 4wd. I small tiny rock got thrown at me in the car and bouced of the arm rest and down next to my right leg. I think they wanted us to leave.
I had the go pro on and rusty was able to cut the video and you can see it clearly on it, the rock seemed to come up high through my open window from in front of the car somewhere.

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Unread post by sensesonfire » Fri May 19, 2017 12:29 pm

adventurer wrote:
gregvalentine wrote:
adventurer wrote: Rock thrown in car
Not sure what you mean by this.

There were 3 of us out there. The hairies were around the carpark so the 3 of us were standing outside the car, they were throwing stones and a piece of wood at our feet, they wouldnt stop-i of course got scared and dived in the drivers seat. Ron and rick moved to the back of my 4wd. I small tiny rock got thrown at me in the car and bouced of the arm rest and down next to my right leg. I think they wanted us to leave.
I had the go pro on and rusty was able to cut the video and you can see it clearly on it, the rock seemed to come up high through my open window from in front of the car somewhere.
Hi adventurer,
It's extraordinary how accurate the hairy guys can be with their stone throwing they could take your head off with one stone if they so desired but it's obviously just a warning to get out. They are able to throw stones and sticks that land just a metre or so from you no matter from what distance. Even pebbles thrown from some distance ( although what size these pebbles are I'm not sure) that actually hit you and doesn't cause injury requires finesse beyond human capabilities. Although, as you say you have felt being touched twice so maybe the Yowies are not as far away as we think when they let loose with projectiles. Either way, it really is perplexing.
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Unread post by Coast » Fri May 19, 2017 4:55 pm

G'day Adventurer,

Thank you for the in depth post! I like the dot point summary and the break down in senses. Can I ask how many times you guys have been out and how many times you have an interaction (say 50:50, or 1/10 etc)? Could you please also elaborate on the comment depending on who's with you as to whether you have any interactions? Do you think you get less or more reactions with different people?

Thanks

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Unread post by adventurer » Sat May 20, 2017 6:34 am

Hi sensesonfire
You are correct. The extreme accuracy is incredible. The only times we have actually been hit by a rock it has been on purpose, its always tiny pebble stones thrown below the knees everytime. On page 2 theres a pic of the size of most rocks thrown around us--between us walking. Then theres the larger rock/boulders we call them that get rolled down the hills smashing through trees and land on the edge of the pathways we walk.
They play games with the smaller ones saying"WHERE HERE" i think the larger rocks are them saying"LEAVE"---not sure.

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Unread post by adventurer » Sat May 20, 2017 6:50 am

Coast wrote:G'day Adventurer,

Thank you for the in depth post! I like the dot point summary and the break down in senses. Can I ask how many times you guys have been out and how many times you have an interaction (say 50:50, or 1/10 etc)? Could you please also elaborate on the comment depending on who's with you as to whether you have any interactions? Do you think you get less or more reactions with different people?

Thanks
Hi, thanks. probably been out in the same area about 30 times now mostly around 8pm, same nights in 1 year. 6 times out of 10 they are about.
comment depending on who's with you as to whether you have any interactions?

I firmly believe and this is my own opinion
-They seem to know who is more of a hunter-they stay clear
-the skeptic we bought out they sure let him know they were there--large rock got thrown past his face.
-if someone new goes running directly in the srub to see them, they back of in the far distance.
-the ones who are there for the experience alone have great interaction, hit a stick on a tree 3 x , they reply 3x.
Calm but scared people get great interaction as well.

When just ron and i go out together its like they know us, we have been going out from the start and have offered food, we get the most things happening all at once--gets scary.They meet us at the carpark and call us in, knock trees over and all sorts.

Less people is always best.

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Sat May 20, 2017 9:07 am

Great observations there Dee. You are probably spot on. They know our intentions.

A few times last year i thought they lobbed a couple of pebbles but i only saw them land and always when im leaving. Just a few weeks ago i actually saw a small rock fly past me and land to my left but right in front of me. It came from the direction I had just been for the last hour just sitting and scanning the forest.

They must be very accurate to hit a pinpoint target through the trees without hitting one.

I seem to get blocked off where ive been and fine to roam within those boundaries. The few times i thought id be a smartass and go around the blockades, something always happens to make me think twice about it. (oops)
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Yowie bait wrote:Great observations there Dee. You are probably spot on. They know our intentions.

A few times last year i thought they lobbed a couple of pebbles but i NEVER saw them land and always when im leaving. Just a few weeks ago i actually saw a small rock fly past me and land to my left but right in front of me. It came from the direction I had just been for the last hour just sitting and scanning the forest.

They must be very accurate to hit a pinpoint target through the trees without hitting one.

I seem to get blocked off where ive been and fine to roam within those boundaries. The few times i thought id be a smartass and go around the blockades, something always happens to make me think twice about it. (oops)
Sorry had to fix that. NEVER saw them land...
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Unread post by Lozza62 » Sat May 20, 2017 10:41 am

Hi adventurer.....great post entertaining as always.

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Unread post by huxley » Thu Jun 01, 2017 5:39 pm

Thanks for taking me out the other week Dee and Ron, I've never had a rock thrown at me like that, I was quite startled!

I found the whole experience pretty frightening. I've likened it to the feeling of swimming in open ocean when you know that there are sharks around!

Looking forward to next time :)

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Unread post by adventurer » Fri Jun 02, 2017 9:40 am

Hi hux, you are welcome, all we want is for others to see what we saw. I know you were nervous. After having them near the car i didnt blame you for hesitating walking in the bush. I did have to laugh that night you started up smoking again. You did well-better then my first time. You are so used to going out in the day alone , its always different in the dark.
I will politely ask them not to tease you next time--lol yeah right. Sorry out of my control.
Thanks for coming.You have some great stories. C u next time.

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Unread post by carrie palmer » Tue Jun 20, 2017 6:50 pm

I totally agree with you. It is not at all funny. Going by what you said, I don’t think it is hilarious. Bush walking in itself is scary and such creepy wilderness incidents scare me a lot. On the other hand, my better half is very daring and bold. He likes such adventures. I often restrain him from such adventures.
Yowie in itself is mysterious, encountering one among them is not a simple thing.
Recently, I was reading true stories of disturbing bushwalking stories and hiking. It took me a few days to regain my composure. To add to my woes, a well-grown raccoon lurking in my garden during the wee hours of the day had the s#@t scared out of me. Raccoon removal experts say that they are very intelligent and are not scared of much. They are strong and defend themselves.
They are cuddly, wonderful to watch, but make a mess out of garbage and veggies in my garden.

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Unread post by adventurer » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:53 pm

Just wanted to let you know i have posted a video on youtube for those who want to have a look who may be interested.
Type in on youtube Yowies in the dark. Thanks Dee

https://youtu.be/x9CzqnFiufY

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Unread post by TrevorPeters » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:37 pm

Thanks Dee.

It was good seeing all those stories come to life.
I see you got a little of the rock-thrown-into-car event in there too. (thumb)

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Unread post by Tuckeroo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:24 pm

TrevorPeters wrote:Thanks Dee.

It was good seeing all those stories come to life.
I see you got a little of the rock-thrown-into-car event in there too. (thumb)

Yes I agree TP.........a well put together video showing what went on those nights......well done Dee.

It was interesting one of the fellas there said a rock seemed to come straight down vertical through
the trees. I've heard this before when people report rocks being thrown.

T.

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Tuckeroo wrote:
TrevorPeters wrote:Thanks Dee.

It was good seeing all those stories come to life.
I see you got a little of the rock-thrown-into-car event in there too. (thumb)

Yes I agree TP.........a well put together video showing what went on those nights......well done Dee.

It was interesting one of the fellas there said a rock seemed to come straight down vertical through
the trees. I've heard this before when people report rocks being thrown.

T.
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Unread post by ronstar1 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:14 pm

We do have video of a rock falling from above as well as a branch

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Unread post by ronstar1 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:47 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=565--3nUY7Y here is a clip from an outing we had. Things got pretty tense.
There was also 29 tree knocks in succession Which you may be able to pick up with good audio.

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:35 pm

Looks like they had you surrounded Ron!
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