Caboolture Region

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Caboolture Region

Unread post by Stephenjcj » Mon Nov 21, 2022 9:41 pm

First time poster, so keen to get some constructive feedback on a sample of the pics I took earlier in the year in the Caboolture (QLD) region. Distant images (using my mobile phone, hence some blurriness) of what appears to be a family of yowies watching me from the far end of the swamp, the tallest I would estimate to be around 10ft tall. And then what appears to be a very small one in plain view in the tree top. At the time, other than seeing a number of unusual structures I didn’t feel uncomfortable or a sense of being watched. It wasn’t until I got home and had a good look at the photos that I identified what was around me. All within a radius of about 300m, I also came across two sets of barefoot prints in a small sandy patch, one about a men’s size 10, the other maybe a size 6. The prints appeared to briefly come out of the bush, onto a fire trail then back into the dense bush. I'm about 95kg and my prints barely made an indentation in the hard sand, the larger of these prints were at a guess 15-20mm deep.
Not willing to disclose the specific location. I’m from Victoria and will be back in QLD in December to explore the location further but this time round with far better equipment. Hoping to share further evidence of these elusive creatures.

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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by yoome » Mon Nov 21, 2022 11:06 pm

There are some interesting photos here. The black shapes stand out from the surrounding marshland and the second last photo reminds me of a large black cat up a tree

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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by Stephenjcj » Sat Nov 25, 2023 4:09 pm

Finally got around to revieweling some of the many photos and hours of footage I took last year. Aside from more footprints, tree breaks and structures I came across this footage of what appears to be a head shot of a 3-4ft juvenile observing me (top right hand side of this shortened clip).
This was only a few hundred meters from the spot where I took the photos for the initial post.

https://youtu.be/UazjQ5VFH6s?si=Wa1AkXHbbFw99fVg
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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by falke62 » Sun Nov 26, 2023 10:22 pm

Sorry, even though I enlarged these photos as much as possible on the screen, I couldn't see anything, absolutely nothing - not even within the red circle - that could even be the shadow of a Bigfoot-like creature.

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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by sensesonfire » Mon Nov 27, 2023 10:10 am

HI Stephenjcj,
In the second pic you posted I can clearly see an image of the head of a dog-like creature with two pointed ears, two eyes and the nostrils at the end of the snout it doesn't appear to be a Yowie. The footprints, however, do not correspond with a Dogman but the other two in the picture are of interest two sets of prints with four elongated toes. Could be a bird who knows?
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Mon Nov 27, 2023 10:56 am

HI Stephenjcj,
I have outlined what I saw in your second pic.
Swamp 2.jpg
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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by Dion » Tue Nov 28, 2023 7:34 am

Dont see much in the pictures, however that last pic of the footprint is interesting.

The footprint itself is rather wide and looks as though it doesnt have much of an arch. Still could be human though.

Thanks for sharing.
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Unread post by forestguy » Wed Jan 10, 2024 4:18 pm

Hey mate - necro on an older thread.

I agree there's some interesting bits here, keen to catch up.

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Re: Caboolture Region

Unread post by rowbe » Thu Jan 11, 2024 10:30 am

Hi

The area/terrain re near Caboolture looks similar to terrain around the Ewan Maddock (?) Dam area (near Caboolture). Previously walked around that area. Not so bad going in but coming out is a bit scary. Always thought I was being followed/watched. Couldn't see anything in the pics/video that I took. The hairs were standing on the back of my neck that afternoon.
Others have had similar experiences e.g., walking out of the area.
Haven't been back in ages.
If you go back to the area, try and find the exact position you took your photos re image. Take more shots from the same position. Look in the area where the image could be seen. Just make sure it is not some form of pareidolia (e.g., burnt tree stump in bushes, etc).

Have you been there at night?

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