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Unread post by adventurer » Sun Apr 10, 2022 1:07 pm

Woo hoo, after a long drought of yowies we have lift of.I cant say who and where we went as it is not my place to do so, but did want to share the incredible new experiences i observed and physically felt. Ron picked me up to meet his 3 friends north brisbane to a location they have been at for several weeks.2 ladies i had never met. 1 man and 2 ladies.
I soon realised the yowies here were a lot like the ones at daguilar, just wanting to play and have a good time, but did notice they had there differences. It was a very calm atmosphere, there was no dread, no smells and no noises of there footsteps,tree knocks, wood clacks or anything for that matter, so very difficult to know where they were as i couldnt hear them at all.
The other things i observed out there were the typical tree damge and stick signs, but there were literally hundreds of signs out there, bent trees, sticks in ground, the normal stuff.On the track were x marks and tons of them leading down the track and then further on was a massive huge standing up x mark.the people never walked past that large marker out of respect.

The people did a great job communicating with them, thought outside of the box and stayed calm and happy.They also bought out lots of items of different colours and sizes, a lot of the items were round. I was told the yowies never touch anything red. These items were placed on tree stumps.
As we all walked in many items were thrown at each of us. So the yowies had picked these items up and followed us throwing these at us, along with small rocks, twigs, and tree branches.Not 1 red item was ever thrown and remained on the tree stumps.
The daguilar yowies would never actually hit us with any rocks, they would throw them hard and fast in between us or very close to us, other then tiny pebbles that were thrown below our knees.
These new ones only made sure we were stuck by every item.These items were thrown lightly, not at speed( other then 2) it was like very close underarm throws.1 of the ladies were hit the most, she was talking to the yowies a lot and got struck in several places, mostly upper body and at her head.Everyone got hit by something. It was clear they aimed directly at our bodies. It was very calm and playful.

Then the touching started on 2 of us. The lady that got the most stuff thrown at her body sarted getting touched on her shoulder and upper body.Then she felt a stick move across the back of her neck and under her pony tail. She would be in shock for a second but then Thank them for doing that. I had like knuckles lightly run down the centre of my back, i stopped and stood there and nothing procceded to happen. It was calming, non threatening, no fear feeling.We also saw 3 different times white flashes of lights run across tree trunks.
Fast forward we headed back and sat on a large dirt area about 20m from the treeline, the bush was not thick and we could see through it all. Ron saw eyeshine and as we sat the man there started asking the yowies what items to throw at us lol.He would say " Throw the small green ball and wow, yep a small green ball would hit one of us, he kept asking specifics and we got what was asked thrown back.I was in awe how well the yowies understood clear direction and did what was asked.There were times random small rocks were still thrown at us all sitting there. I was struck quiet hard and fast in the head at my temple by a small rock, not a pebble. But what happened next shocked me. A blade of grass was thrown at us, then another and another and continued for a while, even 1 landed in a ladys knapsack. Remember we were sitting 20m from the bush, how can a blade of grass be thrown? They were right there with us i bet.
Then the same lady got touched again on multiple occasions sitting there, even her sunnys came of her head, then a blade of grass landed in her knapsack.Earlier on the yowies took a apple so i wondered if they were looking to see if we ate grass????
Fast forward, heading back to cars Ron had a fast very long thick tree stick thrown at him, and stones continued getting thrown at us( not missing us). Got to the cars standing next to them and again the same lady stated she needs to wash her hair( she was sweating from the walk) then the yowies threw a handful of dirt in her hair, the male person was sitting behind her on his tailgate and copped some of it to.The lady then got touched again on her arm.
It started to rain and we all left.
I dont think these people are on this forum but if you ever read this i want to thank you all for your calmness and courage and laughter out there and all the hard work you have put in and the out of the box efforts you have trialled.You were all very kind and yowie knowledgable.Keep your location secret and best of luck in the future. I had a fabulous time.
To all the yowie hunters out there please be careful, its wet and slippery, i had face planted the ground tripping over a tree root , quick notice to go so torch batteries died, and heard 1 of the ladies the day before slip crossing the creek and coming down on her knee on rocks.It was bruised and sore. I too got a lovely leech on my neck.
Anyway GREAT to know they are back out. Shorter days colder nights are coming, time to do serious investigating again-yay.Dee

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Unread post by aaq » Sun Apr 10, 2022 10:04 pm

That's awesome Dee thanks for posting. Were you there at night? Did you directly see any of them?

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Unread post by adventurer » Mon Apr 11, 2022 7:59 am

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That's awesome Dee thanks for posting. Were you there at night? Did you directly see any of them?
Ron and i probably didnt get there until 5pm. It hit dark while we were there, im guessing we all left about 7.30pm.I wanted to stay but didnt want to take over there area on them.Ron saw eyeshine before he sat down and called me over, i saw 1 white maybe eyeshine but im not clear on it, i was turning on my ir recorder binoculars and by the time i set it on ir and focused the lens whatever it was was gone.I will look back on the videos today i took but i didnt see anything looking like a yowie.No one did.
I tried on several occasions to video the people sitting on the dirt so i could capture the items being thrown but the stupid binoculars couldnt take the group in the shot, i would have had to stand way way back in the distance to get everyone all in the frame and wasnt keen to be back 50m on my own. I did say to them it would be good if they set up a bushcam on them all next time when they sat on the open dirt area again, and if i get asked out again ill bring it.
These people are extremely honest, if i had met them and they were loonatics i would have assumed they had a mate in the bush hiding. But there was no way, the bush was open, not dence, i to got touched and how did grass get thrown.So weird.They did say the yowies were " Ghosting them again". Dee

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Unread post by aaq » Mon Apr 11, 2022 9:23 pm

Being at night it's unsurprising you didn't really see much, but what an incredible experience. Even though as a group your intentions were kind/good, it would still take incredible nerve to not totally freak out - especially with the touching!

Did you have any verbal communication, or any communication you or your companions were conscious of?

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Unread post by adventurer » Tue Apr 12, 2022 10:06 am

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Being at night it's unsurprising you didn't really see much, but what an incredible experience. Even though as a group your intentions were kind/good, it would still take incredible nerve to not totally freak out - especially with the touching!

Did you have any verbal communication, or any communication you or your companions were conscious of?
Hi, thanks, yes the touching is unnerving but i guess like rock throwing you get used to it. It does take a while though. I previously used to rush forward and now i can stand my ground. Here i cant descibe how peaceful feeling it is, its very very calming. No fear at all being here.

The only out aloud verbal communication was from us. Asking for certain items to be thrown, like asking them to throw a rock in the water and they did.Or the lady verbally thanking them out loud whenever they did something.When i got hit on the head it wasnt a small pebble and came at speed and i did say out loud " That isnt on, we dont harm you and dont want to be harmed". Its fine when pebbles, grass, twigs get thrown they need to be aware of the boundaries.Although it didnt seem to stop them as the large stick got thrown violently at Ron afterward.In saying that i believe they didnt want us to leave--just a feeling.You have to be intune with them, other people would assume they would be getting chased out.It was all education, them working out what we did/didnt like.Like they hated sweet potatoe and even placed it back in there vehicle.There was no telapathy going on by either side here.Got no feeling of a path direction they were putting us on or feeling to back of or leave, nothing. I had no idea where they were at any time here.

At daguilar you can here the hairees coming.They would walk or run along side you cause u can hear there heavy footsteps, they would tree knock or push a tree over so you knew where they were. But here its the opposite, not a sound from them could be heard nore a footprint to be seen in the muddy areas.And we have never ever had any action anywhere when rain was coming,raining or ready to rain until this night, this mob came out in this weather so that was interesting to me. I do have to say the group said they thought they were dealing with the little ones but i disagree, every tree structure was at least 10 foot of the ground.Dee

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Unread post by Austral » Tue Apr 12, 2022 12:29 pm

Thanks for telling us about all this Dee .

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Unread post by adventurer » Tue Apr 12, 2022 1:36 pm

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Thanks for telling us about all this Dee .
You are so welcome. Cant tell you how excited i am again, had a c**p year with a new horse i got had bone chips in 2 knees and my best friend( my black dog) doing her second acl, so vets have been loving me lately and i did the convoy to canberra run at short notice so $$$. So to get out and have action was just what i needed. Im going next weekend to robbs road near me ( elimbah) and back to daguilar again( my favourite spot) . I will be sure to let you know how i go.Keep squatchin!

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Unread post by rowbe » Thu Apr 14, 2022 11:16 am

Hi Dee, happy their back. I know it has been a while for you. Also, thanks for sharing.

Interesting facts have come from your interaction. They obviously are not colour blind and even more interesting is that they seem to be able to fully understand what you are telling them. I'm not sure if anyone else has had similar interactions.
From your discussion seems like they were more reactive towards Ron, even though they probably did not want to harm him. He was probably leading (assuming) most of the time, seen as the alpha, therefore keep him in place.

Really interesting, thanks Dee.

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Unread post by adventurer » Thu Apr 14, 2022 3:23 pm

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Thu Apr 14, 2022 11:16 am
Hi Dee, happy their back. I know it has been a while for you. Also, thanks for sharing.

Interesting facts have come from your interaction. They obviously are not colour blind and even more interesting is that they seem to be able to fully understand what you are telling them. I'm not sure if anyone else has had similar interactions.
From your discussion seems like they were more reactive towards Ron, even though they probably did not want to harm him. He was probably leading (assuming) most of the time, seen as the alpha, therefore keep him in place.

Really interesting, thanks Dee.
Hi matey, its been ages. As soon as i saw all there balls it made me think of our discussions trialling flashing balls so we could see them being thrown. (My black dog ended up trashing my flashing ball in the dark at home)The other male was leading but most of the time we were all walking in a bunch together ( wide walking areas).Ill pm you. Thanks
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Unread post by adventurer » Thu Apr 14, 2022 3:30 pm

OMG, please no one click on my attachment, it was not the right video, i cannot delete it.

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Unread post by adventurer » Sat May 07, 2022 9:36 pm

WOW another exciting night tonight, i will keep this short and add some pics. Different new location. Raining, entered just prior to dark.Heard no vocals, no footsteps, no tree knocking. Went out with Ron and 2 others, 1 female, 1 male.

Saw some tree/ stick structures.2 rocks thrown on ground then throughout the night grass, leaves, a stick, small and large branches thrown on us ( not at speed). Items landed on heads and shoulders and postive they were placed not thrown. Ron finally got touched on his back. I got something big hit the back of my head and it crumbled apart and dirt type stuff went down on my hoodie back of neck, it felt like hard dirt (like a ant mound) the size under a dinner plate. Nothing dropped on the ground, it was like it was wacked on me and held, then broke apart and crumbled. Others torched in my hoodie and couldnt see any dirt. The male saw this happen and said it was large and brown, hes checking his footage tonight. The other 2 heard the noise, i was walking first.

On way out small branches were thrown on us then large ones then 2 meters behind us a large crack and tree fell across path behind us. Whatever it was followed behind us the whole way out and flung all the branches as it went past them.1 by 1 the branches were flung forward and back. Got a bit " what the hell" so walked faster to get out, We were not in fear.
Either im getting used to this weirdness or somethings calming us out there.
Im telling you these things were right with us.
Heading back out to same destination next weekend.
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Very strange night indeed.

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I dont know what we are dealing with whether it be, spiritual, demonic, interdimensional, attachment, or very talented yowie.

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I dont know what we are dealing with whether it be, spiritual, demonic, interdimensional, attachment, or very talented yowie.
Hi, Rontracker
All of the above I believe. I regard adventurer as the foremost authority on Yowies on this forum.
'' During the time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act".....George Orwell.

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Unread post by adventurer » Sun May 08, 2022 11:57 am

sensesonfire wrote:
Sun May 08, 2022 11:38 am
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I dont know what we are dealing with whether it be, spiritual, demonic, interdimensional, attachment, or very talented yowie.
Hi, Rontracker
All of the above I believe. I regard adventurer as the foremost authority on Yowies on this forum.
Hi matey, got the call to go back out tonight with them, ron cant make it--bit panicky without Ron. Charging my police cam and go pro now.My recordable binoculars got wet last night and isnt working. The male did get footage of my head last night-waiting for it to be sent to me. Nervous but excited.Dont know whether to wear a helmet lol. Wish me luck!

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Unread post by adventurer » Sun May 08, 2022 9:57 pm

Had a goodnight tonight, no where near as much different stuff thrown though. Just plenty of thick sticks and rocks thrown at us the whole time. Glenn put 2 videos on youtube from the night before.1 was of something that was thrown at the back of my head very difficult to see what it was, looks like a flash of light coming toward me on the video. The second video was of the tree that came down behind us walking.Still alive and at least no rain.
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https://youtu.be/61eqdh6llhU

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Unread post by aaq » Mon May 09, 2022 9:36 am

Wow that's amazing Dee! That tree was intense.

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Unread post by adventurer » Tue May 10, 2022 5:47 pm

aaq wrote:
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Wow that's amazing Dee! That tree was intense.
Hi, i am amazed the tree wasnt dropped on us considering they enjoyed throwing items directly at us. This rain is really holding be up returning! I will go back there with the couple i met and when it dries out return to my spot at dag. Dag has been dead for many months but now others have action i am extremely keen to go back to my own stuff ( and at least i dont get hit in the head there).Im having issues with my go pro-it needs a better light on it and my police cam batteries seem to die withing 1/2 hour.I have my binoculars in a cupboard attempting to dry it out, the lense looks like foggy milk and i cant see through it.I may have no option but do a arvo walk at dag so i get footage.
Its hard to believe how the 2 places can be so different-trying to get my head around it all. I feel fear at dag and dont get physically hurt.But here theres no fear and i get hit. Work that one out? Any suggestions would be great. Dee

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Unread post by Speck » Thu May 12, 2022 2:07 pm

Adventurer: I so glad you posted video links! I appreciate forum members showing their adventures!

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